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This one cuts back on the frizz to offer a more defined shape – with subtle notes inspired by the Caribbean. It’s also designed to protect and moisturise your beard for a smoother, softer feel. So if your hair is rough and rugged, this blend will tone it down. Less hipster, more hip.
Beard oil is an easy to use moisturizer and leave in conditioner that comes in a bottle or pump. Quality beard oils will moisturize the skin underneath your beard, soften your facial hair, reduce itching and create the conditions for healthy beard growth. For best results, use a beard oil with a jojoba or argan base. Jojoba and argan are the best facial hair moisturizers and both have a long shelf life.
The ultimate thing is that no one is entitled to your life. No one is entitled to be your friend, to be your boss or employee. Ultimately you are in total control of how you live your life. Life is too short and too full of stress to draw the line of what’s acceptable at facial hair. If wearing a beard makes you happy; if wearing a beard is part of who you are, then fuck it – grow your beard and don’t look back.
If you use a comb and scissors: Comb through the beard and cut the hair on the outside of the comb. It will take some practice to perfect this technique. It is better to err on the side of not cutting enough rather than cutting too much.
A couple things to keep in mind before styling your beard: 1) you need the proper tools, and 2) you don’t need as much time as you think. The whole process, in fact, shouldn’t take more than a few minutes, especially once you get the hang of it. The tools you choose are up to you, but we recommend using both a beard brush and comb, Styling Balm, Sea Salt Spray, and a hair dryer.
You can’t just will a beard to grow and throw caution to the wind. There are a ton of guys out there who give a shit about what people think about them, and that’s ok. You want to have the confidence to grow a beard but don’t to burn the bridges of your relationship. Life is all about compromising where you need to.
Beard oil is usually scented (though unscented versions are available) using a variety of natural and artificial, typically masculine, scents ranging from sweet to bitter and can be used to substitute cologne or aftershave.
Originally used to treat high blood pressure – and it still is – Minoxidil had an interesting side effect on it early users, namely, it caused hair growth. By 1988, the FDA had approved Minoxidil as a hair-growth product while also allowing it to be marketed under the Rogaine name.
Beards offer a variety of other health benefits, including trapping dust to help you avoid asthma attacks and upper respiratory infections, and act as windbreakers, helping to shield your face from cold weather blasts.
Now that you’re beard is clean, dry, and looking spectacular, it’s time to begin the trimming process. And it all starts with the neck. A tidy, well-kept neckline is a key component of a well-styled beard.
Did you know the beard is a historical emblem of power? That’s why influential men sport this style. From Abraham Lincoln, Chuck Norris, to ZZ Top, even Santa and Jesus know how to rock a good, thick beard. It doesn’t matter if you can’t grow super long facial hair, you can make sure that the hair you grow is healthy and growing at its own max capacity. The biggest mistake men make is focusing on the belief that they cannot grow a beard at all, which is extremely rare. 
Fine question, and we respect your thoroughness. The fact is, Texas Beard Co. Oil and Balm are both excellent at making your beard feel, smell and look spectacular, but there are differences. Consisting solely of natural oils, Beard Oil has an easier time getting to and being absorbed by your skin to minimize beard itch and flaking. Beard Balm, meanwhile, provides more and longer lasting control through the addition of natural butters (our balm contains no wax and therefore is easier to apply and less likely to cake).
To straighten: After a hot shower, I towel dry my beard so that it is a little damp. Next I take a comb and run it through the whole beard to remove any tangles and dead hair. Next I take a round wire roll brush (wires are a half inch from the center), and roll the hair with the brush while blowing downwards with a hair dryer (make sure this is blowing hot air). Repeat the rolling and always blow down with hot hair. Next, I take beard balm (medium hold) rub a dime sized amount into my hands, and then work the balm down my sideburns and then down my beard.
Beard balm is simply a leave-in conditioner that moisturizes, conditions, softens and helps style your beard. Most beard balms contain shea butter for softening and moisturizing, sweet almond oil for conditioning and booting growth, and a protectant (such as beeswax) for sealing in moisture. These ingredients are aimed at facilitating proper beard grooming and when naturally based, should not have negative side effects on your skin or beard.
Let’s face it, anyone can grow stubble, and it doesn’t take a lot of time to do so. But we’re not talking about stubble in this post – we’re interested in a full-grown beard that gives you the manly, well-groomed look that others admire.
What will help your beard grow better is a boost in testosterone. To boost testosterone, eat more red meats, avoid soy based products, and lift weights. Other good foods are: spinach, nuts, avocados, olives, broccoli, and olive oil. Brett wrote an excellent article over on Art of Manliness about naturally boosting your testosterone.
