4 TOP TIPS TO HELP YOU GROW A BIG BEARD


In life we are often told that bigger is better, and that certainly applies in the furry face department. Me, myself have a rather lengthy bushy ginger beard that I've now been growing for over 2 years. It wasn't always an easy task to continue growing, as at times it just didn't seem to sit right, and often made me feel somewhat scruffy, more so in the early stages. So today, I wanted to share some more of my wisdom with you, as I grant you 4 Top Tips To Help Grow A Big Beard...

BE PATIENT MY FELLOW FURRY FACED FRIEND!

The first tip is kind of a given, but you gotta let that beard grow out my friend! Don't expect to decide to grow out a beard on the Friday and magically wake up on the Sunday with the beard of your dreams upon your face. If only life was ever that simple! Truth is, it takes bags of time, sweat, tears and a whole lotta love and patience to master the perfect beard. So relax more as you wait for the magic to happen.

TRIM THOSE CHEEK LINES AS YOU GO, BRO!

Once your face fluff has reached a certain length you might want to consider tidying up on those cheek lines. Often if left to their own devices you can quickly lose your beards shape as your cheeks begin to fill out with uneven facial hairs. It is however important to wait a little before doing so, in order to know how your beard will grow and sit upon your face. If you go at it too soon you run a higher risk of making trimming mistakes, which nobody wants. So, timing really is everything.

BEARD GROOMING TOOLS ARE YOUR BEST FRIEND!

It's never too early to start practicing a healthy grooming reshime. So start as you mean to go on and treat yourself to a handy helping of TBS beard oil and balm. In doing so you'll be treating both your face and your newfound stubble with everything it could possibly need to grow big, loud and proud into the magnificent beard you desire and rightfully deserve. If you are looking for a balanced wash and conditioner to help keep your beard clean and dandruff free, may I suggest you stick with a wash that's specifically designed with both you and your beard in mind. If you choose to use your standard over the counter shampoos and conditioners you'll run the risk of stirring in a few added issues to both your skin and beard later on down the line, from added dryness to your facial hair and dry itchy, flakey skin issues due to these products being designed for the use of the hair on your head rather than your face. Although such items can prove a little tricky to come by you can always rely on us. Visit our exclusive online store for more info.

TIME TO GET A TRIM AND TIDY MISTER BEARDY!

This might seem like a trick suggestion, but taking the time to help keep your beard in shape can make your furry face forest appear fuller and longer. Now, when I say 'have a trim' I am not suggesting that you slap out the razor and hack away and your lovely flowing face locks, I'm simply suggesting you should either take a little time aside yourself or visit your local trusted barber and have those sideburns shaped and shortened, leaving your beards length if possible to continue on it's growing journey. By doing this you'll help stop your beard from appearing fuzzy and scruffy in appearance whilst making the length of your beard look at it's absolute best. It works a treat, believe me Brother.

Well, there goes another beard blog for today my good friends. As always I love to read your thoughts and feedback. So if you have anything you'd like to add, or possibly make a suggestion for a future beard related blog topic you'd like to read in the near future, take a few minutes to do so in the comments section you'll find below this very post.

And until next time, Beard on Brothers, Beard on...

2 comments


  • Fran O'Reilly

    IN REPLY TO RIKUS BROODRYK

    Hi Rikus, thanks for taking the time to stop by and read our blog! We always appreciate our readers feedback so thanks for taking the time to do so!

    Can I ask how long you have been growing out your beard? And where abouts the patchy areas are forming? I wouldn’t suggest you try trimming anything as of yet, as you might just want to hold off any trimming for now and see how the beard grows and begins to fill out.

    Usually wilder beards take a little more time and effort in comparison to another, mine is very much like this, and I find our ‘TBS’ balms help shape things up nicely giving me more control of my usually wild beard whilst giving the appearance of my beard looking fuller and thicker.

    I hope this info helps, and if you have anything else I can help with do not hesitate to make contact with us again!

    Cheers!

    - The Beard Struggle


  • Rikus Broodryk

    Thanks for the Great Beard Blog

    My Beard Appears to look fluffy, untidy and bold spots.
    I am to scared to take a trim bud if I do will it look less fluffy, more tidy and appear more full and will it also grow out better?

    Kind Regard
    Rikus


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