Real Men Choose Makeup: MËNAJI Chosen Makeup Brand for Asaf Ganot

MENAJI was recently chosen as the starting line up at the Asaf Ganot show at New York Men’s Fashion Week.

MENAJI, the creators of the best selling, iconic Urban Camouflage® corrective concealer for men, is popular with male celebrities, models and athletes alike. It recently caught the attention of designer Asaf Ganot, who chose the top selling men’s skincare line for his NYFW Men’s show.

Ganot, who credits childhood sports and, later, his college basketball career as the foundation for his style was the highlight of fashion week. His style — sophisticated, yet functional, channels the concept of “destroyed luxury”– pieces are rugged yet refined, luxurious yet understated.

With athletes and fashion going hand-in-hand, it’s no surprise that a bold designer like Ganot who’s high-end clothes appeal to a diverse audience, wanted an understated look. Pamela Viglielmo, President of MËNAJI, says, “MENAJI products capture the essence of Asaf Ganot’s textured, rugged, refined style to represent a man who is comfortable with himself, authentic and real, whether on the street, field or runway. I like to say that MENAJI provides easy to wear men’s makeup, grooming and skincare tools for “real men” to uncover their authentic and best self.”

With NYMFW happening again in July, MENAJI looks forward to working with exciting top talent like Asaf Ganot. As men’s fashion events and exciting runway shows dictate products that work and deliver a natural look, MËNAJI will be there!

Shave. Save Water. Repeat. – Water Saving Grooming Tips

To help bring awareness to the global water scarcity crisis, MËNAJI Advanced Men’s Skincare continues its water saving campaign #SaveWater on World Water Day 2017. The MENAJI #SaveWater Campaign reminds guys to conserve water, turn off their faucets when they groom and choose products that require little to no water use in their daily routines including our Clear Shave 3-in-1 Formula and Power Hydrator.

Other Water Saving Tips

Firmly Turn Off Your Faucets
Just a small drip from your bathroom sink can waste up to 20 gallons of water a day, and that number increases with every faucet within the home.

Increase the Efficiency of Your Laundry
Only wash a load of clothes when they completely fill the machine; don’t waste an entire spin and rinse cycle on a lone pair of jeans. You might also consider the purchase of an Energy Star washer, which reduces a load by 10-20 gallons on average.

Change Your Grooming Habits
You probably already know you shouldn’t leave the water running while you brush your teeth. But did anyone ever tell you about shaving? You’ll save tons of water if you fill the sink instead of turning on the tap every time you rinse your razor. The same goes for washing your face or wetting your hair. Our Clear Shave 3-in-1 product which requires NO water while moisturizing the skin. Also: skip washing your hair every day which only dries out the scalp.

Check For Leaks
Check all the plumbing and piping within your home. Is anything wet or rusted? Anything showing signs of corrosion? Even if you don’t see any conspicuous dripping, check for water damage on the floor and walls. If it’s there, something is leaking. Investing in a visit from the plumber now could save you big money in the future!

Fix Your Showers
Everyone likes a long, hot shower, but all that time you spend warming up the water is wasting it. Install insulation over your pipes and you’ll have hot water ready almost instantly. You can also purchase a “flow low” water-saving shower head that will save you up to two gallons a minute.

According to Treehugger.com, when the average American takes even a 5-minute shower, he or she uses more water than an average person in a poverty-stricken area of a developing country uses in a whole day.

Stop Unnecessary Flushing
It takes five to seven gallons of water to flush a toilet. How many times have you flushed a single tissue or cigarette butt? Save your trash for the actual trash can.

Store Water Bottles in the Fridge
Most of us need cold water on a regular basis, whether it’s for drinking, washing vegetables or cleaning up a spill. But running the tap and waiting for it to cool will waste several gallons of perfectly good water, rather just fill a few bottles and keep them stored in the fridge for later use.

Need a Car Wash? Be Careful With the Hose
Washing your car the traditional way, with the hose running at full blast, will spill a staggering 150 gallons of water. Instead, fill a bucket with soapy water and bring out the hose only for the final rinse. You should consider a professional wash if you’re truly dedicated to reducing your environmental impact.