So, you decided to brave it alone and chose to take matters into your own hands, trimming matters to be more precise. And with what had started out as an easy task has now become much more trickier than you first thought it would have been. Then when you take a closer look in the mirror you start to see the mistakes you have made, and you ask yourself. ''Now what??''...
First up it is super important to keep calm. Whatever it is you have done, it isn't the end of the road for you and your bearding days. As thankfully facial hair does grow back, and usually at a rather fast rate as well. If you've braved the shave and completely axed away at your furry face forest, to now be greeted with a child-like appearance when you spy your reflection, the chances are you probably regret doing so. All that dedicated time to growing your face fuzz has been washed down the plug hole in a matter of minutes, quite literally. If you've trimmed the mustache a little shorter than you intended to, or maybe your beards sideburns are uneven or a touch too short, the simple fix to all of the above is to sit tight and give your stubble a chance to form out into a beard that will see rid of any possible mistakes that you've probably made.
But are there any 'quick fixes'
or 'magic tricks'
you can follow to grow back your beard any quicker? Not really, although you can take good care of your skin and stubble as soon as it begins to show though, simply by using a touch of 'TBS' beard oil and/or balm
, and keep your skin clean and clear to give your face a fighting chance in growing back it's whiskers a little quicker, fuller and a whole lot thicker. If your mistake is a minor one to have made you might be able to balance it out by mirroring the problem on the opposite side to give a more symmetrical appearance, whilst marking it down as a lesson learned for possible future reference. It's also important to note that what feels and appears to be a huge problem to you, is just that, your problem. The chances are that your friends, work colleagues and family members probably won't view it as such a big deal like you probably do, as more often than not we tend to be our own biggest critic.
So, in short if you have had a slip with the razor or gone a grade too short and now regret it, don't sweat it Brother. Simply mark it down as a learning curb and continue on forward. And always remember, beards WILL
grow back. It'll just take a little time.
That is today's beard blog my friends. If you should have any questions or possibly beard related blog topics you'd like to see featured in the not so distant future then why not leave us a lil somethin' somethin'
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And until next time, Beard on Brothers, Beard on...
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