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I have had 3 wahl beard trimmers in under 2 years, all had the same problem they didn’t last very long, the battery does not hold much charge even after all night charging. The cutting power is ok if the trimmer works, but a razor is superior. The stainless steel rusts so it’s very poor quality. The life span of this trimmer is about 4 or 5 charges and not hold a charge at all. Keep in mind I’ve had 3 in less than 2 years. Next trimmer i buy will be a cheap $20 beard trimmer which will last longer and hold its charge therefore making it more reliable than the wahl. I will never buy american products if i can help it as I’ve had nothing but stress from them. I paid over $160 for the wahl, very very very dissapointed 3 times.
After some experimenting, you’ll quickly find your favorite combos. My favorite scents are definitely peppermint and tea tree. As for carrier oils, I enjoy the coconut because the dry Colorado air dries out my skin. The jojoba is also a great base since it closely mimics the natural oil your body creates. Again, refer to the benefits above of the various carrier oils, and figure out what works best for you. Below are a few of my favorite recipes. The names are my own creation, but feel free to steal them.
Only 6 Length Settings: To many men, 6 length settings may be more than enough, but just as many men are looking for more versatile options from their beard trimmer. If you want more than 6 length options from your beard trimmer, then the search continues.
A strong product from the folks at CanYouHandlebar, Wisdom Beard Oil gets tons of reviews on Amazon and comes away with a strong rating. While some beard oils may overpower you with their scent, Wisdom Beard Oil balances several types of oils and delivers a manly, woodsy scent that seems just right.
The ancient text followed regarding beards depends on the Deva and other teachings, varying according to whom the devotee worships or follows. Many Sadhus, Yogis, or Sannyasi keep beards, and represent all situations of life. Shaivite ascetics generally have beards, as they are not permitted to own anything, which would include a razor. The beard is also a sign of a nomadic and ascetic lifestyle.
3. Dye It: This one is smoke and mirrors, but it works. I have brown hair, but half my beard is a weird translucent blond. So, I often dye it to match the blondes with the browns, and it more than triples the density. This tip ain’t helpful for anyone who doesn’t also have blonde beard hairs and dark hairs to match, but it does the trick, and usually confuses my friends who see my regularly—in a good way. Don’t be ashamed to admit the secret, either: Your beard is already thick, it just doesn’t appear that way. So you’re helping showcase what’s there. As for brands, Just for Men has yet to fail me, and they have a good sliding scale of options for facial hair. Just don’t let it set for more than prescribed, or else you’ll have patchy dye spots on your skin for a couple days.

Great website, I have had a beard for over 7 years now, of varying length, but have decided to go for a quite a long beard. I was looking for a trimmer, thank can keep up to 2 to 3 inches in length, really hard to trawl through various sites, and the longest I have found is 20mm (about 0.7″)
Make sure that you brush off any excess hair that might be in the blades before you begin. Once the oil has saturated the blades, wipe them down, making sure the blades are dry on top so your hair doesn’t stick.
I’ve used coconut oil as a softener for my beard several times. I’m using a virgin organic brand. Smells great when I put it in. However, after it has been left in for about four or five hours, it starts to smell (and taste) like soap. I find this fairly unpleasant. Anybody else have this sort of issue?
After you’ve combed your bed-beard out layer by layer, comb it back down into the desired shape. You can even use your hands and some product to apply the finishing touches after you’ve combed it down.
All of that aside, it’s important to note that most men will experience patchiness at some point in the growth cycle—even those who ultimately wind up with full, thick beards. A lot of this simply has to do with your hair growth cycle in general. You could theoretically have a lot of beard hair in the shedding stage at the precise time you’re growing it out, giving the appearance of a patchy beard when it’s really just temporary shedding.
Generally the “cheek line”, the upper limit of the beard on the cheeks, is best left natural. Some men butcher otherwise excellent beards by shaving the cheeks into strange shapes. Unless your beard appears to be starting just below your eyes, you probably are better off not shaving or sculpting the beard on your cheeks.
Beard Balm on the other hand, still offers the benefits of Beard Oil, but with hold. Big Red Beard Balm contains the nourishing oils of our Beard Oil, alongside Shea Butter, Cocoa Butter and Beeswax. This allows you to retain the perks of the Beard Oil, but to also tame, shape, and hold the beard in place. Aside from the benefits of the oils in the Balm, Shea and Cocoa butter offer extraordinary moisturizing properties that penetrate the hair shaft, offering increased hair strength, damage repair, and is even claimed to promote hair growth.
Coconut oil, being an excellent moisturizing agent, is often used in beard oils. The coconut oil that you buy in the store is most often in solid form, as it has a high melting point of about 76 degrees F. This can obviously make it difficult to work with. To use coconut oil as a base carrier of your beard oil, you’ll have to first melt it so you can mix with your essential oils. I put a large tablespoon of the solid oil into a dish, then set that dish into another that had hot water. The oil liquified in no time and I was able to mix in a few drops of an essential oil. It will then re-solidify, and you end up with more of a beard balm. You simply rub a little on your fingers, and your body heat will melt it, thereby turning it into oil again, ready to use on your facial hair.
One of the biggest complaints about beard balms, in general, is the smell. A lot of people aren’t fond of the smell of beeswax, for instance (though others love it). Beard Balm solves this problem. This particular beard balm by Beard Balm is their “Original Scent,” which they describe as a combination of lemon peel, eucalyptus leaf, and geranium. Geranium is indeed a flower, but it’s a common ingredient in many of the better men’s colognes. Meanwhile, lemon peel and eucalyptus offer a refreshing, somewhat zesty scent that’s clean and masculine. The thoughtfulness behind the scent profile makes Beard Balm easily the best beard balm when it comes to smelling good.
Beard hair tends to be coarser than the hair on your head, which makes beards harder to manage. Beard balm fixes that issue by softening and conditioning your beard to make it healthier, which in turn makes it easier to groom and style.
This is a high-quality beard trimmer that performs well and gets the job done adequately. However, it does have a few drawbacks to consider, so if you’re holding out for perfection, then the search continues!
Congratulations for joining us at the finish line! We hope you’ve learned some useful information today. There are a multitude of options when it comes to maintaining a great-looking beard. With the right products and the right techniques for using them, we believe that your beard will be a source of pride, confidence, and the envy of many. Beard on, friends!
Grow it out whenever you want. While lots of men like to grow out their beards in cold months for insulation purposes, it’s a common misconception that beards are more uncomfortable in hot weather. In fact, beards help protect from UV sun rays, and work to cool the skin during hot weather, trapping sweat close to your face, cooling as it evaporates.[2] While the itchiness associated with beards is typically less desirable during hot weather, it’s not something that will do much to keep you warm.
It’s hair, so you need to clean it or dirt can get trapped underneath. Olvera washes his beard in the shower every time he washes his hair, about twice a week. Try a gentle shampoo and conditioner, like those from Martial Vivot. We’re also fans of these new chemical-free personal-care brands.
Dedicated factory, which means the product is pure without contaminants belonging to other unrelated products, which is great for those with allergies which often literally live and die by ingredient lists.
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