Tinted Moisturizer w/SPF 30, $42 at MËNAJI
MËNAJI claims to be the first men’s product line that addresses men’s skin care. The brand mixes natural ingredients to make corrective cosmetics and skin care for men.
Liquid Powder Shine Eliminator, $36 at MËNAJI
Everyday Moisturizer, $18 at Hims
Hims is a brand that focuses on the personal wellness of men — a necessary top when only one in ten men feel comfortable talking about their looks and health with their doctor. Prices are affordable and cover a range of needs including skin care, sex and health.
Morning Glow Vitamin C Serum, $33 at Hims
Matte Bronzer, $23.56 at BM Cosmetics For Men
BM Cosmetics For Men is the first makeup brand for men in Australia. The companys works with world-renowned cosmetic chemists to create cosmetics designed especially for men, taking into account their rougher, more pigmented skin and facial hair.
Natural Look Mascara, $17.84 at BM Cosmetics For Men
Under Eye Concealer + Pro Palette, $27.99 at Formen
Formen is the world’s first male cosmetics house. Products are specifically made to cloak skin imperfections and improve male skin.
Invisible Blotting Powder, $34.99 at Formen
Hydrating Lip Balm, $25 at Tom Ford
Tom Ford is one of the best-known luxury brands in the world. The company sells clothes, shoes, bags, cosmetics, fragrance and jewelry. What you might not know is that they also carry a male cosmetics and skin care line.
Brow Definer, $47 at Tom Ford
Face Bronzer, $20 at Clinique
Clinique has always been a go-to for skin care products. Like Tom Ford, Clinique is popular with women, but the brand also has a specially formulated men’s line that features products like moisturizer, eye gel and face wash.
Exfoliating Tonic, $14.50 at Clinique
Makeup has no gender guidelines, but there’s still a stigma associated with men who wear makeup or even have a skin care routine. To help society ditch preconceived notions about who should and shouldn’t get to dabble in lotions and potions, we’ve put together a guide to the best makeup and skin care products for men.
Here’s a little secret: Men can absolutely use makeup that’s typically advertised for women, as demonstrated when CoverGirl chose model and influencer James Charles as its first male spokesperson. But having brands like Chanel make a skin care and makeup line catered to men definitely helps eliminate the negativity around men who opt to wear makeup or invest in their skin.
Here, the brands that have skin care and makeup lines exclusively for men.