When I was approximately 15 years old, I was very concerned about whether or not I would ever be able to grow a beard. It seemed like all of my friends had massive moustaches, thick hairs on their arms and legs, and I was lagging. Not all of the signs of growing a beard are the same for everyone. However, in this article, we will look at all of the different ways that your beard may be hinting it is ready to grow.
When I was first grown my beard the mustache area of my face was the first area that needed attention. It started as fine but dark hairs at the corner of my lips which then slowly spread up to the centre of my face -just under my nose. I actually ended up shaving in secret because I didn’t like the look of the hairs on the side of my mustache area. In the UK we called it “bum fluff”. Not very attractive and something that heightened the self-consciousness of having it.
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.
The great thing about a mustache is that it very quickly goes from looking patchy to full and thick. However, in the early stages of growth it can be really difficult to see the full potential of your mustache because you may be in the early stages of puberty – whether hair isn’t as fully developed – or you might have light hair or a low hair density. The good thing is that there are plenty of options for you and it may only require a little bit of patience to achieve the mustache of your dreams.
While I was growing my beard I was able to notice some patches on my cheeks. A lot of men also are very critical of their beard as it is grown which results in inpatients and worry that it will not get thicker. In the majority of cases, thin beards can get thicker if you give them enough time to grow and you have the genetic predisposition for thick and dense beard growth. However, some thin beards will never get thicker as they do not have the terminal hair density required to completely connect the beard together. In this article, we will go through the science and techniques that you can use to thicken up your thin beard and also answer the worrying question: do thin beards get thicker?
In the early stages of growing a beard it can be hard to work out exactly what is changing about your beard. In the first couple of months your beard is going to change a lot. From the problems that you face to the Beard care routine that you need to adapt to – it’s going to be a journey of learning and understanding what your beard needs at different times. In this article, we are going to do a side-by-side comparison of your beard at one month versus two months. You can discover exactly what you should do differently as your beard grows.
Waiting for a beard to grow can feel like a lifetime. That’s because beards grow incredibly slowly. The average rate of hair growth on your body is approximately 0.25 mm per day. If you are constantly checking in the mirror and are impatient for your beard to grow it’ll seem like a much longer time.
If you are in the early stages of growing your beard you may be wondering: do beards get darker with age? It can be a very painful and long process watching your beard grow. In fact, if you open only recently started puberty beards grow much later in the puberty cycle because it is a secondary effect. Most beard growers start noticing their beard growing at the age of about 16 or 17. However, many beard growers do not experience significant beard growth until their mid-20s or later. In this article we are going to discover whether or not beards get dark with age and how you can make your beard darker if you want to accelerate the process.
Acne is one of the most common dermatological issues that teenagers face. Acne is found to affect industrialised countries much more than developing countries. And acne is incredibly low in certain ethnic groups. But is this to do with the fact that these ethnic groups can grow a beard? Is it that these developing countries are not subject to the same chemical environment as in industrialised countries? Or, is it simply that growing a beard is able to influence the amount of acne that develops? In this article I have gathered together the science and research which exists to answer this question: do beards prevent acne?