How to Grow a Beard – 3 Easy Steps to Grow a Mustache


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If you’re into fashion then the truth is that there’s plenty to know about how to grow a beard. I’ve been a beard guy for a long time now, I just turned 30. And I must say I like it! I mean look at all those celebrities with their massive beards – what’s their secret? I’ll tell you one thing – they’re all properly hydrated.

One important aspect of your new beard is to ensure that it looks good on you. This will be important for obvious reasons, but let’s talk about how to do it properly. Like most hair styles the best way to grow a long one is to start from the chin up. So the first step to take is to make sure that your neckline is strong and smooth.

Tips on Growing a Healthy Beard or Mustache

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The next thing that you need to think about when growing a beard is about growing from the chin up, not the neckline. So make sure you shave your neckline, not your cheeks. The reason is because when you shave your neckline it cuts off all the blood flow to that area, and this leads to your beard taking longer to grow. So what you want to do is trim away all the extra hair along the sides of your neckline, this way all the blood and nutrients will get to your beard.

Another important thing to know about how to grow a beard is that you need to keep your skin clean and moisturised. When it comes to growing a proper beard you need to protect your skin, so try washing every morning with warm water and a good quality facial cleanser. If you use a poor quality cleanser then you’re just wasting your time, you can easily get a really good quality face wash at your local supermarket, just ask them and most of them have a good range.

Another tip on how to grow a beard faster is that you must make sure you always have a good shaving routine. You need to start with a really clean shave, and then after that you can move on to a neck or back shave. Don’t go straight for the neck or behind the ears, that will just end up making your beard even thicker and itchy. After you’ve got that done, get a straight shaver and start shaving in the direction of your hair growth, this will stop your beard from being dry and hard.

One useful piece of equipment which you can use to help you learn how to grow a beard faster is a round brush and some shaving foam. Using a round brush regularly will soften the hair, and helps to increase the blood flow to the beard area. Also when you’re shaving your skin along with your facial hair make sure you move your head slowly and carefully. You can learn how to do this using a professional electric shaver, or if you want a more personal experience then try a handheld electric shaver like the Braun. Using a good quality shaving foam is also useful because it stops the hairs from drying out by expanding the skin pores.

Biotin is an important part of helping your skin to grow, and is found in many fruits and vegetables as well as in some meats. Unfortunately biotin is not available in the form you may be used to take, so buying supplements in tablet or capsule form is your best option. Once you’ve taken your biotin supplement it’s important to remember to keep up your hair growth. The way biotin works is by helping the body to produce hair growth cells, these cells are located deep within the hair follicles. So just by taking biotin regularly you’ll find your beard will grow back quickly and thickly.

End Note

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Finally it’s worth knowing the different stages of beard hair growth. The anagen phase is when the hairs are growing actively and looking good, the telogen phase is when they begin to thin and fall out, and the downer phase is when all hairs have fallen out and the hairs start to thin again. It’s during the anagen phase that people usually get the most successful results. By speeding up this process by using special herbs you should be able to get a thicker, fuller, hairier beard quickly and naturally.

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