There’s this saying my bearded friends tell our female friends, they say “If your man doesn’t have a beard then you’re dating a Lesbian”. I don’t know how true that is but who am i to disagree..lol. For most men they find it hard to grow a luscious beard but the thing is it can be done.. as far you follow these rules..
1. JUST ALLOW IT GROW: It is going to take a few months to get your beard looking just the way you want it. Whether you plan to keep it short or grow it longer, you will need to make sure that it is shaped for your face. This involves trimming, but don’t start trimming until your beard is a bit longer than you actually want it to be. Then you can start trimming and shaping.
2. MAINTAIN IT: In addition to trimming, you should also be combing or brushing your beard regularly. “This is going to help train the hairs to grow in the same direction so your beard isn’t sloppy or scruffy looking. It is also important to brush or comb against the grain so the hairs stand out. Do this just before trimming to make the job a lot easier. Brushing should be done daily, and brushing and trimming done every couple of weeks.
3. USE THE RIGHT CONDITIONER: You also need to use a good conditioner on your beard. It is recommended that you use a conditioner that is thick, which will help keep the beard hairs from becoming overly wiry. Just like with your hair, let the conditioner sit for a couple of minutes before rinsing it out.
4. SHAMPOO MATTERS: It is as important to wash your beard as it is to wash your hair, and you need to use the right shampoo. Don’t use the same bar of soap that you would use to wash your body. This is going to dry out the beard hairs, as well as your facial skin. Use shampoo that is mild and contains moisturizers.
5. USE THE RIGHT BEARD TOOLS: There are certain tools you will need to have in order to have a great looking beard. One of them is a good trimmer for the edge of your beard. You will also need to have scissors and a good comb for shaping your beard. You won’t cut as much off by mistake with scissors as you can with a decent pair of trimmers.
6. IGNORE THE ITCHING: For the first few weeks, you are going to experience a lot of itching while your beard is coming in. This is the time when many men give up and shave, because they just can’t handle the itchiness. Ignore it, and it will be worth it in the long run. The itchiness will go away after a few weeks, and you will hardly notice it after that.