Best Beard Styles You Should Try

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Best Beard Styles You Should Try

Postby hintsbrring » Mon Oct 22, 2018 5:44 pm

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Have you tried to go full Rubeus Hagrid and still found uneven growth and bald patches? Fear not gents, as the full, hipster beard is much too overrated anyway. But before you reach for the razor, let your beard grow to its fullest, this will allow the hair follicles to really stretch their wings, and you can keep track of what those hairs are doing. Yes, it will be itchy and downright annoying to maintain (beard oil, combing, trimming), but if you’ve never grown a full beard in all its patchy, imperfect glory, how else are you going to assess the troublesome areas?

Once you’ve grown out your beard in full, finding patches amongst your hairy contours is understandably a pain in ones life. So if the problem areas are visibly unsightly, it’s worth going in the for shave, keeping some mid-length stubble – because that’s quite frankly, an attractive feature many women notice. At this stage, it’s worth accepting your imperfect whiskers for what they are – and in some ways, it’s very modern to leave the front door in the morning, showing the world that you’re a man that sprouts imperfectly perfect facial hair. After all, you’re not Homer Simpson.
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Re: Best Beard Styles You Should Try

Postby graduateduser » Mon Oct 22, 2018 7:16 pm

hintsbrring wrote:Image
Have you tried to go full Rubeus Hagrid and still found uneven growth and bald patches? Fear not gents, as the full, hipster beard is much too overrated anyway. But before you reach for the razor, let your beard grow to its fullest, this will allow the hair follicles to really stretch their wings, and you can keep track of what those hairs are doing. Yes, it will be itchy and downright annoying to maintain (beard oil, combing, trimming), but if you’ve never grown a full beard in all its patchy, imperfect glory, how else are you going to assess the troublesome areas?

Once you’ve grown out your beard in full, finding patches amongst your hairy contours is understandably a pain in ones life. So if the problem areas are visibly unsightly, it’s worth going in the for shave, keeping some mid-length stubble – because that’s quite frankly, an attractive feature many women notice. At this stage, it’s worth accepting your imperfect whiskers for what they are – and in some ways, it’s very modern to leave the front door in the morning, showing the world that you’re a man that sprouts imperfectly perfect facial hair. After all, you’re not Homer Simpson.


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We would just like to clarify something with you, although Summer is here, you don’t have to shave off your beard! Beards are actually very beneficial in the warmer seasons, they offer some great cooling properties. There are of course negatives to having a beard in hot weather; the sweats, the ice cream eating, the burger sauce, sun-cream (we could go on)… We fully support the summer beard and want to give you some top tips on how you maintain strong and healthy foliage. You only have to make a few slight adjustments to your daily grooming routine to prevent heat damage and breakage.
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Re: Best Beard Styles You Should Try

Postby hintsbrring » Mon Oct 22, 2018 7:18 pm

If you’re looking for a one-time purchase of a cheap barbershop quality beard trimmer Beard Resource, then look no further than Remington's Virtually Indestructible.
As the name implies, this virtually indestructible trimmer comes with a 15-piece kit of different length-adjusting combs, blade-oil, travel bag, comb & brush. Honestly, most bearded brothers will just be using the trimmer as is, without any combs or such; and that’s where this nice looking yellow Remington works perfectly. It’s just a nice quality trimmer that lasts for a lifetime, gets the job done, and doesn’t jam, snag, or pull your beard.

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