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.
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.
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.
Every beard grower has seen the beard shaping tools on Amazon and other marketplaces. At first glance they can seem like a very valuable investment as they have the potential to save time and also reduce the amount of error that is inherent when trimming up your beard lines yourself. Using a trimmer and a mirror can often result in a slightly uneven beard trim and line up. I know because I’m always very critical about the symmetry of my beard and sometimes I just miss the mark. Would a beard shaper make it any easier?
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
Every bearded grower looks inside their bathroom cabinet and sees a range of different styling products. Some of them are for your hair lost others for your beard and mustache. Which products can you actually use on your beard as well as your hair? If you are lucky enough to have long luscious locks as well as a big bushy beard, you may be tempted to use hair gel on your beard. In this article, we are going to go over the science behind what hair gel is made of and whether or not you can use it on your beard. We will also cover all of the issues with using hair gel on your beard and look for better alternatives that don’t cost a fortune.
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.
While you are growing your beard you may notice that your mustache is very light. There are a variety of reasons why your mustache may be light it is primarily dictated by your genetics, but it may be compounded by some damage and the fact that the hair density and coverage is very thin making it lighter than the rest of your beard. In this article, we are going go over all of the things that you can do to make your mustache darker if you consider your mustache too light.