Have you considered growing a beard but aren’t sure what to expect? It’s a little intimidating, isn’t it? If you’re like most guys, the idea of really letting a beard grow out for the first time raises a lot of questions. Plus, you probably don’t know all the answers yourself. The truth is, no one really knows what to expect in terms of beard growth stages because all beards are unique, but there are some common things you can expect.
Growing the beard you want means going through a few awkward stages. It may be frustrating. It may be occasionally embarrassing, but once your beard grows in, you’ll be glad you did it.
If you’ve ever wanted to grow an incredible beard, then you’re reading the right article. That’s because you’re about to learn about what stages your beard will go through and how long it takes to get to the length and look you want.
If you’ve ever wanted to learn about how to get an exquisite beard faster (and what guy doesn’t get tired of waiting for his beard to come in?), you’re in luck. This article reveals the top information about using biotin on your beard and what benefits it can have. With just a few minutes spent reading, you’ll discover:
How to stop beard hair damage
A surprisingly simple way to increase your biotin levels
A couple nifty tricks for enhancing the appearance of your beard
Interested? Keep reading to learn about the benefits of biotin for beard growth.
Which is better, a short, manicured beard or a long, natural beard? It’s a trick question. Both beards can look great, but here’s a secret - you have to learn about grooming a beard, regardless of which type you have.
If you’re like a lot of guys, you may start your beard journey with excitement, not really considering what kind of upkeep it takes. Be assured that grooming a beard is not any more work than maintaining a smoothly shaved face.
Yet you may be wondering exactly what kind of upkeep is involved and how to go about it.
Trimming a mustache is a tricky thing. In fact, there’s a good chance you’re grooming your mustache all wrong -- and you might not even know it.
It’s mortifying, right? Okay, so maybe it’s not that bad, but seriously, a lot of guys just don’t know what to do with a mustache, even if they’ve mastered grooming a beard.
If you’re one of those people who is wondering what the hell to do with that thing growing down into your mouth, you’re in luck. There are actually some easy ways to trim your mustache properly and keep it looking great, without it getting in your way.
Do you ever suffer from razor irritation, razor burn, or ingrown hairs? Do you have questions about choosing to shave before or after a shower? Have you ever been frustrated that you’re not getting a close enough shave or your facial skin always feels rough? Plus, do you ever wish that you could -- just for once -- get a smooth, clean shave that leaves your skin soft and doesn’t end with bumpy, irritated skin?
If so, you’re not alone. Lots of guys have unanswered questions about the right way to shave. You may be thinking to yourself that if you could just get those answers, you could have the results you’re looking.
Fortunately, you’re right- yay! You CAN get a close shave without razor burn or ingrown hairs. Along with softer, smoother skin that looks the way you imagined after a shave.
In fact, it’s a lot easier than you think. Here are the answers to guys’ top questions about when and how to shave.
Shaving is such a common, everyday thing, that it seems impossible there may actually be certain best ways to shave. I mean, everyone does it, right? It can’t be that hard to do properly.
If that’s what you think, you’ve been misguided. Don’t worry. It’s not your fault if you aren’t aware of the best methods for shaving. It’s just that the same misconceptions get passed down from generation to generation.
Because of that, there are a lot of common shaving practices that just don’t work that well. The good news is you don’t have to put up with bad shaving results. Cuts? Dry skin? Razor bumps? Forget about them.
This article provides the information you need to shave your face with skill. Take a look at the advice I found about what actually works from experts and my own experience practicing these methods.
Patchy beards. Slow growing beards. Beards that are too itchy to tolerate. These are some of the problems men face when they want an awesome beard and start feeling like they just can’t grow a beard. Maybe you’ve been there.
When you’re feeling down about your beard, it’s easier to just give up on it and decide that your beard is more difficult to grow than most other people.
Maybe it is, and maybe it isn’t. Let’s take a look at some of the reasons why you may be having beard growing difficulties.
Trimming a long beard - it sounds like something best left to the professionals, huh? Probably just like when you get your hair trimmed.
Maybe you’re imagining uneven edges or accidentally taking too much off your length or thickness. Maybe you don’t know what to do about blending the sideburns, or maybe it’s the neckline that’s throwing you for a loop.
On the contrary, it’s actually not that difficult to trim your own beard.
I’m going to show you right now the exact steps you take to trim a long beard. Plus, I’ll even leave you with some tips to ensure you don't make common beard trimming mistakes.
Now, everyone has their own preferred way to go about beard care, so feel free to do things slightly different from what I’m about to suggest. Still, if you follow everything here step-by-step, you’ll have an easy method for keeping your beard in check.
Go ahead and take a look at how easy it is.
Are you new to the beard scene? If so, you may not understand exactly how to use beard balm, or what it even is for that matter. Is it a conditioning product? Is it a styling product? And how the heck do you use it?
Don’t worry. Nobody sets off on their beard journey with all the answers. That’s why my goal is to seek out the answers and put them all on this blog for you guys, who don’t have the time to do hours of research on beard care.
Honestly, who’s got time for that?
Read this article to grow your knowledge while you grow your beard.
If you’ve ever wanted to have a beard of epic proportions (or even just a modest beard that doesn’t look patchy or weird), then you’re in luck. I’m going to give you the number one way to keep your beard looking great and growing healthy. It turns out the only thing you need to make your beard look and feel its best is beard oil.