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On the other end of the spectrum, guys with rectangular faces, which are a much longer facial version of a square face shape, hence the name, should opt for longer hair on the sides and shorter on the chin so they don’t make their already long face even longer. This look is great for tall lanky guys who have narrow faces because it adds some extra bulk and substance to their visage.
While other models come with far more length settings, the 6 on Wahl’s model are enough for many. At half the cost of other options on the market, this model is certainly a good choice for those shopping on a budget.
It’s hard to believe it at first, but it will eventually stop. Some never get past the itching phase because they “just can’t handle it.” It’s sad but true. But believe me, after one or two months, the itching completely stops. One of the things that help your facial façade stay on point is beard oil. The main thing beard oil does is condition your hair. As a result, your beard is healthier, softer, and your skin is less dry. The application process is rather important. Working the beard oil down to the skin will give you the best results. For an in-depth explanation of beard oil, I highly recommend watching this video.
Brushing it first thing each day will loosen any grime, dirt, or dead skin cells lodged in your beard from the previous day. Like using a comb, you start by brushing it “out,” but if you have a shorter beard – say, around a half inch – it’s simply a matter of brushing it straight down and training the hairs to grow in the direction you want them to. You can even use your beard brush on your mustache.
Not sure if you’re ready for beard oil yet? Never fear my classy friend. Many beard oils come in sampler sizes so you can purchase smaller amounts to test before you commit to one brand. Here is a list of the beard oil sample packs I know of.
By the early twentieth century, beards began a slow decline in popularity. Although retained by some prominent figures who were young men in the Victorian period (like Sigmund Freud), most men who retained facial hair during the 1920s and 1930s limited themselves to a moustache or a goatee (such as with Marcel Proust, Albert Einstein, Vladimir Lenin, Leon Trotsky, Adolf Hitler, and Joseph Stalin). However, the later 20th and early 21st centuries saw beards making a comeback, particularly in the hippie subculture of the 1960s and the hipster movement of the 2010s.
Only 4 Length Settings: The four length settings for your trimming needs, this model really can’t measure up to the accuracy, precision, and versatility of the other models we have reviewed. This is the lowest number of length settings of any of the trimmers we’ve reviewed, so if that’s a priority for you, then the search continues!
Also, what you wash your face and beard with matters, and you want to make sure that you’re not using anything with harsh chemicals. Keep your face exfoliated, because clogged pores can cause ingrown hairs, and inhibit hair growth. You can check out our all natural soap, or our cleansing oil.
The Braun BT5070 also comes with a small 1 cm trimmer that slides out of the top of the unit and is ideal for trimming hard-to-reach places such as around your nose and mouth. Its battery provides 50-minutes of trimming before needing to be re-charged (it also comes with a power cord if that’s your preferred method of trimming.
You can use beard balms made to straighten beards or blow dry your beard straight, but our recommendation is to use either of those sparingly. Both can dry your beard out, causing it to be brittle and break easily. Instead, we recommend seeing a barber who knows how to properly trim curly beards so that you can work with the curl, instead of against it. I hope that information is helpful!
The Prospector beard oil by Burroughs is one of the oldest and most trusted brands of beard oil. It has some of the best beard oil reviews around. Its earthy scent gives your beard a rich, manly presence, and naturally it’s one of my favorites.
Skin Irritation: The more facial hair you have, or the longer it is, the more vulnerable your face is to skin irritation. While the effects of this can be abated using other cosmetic tools such as beard oils, keeping your hair well-groomed and neatly trimmed is another way to fight this condition.
I just wanted to tell you, great job on your article. Nose hair is a big issue lol. and a pain in the ass, so I can relate. I just published an article about growing a viking beard and I linked to your article. Great job!
Love him or hate him, James Franco makes sparse facial hair work for him. And if you have any doubts about that, ask the girls in your life: They will assure you, contrary to what you may believe, James Franco has it going on.
I’m completely new to beard oil. I am searching the internet trying to decide which one to go with. I have a girlfriend and want to make sure to get one she would like. I think I wanna stay away from the woodsy type. I am leaning towards the beard brand cause of great reviews, spiced citrus in particular because I think she would like the citrus and vanilla scent. Have you tried it? I’ve also seen good reviews on the bay lime one that you say your wife likes best. That looks good and is also 10$ cheaper. Would you recommend these or any others? THANKS!!
Now that we have provided you with the causes of a rough beard, we are also going to share with you some of the tricks we keep in our sleeves, to help you tame the rough beast that is taking over your face.
Dialing in your perfect length is made easy thanks to 20 built-in length settings, allowing you to select your preferred length setting by turning the zoom wheel. Lengths are displayed from 0.5 mm to 10 mm.
Because of the moisturizing oils and vitamins that we use, our beard oil will tame those flyaway hairs. When your beard follicles grow, they naturally require more nutrients and moisture. That’s because your beard has Sebaceous glands that can only produce a certain amount of sebum oil. And THAT is why you need beard oil In addition to that, our beard oil has scents that will act as an all natural cologne.
The best practice here is to grow what you got. That means if your chin comes in well, grow it out. If your mustache is rocking, grow it out! If you have some mutton chops, rock those too! Keep the areas that are a little thinner at a short length. You can rock the stubble or the shadow. Whether that’s the beard stache, scruffy goat, or just mutton chops, then it’ll leave you with a really unique style. Grow it out for a few months to see what you have, then trim the other areas to rock what you have! High school will not be your peak. You are going to continue to grow, and your beard will get better.

The trick to solving the issue for you is pretty simple. You need to keep it moisturized with either beard oil or some beard balm! It not only keeps your beard moisturized and smooth, but also your skin. Keeping the entire area moisturized will keep your whiskers from irritating your partner’s skin as well as your own. If the damage has already been done, just do the same thing you’d do for a sunburn and put some aloe vera on it to soothe the redness.
While the price may be a bit exorbitant, many users think it’s worth the expense for a lightweight model at only 1 pound that feels good in your hand and comes with a two-year warranty – not to mention its superb performance capabilities.
For general beard itching, it’s important to follow proper beard hygiene. Remember that beards catch a lot of debris like pollen and bacteria. While this is great for your health, because you’re not actually ingesting these unfriendlies, it can still lead to a lot of skin irritation as your beard grows out. To solve this problem, cleanse with a quality beard shampoo like Medicine Man’s Anti-Itch Beard Wash; what’s great about this product is, not only does it clear away the nasty debris, it’s specifically designed for men with itchy beards like yourself.
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