FOUR SIGNS YOU MIGHT BE READY FOR A BEARD TRIM
Hello and a very good day from ours to yours a TBS. I sure hope that today's post sees you well as we begin with today's topic at hand, titled - Four Signs You Might Be Ready For A Beard Trim.
And so, let us begin...
YOUR FACE GRUFF LOOKS MESSY AND UNKEPT!
Whilst this might be a rather obvious pointer, when your face gruff appears scruffy and unkempt in appearance, it's probably time to take a trip to the barbershop.
Sometimes men who are aiming to achieve long lustful beards forget that you have to maintain one's beard in order to achieve beard greatness.
Letting your face fur grow our and untamed will not only look scruffy, but you'll ever full find the results you were first hoping for.
So, now when it's time to take the chop, literally.
BEARD OILS AND BALMS CAN'T EVEN TAME THE BEAST!
So, you've woke up looking like an extra from Hobo Joe the musical, and despite how much tender love and beard care you produce, your beard just isn't playing ball.
Those beard curls and kinks just won't settle no matter what you try, well, this is another clear-cut sign that a little trim might be in order.
YOUR SIDEBURNS OUR OUTTA CONTROL!
This problem usually arises for those who, like myself, have shorter, buzz cut hairstyles. When we grow out our facial hair it can soon become thicker and rather troublesome at our sideburns area, proving rather tricky to tame down and control.
The easiest option is, of course, to trim down the troublesome burns, which usually requires a professional hand, i.e a barber or if you have the right tools for the job you can go it alone in the comfort of your own home.
YOU EAT MORE BEARD THAN FOOD AT MEAL TIME!
Finding you are chewing on your mustache rather than your fries and cheeseburger at lunchtime? Might you think it may be time to take a light trim?
One thing that grows so fast on me (no not that, keep it PG!) is my mustache. It is the one area on my face which I have to keep trimmed down neat and tidy.
I personally choose to groom my facial hair myself in the comfort of my home. This has taken lots of practice to master and does require constant attention to detail.
If this is something you are unsure of doing I would suggest leaving it to the barbershop who may know what's best for both you and your face fuzz.
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