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.
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.
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.
Uncomfortable stubble in the early stages of beard growth is an issue for a huge number of beard growers. The early stages are certainly some of the hardest to get through but any help you can get to soften uncomfortable stubble if you decide to stick with a stubble length beard will make your beard growing journey much nicer. In this article, we are going to go over all of the different products that soften uncomfortable stubble and enable you to forget about your beard.
Waxing off their beard isn’t something that every bearded man has thought of however, it could offer a viable alternative to regular shaving and trimming which keeps a beard in tip-top shape. Whenever you think of waxing you may think of the redness, pain, and other downsides of putting hot wax on your face and ripping it off. In this article, we talk about everything you need to know about beard waxing and its safety, effectiveness, and best practices for getting rid of facial hair using wax.
When shaving a beard does it get any more masculine than shaving with a knife. It’s kind of silly in practice but there are so many knife enthusiasts that describe their sharpening as razor-sharp that it is only natural that people want to see if you can actually shave with a knife. Knives and razors are inherently different because they are primarily used for different purposes. Razor blades are used for removing hair from the skin whilst knives are used for cutting up meat and other edible goods. In this article, we will have a look to see if you can shape with a knife, how you do it, and the dangers of using a knife to shave.
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.
Growing a moustache is one of the quickest and easiest ways to change your style and add that little bit of unique flair to a new look. The great thing about growing a moustache is that it starts looking good far faster than a full beard and you can easily accompany it with stubble for a more rugged look.
Just because you have a beard doesn’t mean you have to miss out on one of life’s luxuries – a facial. Facials can get pretty expensive – between $30 and $100. If you decide to have any bespoke treatments or you want anything extra special from the spa it can cost a little bit more. For those of you on a tighter budget you’ll be pleased to know that you can get the same effect as a spa treatment in the comfort of your home.