8 Tips To Keeping a Healthy Beard

One thing we know most guys are dedicated to is their beards. Females have all that shampoo thing going for them, hair washing, manicure, pedicure, stylish outfits, make up and all sorts. But the guys are just on to their beards and its grooming. So on this one guys, we’ll be giving you tips to Keeping those sexy beards healthy.

Don’t be in a hurry:

A great beard takes time to grow so you just have to let it be. Don’t try to trim or cut it for about 4-6 weeks after it first starts to grow. That way your hairs can grow equally and then you can style it whichever way you want, that’ll suit your facial structure.

Get the right look for your facial structure: You wouldn’t wear a size 42 shoe when you’re a 46, likewise, when trimming your beard choose something that will suit your facial structure and make you look good. You can consult from your ‘skilled’ barber or surf the net for similar facial structures and beards.

Wash It frequently:
This is highly essential to having a healthy look, especially for the guys with full beards. Sometimes, you could get food and stuff trapped in your beard. So, a good scrub with a specific cleanser will do you good.

Get oiled up: Using a beard oil will get you beard looking fluffier, tamer and shinier. Also, you can get these oils in a variety of manly scents. Not only are you getting nicer looking beards, you get to smell great.

Trim the right way and time:
Pruning Trimming is vital to a growth of a healthy beard so first, get the right tools for the job. Also, have a set time when you get to trim your beard, maybe once a week, or two weeks depending on how fast you grow. Finally, get a trimming technique in place.

Tame your beard:
A frequent trim will keep your chosen shape but a great combing or rub down with a brush will train stubborn hairs to grow in the desired direction. If you’re looking to go all out, you could use a styler, which helps to sculpt even better.

Don’t leave out the mustache: Growing out a great beard includes growing a mustache. To keep it looking pretty, trim the area under your nose with a pair of grooming scissors and sculpt it with some medium-hold wax.
Eat up: To even grow a healthy beard at all, you need the right tools in place. Your beard consists of protein and fat, but it’s also depends on Vitamins B5, B3, and B9. That includes lean meats, nuts, egg yolks, milk, and plenty of leafy greens.

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