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JULY 2021’S BEST MEN’S GROOMING DROPS

THE BEST RELEASES IN MALE SKINCARE, HAIRCARE AND FRAGRANCE THIS MONTH

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July 2021’s Best Men’s Grooming Drops


So it didn’t come home, but Summer certainly has. I hope you all enjoy the long awaited sun, but make sure you drink plenty and wear some SPF, your skin will thank you later. So here are my picks of the best in grooming this month.


Manscaped 

Groin grooming has come a long way in a short space of time, from novelty to a must have in every gentleman’s grooming arsenal. Manscaped are driving force in the segment and now offering their Lawn Mower 4.0, a fun name but a serious product, jam packed with technology that's been improved over the 4 iterations. It’s time for a trim gents! 

Available July from Manscaped - £90


Manscaped
Manscaped


Lumity 

Lumity offer supplements that aid in a healthy life and healthy ageing. The Morning & Night Male Supplement is packed full of ingredients that aid in boosting energy and revitalising your skin and hair, plus the glass bottles and orange soft gels look pretty cool. Four capsules, morning and night, made a noticeable difference to my skin and hair. It’s time to get scientific gents. 

Available from Lumity - £65


Lumity
Lumity


Chanel Édimbourg

Édimbourg is the latest addition to the Les Eaux De Chanel line, and has instantly become my favourite. Inspired by time spent in Scotland by Gabrielle Chanel, evoking images of the highlands and moors. Édimbourg is a stunning combination of juniper berry, cypress and vetiver. Trust me gents, this is one to get your nose on! 

Available from Chanel - £112 for 125ml


Chanel
Chanel


The Fellowship 

With an aim to create high performance grooming solutions, The Fellowship was created by male model Andrew Cooper and brand expert Duncan Morris. The range consists of five products, including the fantastic Strengthening Shampoo, featuring amino acids that encourages hair growth, something I’d certainly be grateful for. The line also includes an Advanced Moisturiser, Energising Body Wash, Toning Body Moisturiser and Nourishing Conditioner. 

Available from The Fellowship - £16 for 300ml


The Fellowship
The Fellowship


Acqua di Parma Oud & Spice

Acqua di Parma have introduced Oud & Spice as the latest addition to their Signatures of the Sun Collection. With the striking presentation and bottle design that we know and love from Aqua di Parma, and a fascinating scent that features notes of oud, cinnamon, bergamot, raspberry and rose, it smells as great as it looks. 

Available from Harrods - £199 for 100ml


Acqua di Parma
Acqua di Parma


Polaar 

Polaar have introduced their new men’s range of products. Polaar create natural products that are inspired by polar expeditions and ingredients are sourced from the Arctic and Antarctic. The range features Extreme Cream, Trappers Deo, Scandinavian Soap, Ice Anti-Aging and Icy Looks. As we bake in the summer sun, I think we’d all love a bit of Arctic freshness. It sounds like heaven. 

Available from Look Fantastic - £10-45


Polaar
Polaar


Richard James Aqua Aromatica 

Bespoke Savile Row tailor Richard James has launched his new line called Aqua Aromatica, consisting of four unique fragrances. Ecorce D’Epice, So Citrus, Black Vanilla and my favourite Blade of Grass. Blade of Grass is a mature summer scent, with notes of green tea, fig, bergamot and vetiver. Need a scent to go with that linen suit? Look no further. 

Available from Richard James - £85 for 100ml


Richard James
Richard James


Dunhill Driven 

The latest fragrance in the Dunhill line has arrived. Driven is a combination of Red Apple, Cardamom and Cedarwood. It’s ultra versatile, working well on my skin all day, but shining in the late afternoon as the sun goes down. Dunhill have often impressed with their bottle design, and Driven looks great with it’s frosted black glass and angular lid. Let’s go for a drive. 

Available from The Fragrance Shop - £63.50 for 100ml


Dunhill
Dunhill

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