On an average, men spend more time getting ready to go out as compared to their female counterparts, a new study has found.
According to the research carried out by Travelodge, men spend 81 minutes a day on personal grooming, including cleansing, toning and moisturising, shaving, styling hair and choosing clothes, the Telegraph reported. On the other hand, women have their beauty regime down to a fine art and get their hair, clothes and make-up done in just 75 minutes. The study also found that on an average morning, men spend 23 minutes in the shower, compared to 22 minutes for women. Men take 18 minutes on their shaving regime, compared to 14 minutes for women despite them having to trim legs, armpits and bikini line. As compared to women, men take a minute longer, 10 minutes, on cleansing, toning and moisturising. Choosing an outfit is also a time-consuming operation for men who want to look their best due to which they take 13 minutes compared to 10 minutes for women.