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.
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.
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.
In the early stages of growing a beard, it is common for people to notice that their mustache has a gap. The gap can be in the middle of the mustache – in the philtrum area – or they can be gaps on either side of the mustache where it connects to the beard. When I was growing a mustache it was certainly an area that caused me the most amount of concern but I was able to push through my reservations and have ended up with a thick strong growth in the middle of my mustache.
Dying a beard is a fantastic way to keep it looking thick, dense, and to create an impression of a substantial beard. Some people like to do it to cover-up greys and, if you have multiple colours in your beard, some people use it just to create a single colour beard. The problem with beard die is that it stains anything that it touches. Even the slightest drop of beard die on your skin can leave a relatively dark patch. In this article, we’re going to talk about the best way to colour your beard without sustaining the skin and all of the tips and tricks for doing it simply.
One of the most trusted and used parts of a beard grooming toolbox is the beard trimmer. The beard trimmer is my go-to tool to fix almost every problem. I like to use my beard trimmer to not only shape up my beard will also cut in the edges and define the lines of my beard. The problem is that sometimes the beard trimmer pulls hair is to the point that it hurts. If you have recently bought a new trimmer this could be as simple as an alignment issue, or for older trimmers, a little bit of maintenance may stop it from pulling hairs
As you are growing a beard there are plenty of trials and tribulations that your beard can throw at you. Sometimes your beard hurts and aches for what seems like no reason. A particularly sensitive part of your face and beard area is your mustache. And because of this the mustache can be painful and hurt. It may be that towards the middle of the mustache directly under the nose that hurts the most other times you may find that your mustache hurts towards the corners down by the handlebars.
There is sometimes that beard maintenance can be a little bit of a pain. It feels like a relentless battle against growth in areas where you don’t want growth and trying to grow the best hairs possible where you can grow hair. It’s probably crossed everyone’s mind at some point while growing a beard to simply wax the stubble away. This could be either at the cheek line and the neckline of the beard or it could be used to remove a beard completely – but painfully. In this article, we are going to go over everything you need to know about waxing stubble and the alternatives which will probably result in a much better outcome for you.