When I was growing my beard I couldn’t help but use the products in my cupboard. I thought to myself “what is the harm?”. Well, what I didn’t know at the time was that using hair products on my beard caused it to be dry, harder to manage, and much more brittle with increased split ends. There is no doubt that you can use hair products on your beard if you have no other option – however, this is almost certainly not the best option for your beard.
As you are growing a beard you may notice that more and more hair is falling out or your hair is breaking. As your beard grows longer it gets harder and harder to maintain your hair. That is simply because the longhairs are the oldest on the end – where most of the damage can occur. I have been trialing a range of different approaches to stop beard breakage and, in this article, I can share with you the most important things for keeping your beard strong and shiny.
Growing out your beard for the first time is always a little bit daunting. But did you know that the light stubble beard is one of the first places you can achieve on your beard growing journey that can significantly change your appearance? The light stubble beard can be achieved in as little as a couple of weeks and is perfect for professionals who want a little bit more than the 5 o’clock shadow look or for people with a high and even hair density on their cheeks and chin. Keeping a light stubble beard tamed takes daily maintenance – but it doesn’t take too long. In this article we are going to go over everything you need to know about a light stubble beard and what you can do to keep it looking sharp.
Believe it or not, kissing with a beard is a common topic of conversation among women and men. Different items are involved in kissing with a beard, such as preferences, hygiene, and comfortability. If you are a gentleman with a beard or someone curious about kissing a person with one, keep reading this article!
When most of us think of beard routines we often think of all of the stuff that we do type beard in the morning. However, preparing your beard for nighttime is also very important. That is because nighttime you are putting a fair amount of pressure on your beard as it smashes against your pillow. We need to make sure that your beard has the best opportunity of surviving whatever you put it through while you are sleeping and the products that we use are not simply wiped off onto your pillow.
One day you stumble across someone on the streets and notice that person has a gap in his mustache. Then you start to wonder, should I shave the middle of my mustache as well? Is it incorrect or just a matter of style? The art of grooming your beard and mustache is a vast world with different preferences and trends, and mustaches certainly aren’t an exception.
In the early stages of puberty you may still have peach fuzz on your face. Peach fuzz is a colloquial term for the light hairs which grow all over the human body but it typically refers to the light hairs on your cheeks as they resemble the light fuzz which grows on a peach. In this article, we are going to answer all of the peach fuzz beard questions and support you in turning your peach fuzz beard into a darker, thicker, and fuller beard.
Beards change over time and one of the most marked changes is when the first greys start appearing in your beard. Hairs in my beard between the ages of 30 and 35. They started at the sides of my beard – by the sideburn – and quickly made their way to the front. Every so often I see one as it falls out and its complete lack of color always surprises me. I have got a few greys growing on my head hair and many people notice that their beard turns grey before the rest of their hair. In this article, we are going to talk about the reasons why beards turn grey first and everything you need to know about stopping your beard from going grey, and science around reversing the color.
It is one of the most common issues that bearded people face. Having a dry beard can cause all sorts of issues with itchiness, beard dandruff, a hard to control and tame beard, and a load of other issues which you can never seem to get over. During my beard growing journey I have discovered that even if my beard is looking good for a long period of time I can still have the odd dry day due to a lack of care and attention to my beard. In this article, I will be going over all of the dry beard solutions that I have personally tried and I can assure you that if you are struggling with a dry beard there are at least two options in here that will work for you.