Beauty Tips for Teenage Guys

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Beauty Tips for Teenage Guys
Teenage boys should develop a good grooming routine. (IT Stock Free/Polka Dot/Getty Images)

A structured beauty regime is often thought of as being only for teenage girls, but it's every bit as important for a young guy to follow a similar routine. Proper grooming can build much needed confidence and self-esteem in a teenage boy. The fact is, beauty products aren't just for the young ladies anymore. Entire product lines have been developed and are targeted solely at teen boys for those who wish to begin good grooming habits at an early age.

Hair Care

Scheduled haircuts should be an integral part of your routine. Whether your hairstyle is short and athletic or long and stylish, hair care is important. Use a shampoo and conditioner specifically designed for your hair type, be it dry, oily, curly or fine. Another worry of many teenage boys is dandruff, which is a relatively common problem during the teen years. To assist with this issue, purchase an over-the-counter shampoo specifically formulated for treating dandruff. When facial hair begins to make its appearance, shaving may become a necessity. Before you begin, choose an electric or disposable razor and a mild shaving cream and try them out to see which one works best for you. Always ask an adult for guidance before beginning your lifelong shaving journey.

Facial Skin Care

Along with crazy hormones -- or likely because of them -- teenage boys often develop a problem with either mild or severe acne. Wash your face twice daily with warm water and a specifically designed cleanser for your skin type. Use both a toner and a moisturiser, as well, to help complete the full cycle of facial cleansing and care. To help prevent breakouts, avoid getting hair gels or styling products on your face, as they can cause an increase in pimple production. If you're an athlete, be sure to shower and wash your face immediately after any sort of event to help reduce oily build-up. If the acne gets too severe, see a dermatologist for further treatment options.

Teeth Care

A healthy smile is of the utmost importance, so visit the dentist for checkups at least twice per year. In between those checkups, brush your teeth at least twice a day, in the morning and before bed. Floss once each day to remove bacteria and other debris from in between your teeth. Use a mouthwash, which will not only help your breath smell and taste fresh, but will also help in removing the tiniest of particles from the unreachable parts of the mouth. Hard objects, such as ice or candy can chip or break your teeth, so refrain from chewing on them as much as possible.

Nail Care

Clean and manicured nails are healthy, look good and make it immediately apparent that you care about yourself and your appearance. Invest in a manicure kit that includes, at a minimum, fingernail clippers, toenail clippers and cuticle scissors. Clip both your toenails and fingernails on a weekly basis. A teen boy is more likely than a teen girl to bite his nails, so try to keep your fingernails and cuticles away from your mouth. If necessary, there are products on the market to help with a serious nail biting problem.


Despite your urgent need for a deep, dark tan, the best thing you can do for yourself is to use a sunscreen on a regular basis every time you're in the sun. This step will not only help protect you from harmful sunburns now, it will help protect you from developing skin cancer later. If a sun-kissed tan is something you just can't live without, find a good sunless tanning lotion and be sure to rub it in thoroughly and wash your hands when you're done applying it.

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