The Perfect Simple Romantic Gesture Men Can Do For Valentine's Day
The Perfect Simple Romantic Gesture Men Can Do For Valentine's Day
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The Perfect Simple Romantic Gesture Men Can Do For Valentine's Day

Valentine’s Day doesn’t have to be complicated! That’s right. There’s one simple trick that men can do to please their ladies. Hint: it involves grooming.

It’s common to stress over Valentine’s Day, especially if you’re in a new relationship and you want to impress your girlfriend, or you’re in a rut and you want to unveil a major romantic gesture to win her love back.

But it doesn’t always have to be about buying lingerie (although, it’s always nice to receive new, sexy garments) or organizing a horse and carriage around a sparkling ski resort (which is also a nice gesture that no one will say no to).

However, sometimes having no time to plan a big romantic gesture can get in the way of wowing your loved one on Valentine’s Day. But not this year! All you need to do is try out this little trick:

Groom yourself! That’s right. Does your girlfriend complain about your man bun? Surprise her by chopping it off. Then organize a cute night-in, complete with take-out food, wine, chocolate, cheese, and Netflix, and all will be well.

But it doesn’t just end with a haircut. It’s advised to trim or shave all of your hair! Start by trimming your beard—make it look fresh. You may moan and groan at the thought of trimming your beautifully grown beard, but it will help to make Valentine’s Day a little more special.

If you already have chest hair, don’t feel like you have to shave it off. You don’t want to weird out your loved one. Just take care of your nose hairs, and pluck your unibrow!

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What else can you do to impress your loved one on Valentine’s Day? Take a look at our video for more grooming-related date night advice! And remember: you don’t need to go all out—simple gestures can sometimes be the most romantic.

By Kim Scott
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