While having beards appear not to be as trendy as it used to be a couple of years ago, a lot of men still rock the hairy look that many women seem to love.
If you’re one of those men that still rocks a full beards, there is a need for you to have a couple of grooming items to keep women loving them.
If you want your beards to be the envy of all, cop the following grooming items and keep heads turning.
Oil: With the fact that a lot of bearded folks are keen about cleaning, softening and moisturising their facial hair, the hair care industry has become a booming one. It is best for you to do your research and find out which oil fragrance you favour.
All you need is between five or six drops of oil that is combed through your beard to help hydrate the skin, maintain a healthy shine, reduce itch, and provide a pleasant scent.
Clippers: This is especially important when you have a full-blown beard that is tighter and more sculpted. Maintaining a stylish stubble shouldn’t be something that will give you a headache.
Fade your follicles a couple of inches below your jawline to tidy up the margins of your beard.
You can also give yourself a general trim at least every month or so to get rid of any split ends.
Conditioner: One thing you should realise is that the hair growing on your face is still hair and it requires a quality conditioner to keep it soft and supple. There are endless amounts of scented conditioners made of natural oils to choose from, ranging from almond and avocado to chamomile and lavender.
They help to lock in moisture and prevents your hair strands from appearing too dry and wiry. Shampooing, on the other hand tends to strip the hair of its natural oils and dehydrates your face, especially if you give it a nice lather-up your face roughly.Comb: A fine-toothed comb is a must have grooming item as it helps to get all the hair strands of your beards pointing in the same direction downwards from the face.
This helps to make your beards appear fuller and healthier, and less like a tangle of wool, by straightening out any stray fluffy bits.
It is however also important to evenly distribute your moisturising beard oil from the hair root to the tip.
Scissors: You also need a sharp pair of barber scissors if you’re to appropriately style your facial hair. You should only trim dry hair and remember to cut only a little at a time.
Remember to be patient and don’t cut off huge chunks that you can’t take back.
Nose trimmer: While this is not a particular too for your beards, it is useful if your nostril strands start wandering out of their nose holes and linking up with your moustache. They a useful in targeting the follicles that are too painful to tweeze.
A nose and ear hair trimmer is a handy addition to your grooming tools to help keep you looking a little sharper than having hair in all the places like a