Gone are those days when men with the clean-shaven look made women’s heads turn. But now, men with beard gain more attention. Some of the examples from Bollywood include Hrithik Roshan, Varun Dhawan, Ranveer Singh, and Sunil Shetty.
If you love sporting a beard look, then you must start following some grooming tips for your facial hair (beard).
Cleaning and moisturizing are the main steps, to begin with. It is important because we usually get exposed to pollution and dust outside.
So this becomes necessary to buy a natural shampoo for washing your facial hair with conditioning.
If you do it three times a week, only then it will help in keeping your beard aloof from dandruff and itchiness.
Other than washing, if you want your beard to be soft, then oiling comes as a better solution. Buy a beard oil for yourself from one of the online stores.
Start applying it on your beard after a shower bath with warm water as it will result in opening up your pores of the facial skin. This indeed will help in keeping your facial hair healthy and hydrated in a natural way.
The next grooming tip is applying balm to your beard. It will work as a moisturizer. They are just akin to oils which will make your beard feel soft and supple.
But using a balm will prove beneficial in comparison to oils due to its thickness. So bring a beard balm and apply around massaging to your beard daily.
Well, this tip might sound odd especially for those who want to grow a beard. But trimming is indeed a genuine idea.
The reason I am suggesting it is because it will help in the stimulation of facial hair. If not done, then your beard might not appear to be properly arranged. Instead, it will appear unruly.
So for this reason, one needs to trim it. On the other side, it is good for those who don’t want a bushy beard.
Just like you daily comb your hair while going to the office, now make a habit of brushing your beard regularly with a bristle brush comb. But mind you, it should not be shared with others.
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