The Braun BT5070’s blades are engineered to last the lifetime of your trimmer while providing you with the precise trimming that’s essential for maintaining a good look. The blades are made of stainless steel and are ultra-sharp.
Good beard balms are often scented with blends of natural essential oils instead of synthetics. Synthetic fragrance oils often contain toxic chemicals which can irritate your skin and alcohol that can leave your beard more dry and brittle in the end. Remember to read the ingredients of the beard balm before buying it.
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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.
There are a few studies that suggest there might be a connection between marijuana and increased beard growth, but not enough to be conclusive. So, I wouldn’t count on marijuana to increase facial hairs growth.
I’m new to the beard oil scene, and would like your expert advice on a good oil to begin with — I enjoy woody and balsamic scents, but prefer a mild aroma (my wife gets headaches from some scents, and that’s the very last thing I want to do to her). What say you, good sir?
Some oils are made exclusively out of one or two carrier oils or one essential oil, making them very simple, but effective and trustworthy. While some companies boast with huge labels of ingredients on the back of the bottle. The truth is that there is no simple rule of thumb to which one is better – it is up to you decide which one works best for you and which one you actually prefer.
It’s my goal with this section to index all beard oils. I update this list frequently, adding new beard oils to the top, with a brief description of what makes the oil unique. Do you know of a beard oil that I missed? Let me know in the comments, and I will add it to this list.
Like tight pants and suspenders, the resurgent popularity of beards in all their many forms is actually part of fashion cycle that has gone on for centuries. In some eras, they were considered the quintessence of the upstanding man, in others, the reserve of the ruffian or outlaw (to discourage them, Peter the Great even taxed facial hair). Interestingly, historians have noted that one of the chief influences over beard and facial hair fashion throughout history has been the military.
Hey guys. My beard is pretty thick and most of the time pretty unmanageable haha. My hair is somewhat coarse, wirey, curly and generally kinda just grows all over the place. It tangles and mats up and pulls and catches something fierce. I can hardly brush it with it catching and pulling. Even when damp or after fresh oil it still pulls. Plus I have a hard time getting oil to the skin bc of the thickness I have. Not to mention under my jawline doesn’t seem to want to grow down. It’s kinda like kudzu vine. It’s just wraps around itself and doesn’t provide and length. The hairs from above the jawline and my cheeks grow down and are fairly manageable but the underside not so much. I can brush it down 20 times and it just knots right back up. It’s got thickness and fullness but I’m not able to show my true length (which I could be proud of if I could display it) any recommendations on how to try and tame this “briar patch”?
And, as you might expect, none of Honest Amish’s beard case products, including their balm, have man-made chemicals, preservatives, fragrances, or colorings. Instead, you get all-natural ingredients that will condition, soften, repair, and nourish new beard hair growth.
The first one on this list should be more than able to do the job. As for shaving your head, I’d suggest you get something more specific for that task, it does not have to be expensive. Check out our balding clippers review.
Overall this is quite a masculine scent. If you aren’t a huge fan of floral/girly scents, this option is for you. There are actually a few scents available; timber, citrus and spice, pine tar, and original (grapefruit, lime and fir needles). The scents aren’t overbearing and feature no artificial perfumes.
Beardbrand came from very humble beginnings when we launched with a YouTube channel and a blog. Our goal from the first day was to change the way society views beardsmen and wanted to make a big mark on the world.
Spinach – Rich in Calcium, iron, magnesium, protein, and potassium, all major factors in having healthy beard growth. It works great in smoothies if you want to try and mix it with other foods so you won’t taste it.
My boyfriend wants to just have a shadow for a beard but has been using a trimmer with plastic guards and he hates it. What is a really good trimmer for him to just have that shadow look? No plastic guards either.
4. Style – Here is where you will incorporate balm and a comb or brush. First, balm is a lot like beard oil, only with added wax. Use this to style, soften, or add extra hydration to your beard. Then use a comb or natural brush to comb through, shape, and style as desired.
To apply beard balm simply open the tin and use the back of your thumbnail to scrape some out. Warm the balm in between your fingers by rubbing them together. Gently apply the balm to your beard with your fingers and massage it in. Use a comb to then evenly distribute the balm. A brush can be used for this step but a comb is much easier to clean and maintain when applying product.
Try this: After styling or ‘doing’ your hair, apply your beard oil. The oil is a bit heavy and using it before styling your hair could make your hair greasier than ideal. Apply 4-6 drops of oil after each wash and use multiple times a day if needed. This should soften your facial hair and keep it super healthy and fresh.
“Be very, very careful because you can clog your pores if you put too much on,” said Harvey, the founder of The BarberStars, who shapes hair for the likes of rapper Nas, and athletes like Stephen Curry, Klay Thompson, Grant Hill and Chris Webber among others.
Hi Raj. We would not recommend grapeseed oil as it could go rancid in your beard. Avocado oil can produce side effects so we wouldn’t recommend that either. Either a beard oil or beard balm should do what you want, providing it contains a combination of jojoba and argan oil. Those are the two oils that best moisturize and strengthen facial hair. Try our beard balm + beard oil set:
Tea Tree Beard Oil is designed to both be lightweight and to keep your beard conditioned and shiny. It won’t weight down your beard or feel greasy, and what’s left behind instead is itss refreshing, breath-of-crisp-air fragrance. It’s a scent that you can wear any day, all day.
A beard brush is another one of the beard tool essentials every bearded man should own. It’s even good if all you’re sporting is stubble because even short beard hair needs to be guided in a sensible direction every now and then.
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If you’re growing a beard for the first time, try to tie it in with No Shave November or some sort of charity growing cause. It’ll give you an immediate response to all the haters who try to put you down. A lot of times the people you need to convince is your significant other. It’s a lot more personal this time. They bought into the relationship when you were completely shaven, or rocking some designer stubble, and they were comfortable with that. We all change throughout our lives and throughout a relationship. You evolve your style, your clothes, and your hair, so why not do the same with your facial hair. It’s a great point to bring up to them, and drive home that it’s an internal drive and you want to try new looks.
To apply beard wash, simply put a small amount in your hand and rub it directly into your wet beard in the shower. You don’t need to apply it every day unless you work in an occupation (construction worker, etc.) in which dirt and grime get into your beard daily. If you spend most of your day in front of a computer, then a daily beard washing isn’t necessary, unless you spill your lunch and dinner on it (hey, it happens).
Some men can grow a beard faster, and some slower. Not all of your hair grows at the same rate, so patches on your cheeks may fill in later. But you can take some steps to help the process. Make sure you’re eating well and exercising daily to encourage healthy hair growth. Beard oil can help but have in mind that not all beard oils are of the same quality, so choose wisely.
Jojoba Oil is structurally very similar to – and mimics – your natural body oils (sebum). Because of the way it closely matches your own natural oils, it is quickly absorbed by your face and beard. It’s the most common carrier oil found in beard oils.
These kinds of vitamins help grow your beard faster and thicker. An important thing to remember is that your body absorbed into your body at different rates. A pill could have 100% of the daily recommended value, but you might only absorb 25% of it, so always look into the different things you are putting in your body. Know that information will help you understand how much of it you may need to take.
If you haven’t, then we suggest you do – Smooth Viking’s go-to balm is formulated to keep your beard manageable no matter how long it grows. It provides the proper hydration and strength to each hair follicle from its root to its tip.
If you tackle the patchy problem from each of these angles while avoiding snake oil, it will usually all work itself out. Even if you beard stays patchy due to genetics, remember patchy beards can look awesome when you know how to maintain them.
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