If you are one of those people that have facial hair, then you know that a beard can go from well groomed to scruffy in only a matter of days. Facial hair (particularly beards) usually grows back faster than any other area on the body. However, with the proper maintenance tips, you can keep your beard looking nice and trimmed. No matter if you're looking to cut your own beard, or if you're a beginner barber, this blog should be helpful either way. Let's dive into the tips.
1. Keep the beard line as high as possible. - Most men want a full, thick beard. However, when initially growing a beard, there may be patches or light spots in the beard. You want to give the hair time to grow and fill in the less dense areas.
2. Trim the loose/stray hairs. - The major key to keeping a beard looking smooth is to keep the fray hairs to a minimum. You also need to take caution when doing this part because you don't want to cut a patch in the beard by accident. You are mainly looking to clip loose ends, that's it.
3. Groom the beard and moisturize regularly. - Use a comb or beard brush to groom the beard. If you use a comb, make sure that teeth are wide enough so they won't pull out any hair. If you are using a brush, make sure that the bristles are smooth so they won't strip the hair. Most importantly, make sure to keep the beard moisturized. There are tons of different beard balms and oils, so feel free to experiment. However, stay away from cheap oils and beard balms, as they often lack quality ingredients. If you are looking for beard products with quality ingredients, Canvas Beauty Brand is a good option. By no means do you "have" to use this brand, but you will definitely be getting the bang for your buck. You can check out their products by clicking this link: https://canvasbeautybrand.com/collections/for-men
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