Split ends are very common in beards. Typically split ends are the secondary symptom of a dry beard and are very easy to fix. The beard hairs will look like unravelled rope at the ends and need to be trimmed as soon as possible to stop the damage from migrating further up the shaft of the beard hair.
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.
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.
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.
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.
When I first started growing a beard I was amazed at how rough and sharp stubble could be. In the early stages of beard growth stubble is not as rough or spiky. But, as your beard mature laws and you enter the later stages of your beard potential it becomes very sharp. This is primarily noticed by any partners which may be rubbing up against your face. In this article, we are going to go over all of the ways that you can soften your stubble and the expert tips and techniques for leaving your stubble irresistibly soft and smooth.
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.
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!
While you are growing a beard it can be tempting to look at all of the options available to you – especially the options that don’t take as long to grow. One of the first places for a beard grower to halt their beard is at the stubble stage. At this stage, the beard is easier to manage because it is very short and still provides a little bit of masculinity to the face. However, everyone at this stage always thinks to themselves – would a beard be better than this stubble?