Garrett Munce is a writer and editor specializing in men's grooming, beauty, style, and wellness. He is the grooming editor for Esquire and Men's Health, and was previously grooming director and senior fashion editor at GQ. He has also contributed to Town & Country, W, Teen Vogue, New York magazine, Refinery 29, Gear Patrol, and serves as editor-at-large for the men's beauty site Very Good Light. He lives in Brooklyn with his husband, their dog, and more skincare products than he knows what to do with.
[A] guidebook for the modern man. -AmongMen Straightforward and illuminating. -Posh Beauty Blog The self-care bible for guys. -Total Beauty Insightful and entertaining. -The Spokesman-Review Named a best book to read May 2020 by Town & Country An indispensable guidebook -Town & Country A much-needed book for men of all ages ... straightforward and illuminating. -LA Story Well-researched and informative. -Books and Pixels An indispensable guidebook (and great Father's Day gift). -Town & Country Men are notorious for failing to take care of themselves (I know from experience). With Garrett's expert eye and good taste, he reveals how guys can finally practice self-care-and enjoy themselves along the way. -Michael Sebastian, editor-in-chief of Esquire Garrett has a unique grip on men's grooming, and how to navigate a crowded field of choices, with you in mind. This book contains everything you need to do now for a healthy life. -Jim Moore, creative director at large of GQ Any guy who wants to look and feel fantastic should own this book. -Rich Dorment, editor-in-chief of Men's Health