Beard 101


Welcome to Beard 101: Here you will learn beard care tricks that will keep your beard the center of attention.


Rule# 1, You must be Patient

When you first start growing your beard, resist the urge to trim or style, leaving it untouched for the first 4-6 weeks. This will allow the hairs to grow in evenly (keep in mind some hair grows faster than others. After allowing your beard to naturally do what it wants it is now time you pick a style that suits its length and thickness.

Rule #2, Shape your beard to YOUR face

Your beard should fit the shape of your face. Look at the chart below to find your face shape and which style beard works best for you.

Rule #3 Trimming/ When and How

Trimming is key to a well-groomed beard—even if you plan on having a full beard. It is crucial to Invest in a quality trimmer. We will discuss how to properly trim your beard in the following post.

Rule #4 Wash It Regularly

Washing your face and budding beard is essential in the early stages of growth. It is important to clean trapped food and old skin cells off of your face as it can exacerbate the itchiness. Cleansing your beard daily with Juices and Berries specialized cleanser, will leave skin and beard refreshed. Be sure to gently pat it dry but don't over do it, as drying with a towel can lead to frizz and split ends.

Rule #5 Beard Serum is your best-friend

Nothing tames a beard like regular use of Juices and Berries beard serum. Serum will condition hairs to make them manageable, softer and shinier.

Rule #6 Training Your Beard

Trimming beard regularly will maintain your chosen shape, but it’s not the only way to keep your beard in line. Combing and brushing beard will train stubborn hairs, to grow in a downward direction. Juices and Berries Beard Butter lends some extra sculpting power while taming any flyaways.

Rule #7 Feed the Beard

Did you know that your beard is made from protein and fat?  Your beards growth is reliant on many Vitamins some to include B5, B3, and B9. So adding lean meats, nuts, egg yolks, milk, and plenty of leafy greens to your diet, will not only improve your overall health but also help the growth of your beard.

 

 

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