Hurry! You have until October 30, 5PM (ET) to enter a sweepstake that could take you on an all-inclusive trip to Morocco, or London and Rome, thanks to Gillette's partnership with the James Bond franchise.
To celebrate the release of Spectre on November 6, the Gillette Shave Club invites you to sign up for an adventure package that will take you on Daniel Craig's footsteps. Simply add your details to the sweepstake form, and keep your fingers crossed.
Gillette is also releasing a limited-edition shaving pack, which includes the new Gillette Flexball Technology razor, a shave gel, and a slick case. In addition, the Shave Club has call on the expertise of Jany Temime, costume designer on Spectre, and other style influencers to share their essentials grooming tips, below.
"Bond Moments" Grooming Tips
1. Make Time A solid morning routine and preparation for the day is absolutely essential. (Marcel, @OneDapperStreet)
2. Keep it Soft Maintain that soft skin by applying daily moisturizer to your face and neck. (Blake, @BlakeScott)
3. Pick a Style These days, facial hair styles are as diverse as the men who sport them. On their website, Gillette features a number of classy, distinctive and symmetrical styles that are popular with well-groomed men. (Jany Temime)
4. Choose Your Tools Whether clean-shaven like Bond or sporting stylish facial hair, "Bond Moments" hinge on perfect grooming. The Gillette Fusion ProGlide with FlexBall(tm) Technology is a multi-pivoting razor built to maximize contact with every contour of a man's face. It offers precision with every stroke, getting virtually every hair, and gives guys a close, comfortable, clean shave. (Jany Temime)
5. Keep it Simple I travel a ton so having a simple routine each morning is key to keeping my bag light & feeling my best (Grant, @GrantLegan)
6. Stay Consistent Own your style, whatever it is. Even at a big event, it's best to go with the look you have day-to-day, so that you appear confident and well put together. (Jany Temime)
7. Maintain the Look Don't wait too long to get a haircut. For a long time I put off getting a trim, either because I was too busy or didn't feel like it. But I've learned the longer you wait the harder it is for a stylist to tell what it looked like before and know exactly how you like it cut. (Christopher, @ChrisCreature)