Sporting a beard is a timeless fashion trend. From cavemen displaying their trademark ragged and dishevelled beards, to the neatly trimmed stubbles from today’s male fashion icons, the trends for facial hair is continually passed from father to son. While in caveman times it was inevitable to have a unkempt beard, nowadays the beard and stubble has become more of a fashion statement than a necessity. Although today’s society often demand the male to be clean shaven, the beard and stubble are continually knocking at the door of todays ‘norm’.
Many things indicate manliness, but the beard has to be at the top of the list. For centuries the beard was a significant cog in the many religions that men practised, however in the 21st century men with beards found themselves having a significant advantage in the fashion business. The thought of Sean Connery not supporting his trademark beard does not offer a image of one we would all recognise. As well as this, growing a new beard requires a lot of patience, giving to the idea that a man that does have a beard shows a man who has lots of character as well as plenty of maturity.
When it comes to styling and trimming and general beard care, a man should try out the huge variety of styles that are available. Until you try out one of these styles you will not know whether it suits or not!. To be able to apply these styles in the best possible way to your beard it is well advised to have a clean and hygienic beard.
You must frequently exfoliate and shampoo your beard, also be sure to use conditioner which will in turn remove grease and dirt from your beard. The best way to dry your beard is to pat dry with a soft towel, then apply moisturiser which will prevent your facial hair from drying out and also help with any itchiness you may be experiencing. After the drying treatment be sure to use an comb to prevent any tangles and also to help with shaping your beard after washing. At this point you may also wish to use scissors or a beard trimmer for styling.
To help prevent uneven growth of the beard you may be required to occasionally trim or shave the beard, say around once a month, or as when needed. Most men do not have any problems growing a beard; however men that are trying this for the first time may discover a few problems along the way.
Your beard deserves and needs to be cared for and treated in the same way as the hair on your head to make sure that it does not become tangled and dry. Getting the end result of a fantastically handsome beard can be relatively easily reached with simple washing, conditioning and trimming.