Beard grooming tips : 3 Things To Do For a 'Good Beard Day'

Facial hair and hair on our heads are not exactly the same for a number of reasons. If you or your significant other has shaved in the past, the facial is likely to be a lot thicker. So when we try to grow or keep a beard-the inevitable itchyness, dryness, redness will occur, and when we scratch our beards, not only do we end up causing pain to relieve that itch, but we also mess up the beard's hair.

There's a much simpler way-just remember to follow the three cardinal rules of beard grooming, and you'll be on your way to a good beard day every day.

Beard is a responsibility because it’s a gift that is not given to everybody.

First and foremost 

When you take a shower in the morning, use a good beard shampoo or a soft beard soap to wash your beard. Ideally you want some natural good oils or aloe vera or lime-these products are good and clean up the dirt and build-up of your facial hair and skin pores. If you avoid this first step, you'll be setting yourself up for more itchyness later on. Rub in a small amount gently working your way to the tips and roots of your facial hair-whether it's new growth or whether you've had a beard for ten years. Just massage the tips of your fingers as gently as you can. Wash as you would normally do, and that's the first step.


While your beard hair is still wet-use a towel to gently work your way down. Don't go up, otherwise you're going to get it all frazzled up. Don't go down-work with gravity. While your facial hair is still a bit damp, use a beard comb or if you need to untangle (if you have a larger beard)-then use a wide-toothed comb first, because a narrow-toothed comb will pull on your tangles. Again, just like a towel, you're combing down as gently and smoothly as you can.

The third step 

It's to use a good leave-in beard conditioner, either as an oil or as a wax, to give you a good hold for the day. Never use a lot-just a little, and then just comb it again. This third step is very important because the oil like jojoba or olive is really good at reducing itching and scratching-and it will work to reduce beard dandruff.

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