Not Just for the Bride: Grooming for the Groom

As seen in The NY Times

It’s not just brides who are focused on looking photo ready for weddings, with today’s grooms just as concerned about how they look on their big day with friends and family.  Coupled with hangovers and sleepless nights from bachelor parties and showers, guys now realize they need to put a bit of effort into looking good in photos, at events… and of course, in selfies.  Thanks to MËNAJI it couldn’t be any easier!

MENAJI’s HDPV Anti-Shine Powder was selected by the NY Times as a key grooming product for men who want to look camera-ready like the pros.  Easy-to- use with multiple healthy skin benefits, guys now can present a clean, natural look for any camera turned their way.

According to Pamela Viglielmo, President of MENAJI, “Guys need to step up their game if they want great wedding photos.  One of the easiest fixes is to knock out facial shine. Available in five shades, our Anti-Shine powders are simple to use and easily blend to match skin tone, helping minimize pore size and smooth rough skin — all important to taking a great looking image.  We’re thrilled to have been selected for the Style Section of The NY Times! ” 

Originally used by professional photographers and make-up artists, today HDPV Anti-Shine Powder is a must-have wedding essential. Undetectable even with flash photography, HDPV Anti-Shine Powder eliminates shine, and neutralizes redness and blemishes with a light touch in several shades.

Formulated with vitamins C and E the non-streak formula ensures a flawless look by  preventing flaking and locking in moisture.  Now there’s no reason not to have gorgeous wedding photos and for men to look their best — from the first dance to the last kiss.

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