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.
A very popular Beard style that I considered trimming up myself is the moustache with stubble. This style of Beard is becoming increasingly popular due to its low maintenance, unique style, and ability to grow quickly. However, there are some very important care and trimming steps that you need to adhere to in order to make your moustache with stubble look awesome. In this article, we are going to go over everything you need to know about trimming up your moustache with stubble to keep it looking sharp and fresh.
I started growing my beard while I was in full-time employment. I always had some form of facial hair – mostly stubble – but this was the first time that I wanted to grow out my beard to a short beard. But, I was always wondering is a short beard professional? In this article, we are going go over all of the things that make a short beard professional and also give you some top tips for keeping it on the right side of your company’s beard rules.
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.
There is no doubt that a two month beard is a significant milestone for a lot of people. At two months of growth you would expect to see approximately 1 inch of length. A two-month beard will start to look continuous across your face but may have a small amount of fuzziness around the edges. I genuinely believe, and it is my experience, that a good-looking beard is about 80% trimming and 10% products and 10% good luck down to environmental variables.
For those of you that want to delve into the world of growing a beard one of the first beard styles that you can try is the 5 mm beard. The 5 mm beard is a perfect companion for the professional person and can provide you with some of the benefits of having a beard without the hassle of trimming and maintaining a much longer beard. You can do the majority of the training up at your house and, with a little bit of practice, you’ll be able to line-up your beard like a professional!
Not everyone in the beard-growing world once a massive and long beard. In fact, most beard growers will stop their beard and after a couple of months of growth and simply enjoy the benefits of a short beard such as easy maintenance, low usage of products, and therefore it is cheaper and easy styling. In this article, we are going to go over everything you need to know about whether two months is enough to grow a beard and the things that you need to pay attention to it if you want your beard to look as good as possible after two months.
Having a short beard is a milestone for every beard grower. Every long beard starts with a well-maintained short beard and there is no reason why it can’t look great when it is short. The thing about short beards is that they are curly, wiry, and hard to tame. This is, in part, due to the length of the hairs on the fact that they are not long enough to be flexible – and not heavy enough to be drawn down by gravity. This means that a lot of short beards are very bushy and look relatively unkempt. In this article, I will show you how to straighten your short beard so that your short beard looks as well-kept as a longer beard.