Keep your fingernails trimmed and clean. Same for toenails.
Trim your nose hairs occasionally. What you're used to, others may notice.
If you don't iron your clothes, remove them immediately from the dryer so wrinkles don't set.
In hot weather, wear light-colored, cotton clothing and socks. This will absorb less heat and "sweat stains" will be less visible.
Consider trimming your arm pit hairs in warm weather. Less hairs, less bacteria, less smell. Think about it.
Don't be reluctant to trim or tweeze any stray eyebrow hairs.
Good dental hygiene means a dazzling smile.
Brush your tongue when you brush your teeth. Your tongue attracts bacteria and can cause bad breath.
Skin Care for Men
Wear sunglasses outside, not only will the sun damage the skin around your eyes, constant squinting will leave permanent creases over time.
Fake a tan - use sunless tanning lotion.
Men need moisturizers and sunscreen just as much as the opposite gender. If you don't have a skin care regimen, start now.
Quit smoking and restore your healthy glow.
Never pick a mole. If one looks suspicious or is bothersome, your dermatologist can remove it with a very simple procedure.
Visit your dermatologist annually for a complete examination.
Use a concealer for blemishes. Men do this all the time. Just don't think about the "make-up" word.
If you're prone to acne and breakouts, wash your face twice a day with antibacterial soap.
Use a toner to remove excess oil and shine on your face.
Use lip balm outdoors to prevent chapped lips.