We usually think of beauty as being a female-centric industry, with only a handful of products specifically targeted toward men. (Like, god forbid a dude uses a cleanser that doesn’t explicitly state that it’s “for men.”) But when it comes to celebrities, it’s just as important for a guy to look good as it is for a woman. Well, almost.
There are plenty of men in the public eye who lean on good skin care, hair care, and even makeup to make them look their best (or their version of their best). Unsurprisingly, orange-skinned person Donald Trump is one of them—but some of these we actually didn’t see coming.
Once you get over the shock of learning that Pharrell is 42 years old, go ahead and get your hands on his preferred Glytone Acne Self-Foaming Cleanser, which he says he rinses off with cold water to keep his pores tight. He then follows up with the brand's toner and moisturizer, too.
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The Republican candidate's main issue with efforts to protect the environment is that it may mean the end of aerosol hair sprays that damage the ozone layer. He hates "the pump" version, explaining that it "comes out in big globs and it's stuck in your hair and you say, 'Oh my God, I've gotta take a shower again because my hair's all screwed up.'" That's why he reportedly opts for CHI Helmet Head Extra Firm Hairspray, which does indeed come packaged in the aerosol spray Donald loves so.
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Hip-hop mogul Diddy has a pretty strong skin-care game, which he uses mainly at night just before going to bed. He says he hasn't skipped a night of using NARS Skin Optimal Brightening Concentrate since he bought it, but his favorite products are from Barcelona-based brand Natura Bissé—"they're so effective," he says.
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As you'll recall, the longtime Kiehl's fan teamed up with the brand all the way back in 2008 to formulate a biodegradable liquid body cleanser. Sources say that he's also a fan of the company's Facial Fuel Energizing Tonic for Men, a vitamin-packed toner that can also be used after shaving.
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We can confirm, courtesy of Dwyane himself, that the basketball pro has no shame about his love for a good pedicure, complete with painted toenails. No word on his polish of choice, though.
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It was actually Victoria who divulged her hubby's fondness for Dr. Lancer skin-care products, which Posh also says she "swears by." Noted.
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We'll never forget the downright enviable waves Leto once sported, or just how badly we wanted to re-create them for ourselves. Chase Kusero, the actor's longtime hairstylist, created Jared's 2014 Oscars look with Vidal Sassoon products, including the now-discontinued Creme Wave Pomade and Wave Primer Spray. You can, however, still get your hands on the Colorfinity Dry Shampoo.
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We can't say for sure whether or not John Stamos was joking about applying his Oikos Greek yogurt to his face as a mask, but we can personally attest to the powers of a simple yogurt treatment for softer, clearer skin. Stamos should know better than to judge before trying it himself.
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It's no secret that Manson loves himself a full face of makeup, but our interest piqued when he shared his specific favorites in a Reddit AMA thread last year. He said, "I usually use a combination between M.A.C. and AquaColor and Make Up For Ever. And Christian Dior." So there's one thing we have in common with the perennially shocking star—we, too, reach for MUFE for our dark-red lip colors.
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