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Forget the old gender rules: With androgyny dominating the runways and men stepping out in kick-flares and unisex bombers, borrowing from the boys has never been easier—and that goes double for your beauty routine, thanks to a new wave of slick men’s products that are begging to be swiped from the bathroom shelf.
Take it from any girl who has ever spent the night at a bachelor pad, it’s secretly thrilling to find an unexpected new grooming go-to that works even better for you. Just ask Vogue.com Fashion News Editor Alessandra Codinha, who stole her first tube of Kiehl’s Facial Fuel Lip Balm from her boyfriend and never looked back. “It has absolutely no shine, which is impressively hard to find in a moisturizing lip treatment,” she says. In need of a last-minute hair fix, Deputy Culture Editor Jessie Heyman once discovered that her boyfriend’s American Crew Fiber Pliable Molding Cream could “tame flyaways in a pinch”—making it a pleasant substitute for a blast of Elnett.
When it comes to sleek yet functional grooming tools, men are particularly spoiled for choice: Consider Harry’s, the two-year-old men’s razor line featuring German-engineered steel blades that provide a superfine shave and ergonomic handles in bright shades of tangerine, olive, and ivory—an alternative that seems miles better than pink plastic. In fact, buying male often means a streamlined version of an existing item, like Foreo’s LUNA: The silicone T-Sonic cleansing mitt was recently reimagined in sharp basic black for men.
For ardent minimalists, unisex brands can offer attractive antidotes to froufrou design—like the neat block script on Malin + Goetz’s foaming sage-infused body wash—or synthetic perfumes. Cue the cult Australian natural skin-care brand Grown Alchemist, which is releasing a new gel cleanser blended with cold-pressed rose petals and chamomile,bergamot, and willow bark to minimize pores—worth snagging for yourself, with or without a significant other in tow. Could a joint medicine cabinet be the next step in conscious coupling? Here, our eleven favorite men’s grooming products that work wonders for women, too.”
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