Finding a Nice Male Grooming Place in London

For a long time, grooming was reserved only for women, and the men just didn’t care all that much about it. If fact, shaving a beard or cutting the hair was the most a man would do when it comes to grooming, but all that is changing, and has been changing for some years not. Male grooming saloons such as Drakes of London and others are popping up everywhere, and the fact that the women are the only ones enjoying it is now considered completely false. Men are doing it as well, but in order to have it done right, they need to find a nice male grooming place in which they are going to get the best possible service, and come out looking better than before they went in. Finding such a place could be a bit difficult, and that is why we have decided to explain to you how to find such a place in London in 15 minutes without actually doing any real work. So, sit back and read, because you’re going to get the best tips regarding how to find a great male grooming place in London.

Now, because you are a male wishing to find a male grooming saloon, it is safe to assume that you at least have one friend that is doing this as well. Well, that friend is a great place for you to start this journey, because you can just call him up, and if you like the way he is being groomed, ask him about the saloon he’s been visiting, where it’s located, how well do the people there do their job, is the place expensive, etc. Basically, s him everything you wish to know about the male grooming saloon he’s been visiting, and if he tells you that the saloon is great and answers all of the questions to your liking, that that’s a great place for you to start visiting.

However, if your friend’s answers aren’t really satisfactory to you, or if your friend says that he doesn’t really like the saloon and wants to change it himself, you’ll need to keep looking. Of course, you’ll also need to try something else if you don’t have a friend that’s been visiting male grooming saloons. In such a case, you might consider trying out the following.

The internet – it is a place where you can find whatever it is you are looking for; be it a car, a great Italian restaurant, or an amazing male grooming saloon. The best way to start this is to start googling for male grooming saloons in London, and you should get a list of all of them. Of course, you don’t even need to take any note about the badly rated ones; only consider the ones with the best rates. Then, when you see which of the saloons are considered to be the best, start looking into them. Try to find a web forum in which people discuss them, or start a new thread on that forum asking about them. The responses you get should tell you how the people perceive those places and the word of mouth should lead you to a nice male grooming place in London.

10 Fashion Inspiration From Queen Elizabeth

Her highness just celebrated her 90th birthday recently. Aside from the fact that she is already Britain’s longest-lived monarch and the world’s oldest-serving sovereign, did you notice something else? Yes!!! She still looks great! No wonder her influence has even reached the fashion industry. Who says she isn’t current now?




Her riding garb inspired Demma Gvsalia for his first season for Balenciaga.




  1. BURBERRYthe_queen_burberry

Judging from her legacy, it’s only fitting that Burberry’s Strong Women issue to be inspired from her.


  1. CHANELchanel_the_queen_

It’s so obvious where Chanel got the idea for its Spring-Summer 2016 hats collection.




  1. DOLCE & GABBANAdolce-and-gabbana-the-queen

Britain’s feathers, ribbon, jewels, organza and gold rope sure did look good on Dolce & Gabbana’s recent collection.

  1. KENZOthe-queen-kenzo

Animal prints? Her Majesty has been wearing them way back 1962 before you were even born.




  1. MIU MIUthe-queen-miu-miu

You always see her wearing pearls around her neck. Now even Miu Miu runway models are donning those.

  1. PRADAthe-queen-prada

If that hat looked good for the queen back when she was younger, Prada saw it and took note on that.




  1. PREENthe-queen-alexander-mcqueen

Who says only monochromatic colors should be worn for state visits? Pink is the new black!


That luxurious duvet coat she wore when she was still a little girl, made its way into Alexander McQueen’s collection.


How the Queen wears her silk scarf is the only way.

Collaboration article with DB3 Online the online women’s designer clothing store.