If you’re new to the whole having a beard thing, it can seem like a challenge to learn how to trim your beard. In reality, it’s not as difficult as it seems and can be broken down into a few simple steps.
The most important factor, of course, is how it did what it’s intended to do, i.e., trim your beard and perhaps touch up other areas of your face. We also look at how much each product costs, and, as with all of our reviews, we want to cover a wide price range. Hopefully, it will help you to pick a trimmer that will serve you well for many years.
thabks for this informative post! I’ve been using tea tree essential oil on my beard for a few months. Wanting a change of scent, I think I’m going to go with the beard balm now that I know the difference! Cheers!
Most new beardsmen trim the neckline too high. The ideal location for the line is where the neck meets the head.So whatever your beard area is parallel with the ground, do not trim; whatever is parallel with the world infront of you, then it’s ok to trim.
There has been a study suggesting that coconut oil prevents hair damage while promoting hair growth. This could conclusively mean that you could use it frequently to help you with beard growth since the facial hair damage would be reduced.
Oil and Balm are very similar in that they both condition and style your beard. The main difference is that beard balm will do a little more to shape and hold your beard. Beard oil is usually enough for short beards, beard balm gives a little more aid to longer, wilder beards.
Unlike most OTC products, Powell’s is FDA-approved—something not mandatory for non-prescription topicals like their beard tonic. It’s also USDA approved, which also isn’t required for their purposes—it’s an extra step they chose to take to ensure their customers of their exacting quality standards.
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.
Mustache wax has a stronger hold than styling balm, so a tiny bit goes a long way when it comes to unshakeable hold. As a result, a little tube of wax can last you a pretty long time. It offers a naturally flexible hold and keeps hair out of your mouth while you eat. 
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!
In the second century AD the Emperor Hadrian, according to Dion Cassius, was the first of all the Caesars to grow a beard; Plutarch says that he did it to hide scars on his face. This was a period in Rome of widespread imitation of Greek culture, and many other men grew beards in imitation of Hadrian and the Greek fashion. Until the time of Constantine the Great the emperors appear in busts and coins with beards; but Constantine and his successors until the reign of Phocas, with the exception of Julian the Apostate, are represented as beardless.
Better yet, you’ll only need to charge it for one hour to get back the full 80 minutes. You can also use the Philips Norelco 7200 while it’s charging and it includes a battery indicator to let you know when it’s charged, charging, or needs to be plugged in.
I have been growing a full beard and keeping a waxed mustache for several years but let it grow since May 2015. I am pleased with the look for my age now 70 last January. I am a long slow distance runner with long hair (Dreaded to my waist). I have added Horsetail Fern in capsules to my daily diet

The Panasonic Arc 4 features 4 blades and a dual motor that delivers the promise of a close and precise shave to the user. The blades are also honed at a 30 degree angle that intensifies their sharpness and makes them more durable. It has almost all the features of Panasonic Arc 5 and is among the most popular electric beard trimmers category.
Thanks for your question! We highly recommend sticking with all natural products for your face and beard. A lot of cleansers and shampoos have harsh chemicals that can dry out and damage hair follicles, causing brittleness. I recommend our Core Beard Kit. It has a natural soap, beard oil, and beard balm to keep your face and beard clean, healthy, and strong. Use the soap daily or every other day if you live in a very dry climate. Use the beard oil morning and night. And apply the beard balm on top of the beard oil to help you set and style your beard. It’s a very natural hold, that will help tame fly-aways, as well as seal in the moisture from the beard oil. Finish with a good Boar’s Hair Brush to make sure the oils are distributed thoroughly through your beard.
Yes, your beard lives on your face, but it’s not sentient. It doesn’t control you. There’s still a person behind the beard. Whether you’re growing a beard, have one, or choose not to have one, you’ve probably experience some sort of criticism about your facial hair. It can be about how your beard looks, the patches, people not understanding why you’re growing a beard/mustache. It can also be an internal process; beard envy is a real thing. So, let’s dive into these issues so you can combat them and keep on growing!
What you can do, however, is start applying beard oil. Oil makes your beard look and feel healthier (as well as the skin underneath) and is an important weapon in your fight against beard itch. Beard oil is your friend.
The Philips Norelco QT is the only shaver that boasts of a vacuum system to give its user mess-free stubble shave. The device also has additional features that are there in almost any performance based men’s beard trimmer that makes it a sure shot success with the male brigade. For instance, you can also adjust the settings of the trimmer for shaving beard to your desired length. Let us delve deeper into finding an insight of the product’s features, pros and cons.

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