Make dad’s day

The shaggy look is out (even in lockdown) … so as celeb and dad, Katlego Maboe, shares the five fabulous ways he stays well groomed, we’ve added a gift guide to help you shop for your dad this Fathers’ Day.

Celeb Katlego Maboe knows what it takes to look his best. ‘Looking presentable has nothing to do with my career, it has to do with the pride I take in making sure that I am always at my full potential,’ says Katlego.

‘I have always believed in taking care of myself… It’s just good common sense.’

Your scent defines you

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Katlego says, ‘Before I leave the house, I make sure that I spray on my favourite scent.’  Ambition from the Playboy Signature Collection has a citrus fragrance which boasts notes of mandarin and bergamot, with an undertone of vanilla and musk that lasts long … making this his defining scent. Details: planetofattraction.co.za

Keep your skin hydrated

It’s not only about what products you use on your body but what you put into your body too. Katlego says drinking water and eating greens helps to look after your skin from the inside … good tips for dad not just for Fathers’ Day, but throughout the year!

Keep your dad hydrated during his work day with this slick desktop water cooler, R299.99 from Typo. Details: cottonon.co.za

 

Find your signature style

Dad can put a bespoke spin on his clothes simply by adding a  watch, scarf or hat. You’re sure to find a special something to enhance your dad’s look at Black Betty. Browse the online store and you’ll find signet rings and tie pins for your dad. We were fortunate to pop into the new Black Betty store in Parkhurst before lockdown and, trust us, it’s difficult to leave without making a dent in your wallet. During lockdown, they’re delivering. You’ll find this silver skull pin for R580 and black onyx rectangle signet ring in silver for R1 680. There are plenty more designs to choose from for your dad – and you’re sure to find something for yourself too!
Details: blackbettydesign.com

Healthy body, healthy mind

Exercising is not only good for our bodies … it helps to keep our brains in tip-top shape as well. Mr Price Sport has a range of items to help your dad get to the peak of his fitness game, from outfits to gadgets and equipment, like open-finger gloves – ideal for transition training. R199.99.
Details: mrpsport.com • 
With winter here and casual living all the rage in lockdown, we’re sure your dad will love this 1/2-zip long-sleeve shirt. Perfect for fighting off the winter chills on long walks or runs outdoors with the family on chilly mornings. R1 500 from Core Merino. Details: coremerino.com

 

Look after your skin

Katlego uses a face wash to clean his face and, to ensure his pores aren’t blocked, he uses an exfoliator. Choose products that are suited to your dad’s skin type. Sorbet Man has a range of skincare products, from even-tone face wash to post-shave balm and even a wash for sensitive skin. There are a few fab gift options too – super handy! Details: sorbetman.co.za

 

And a juicy spoil for dad

While we’re sure your dad will heed Katlego’s advice to eat more greens, Fathers’ Day is about spoils! And if your dad enjoys a burger then, trust us, you need to treat him to an order from Hudsons Burger Joint in Parkhurst. This spot offers a host of tasty meals … think steak, ribs, wings and even tacos. But the real drawcard is their range of juicy burgers. We love the original royale burger … think, a free-range beef patty topped with crispy streaky bacon, cheddar, battered onion rings and chilli oil. Fit for your king – your dad! They’re now offering at-home kits, like their build-your-own-burger kits. Top off your order with family-sized ‘heat & eat’ Hudsons’ choc brownies with pecan nuts. You can place your order through the Mr D Food app or order directly from this burger joint and get 10 per cent off your bill. Open 11.30am to 7pm, Monday to Sunday. They deliver within a 5km of their store at R15. Details: theburgerjoint.co.za/#delivery-menu

 

 

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