Maintaining a clean and well-defined beard is essential for keeping your beard looking sharp and well-groomed. No matter how rowdy your beard may get, a clean perimeter detailing around your facial hair makes all the difference!
Here is a step-by-step guide on how to line up your beard:
Next, decide on the shape and length you want for your beard. This includes how high up you want your beard to come up on your cheeks, and how low you would want it to extend to your neck. A common technique is to draw an imaginary line from the bottom of your earlobes down to the center of your Adam's apple, and then follow this line to create a natural and symmetrical neckline. To some extent, the length of your beard has a say on how your beard starts and ends on your face and on your neck. For instance, if you keep your beard cropped closed to your face, you'd want to pay more attention to your beard neckline, making sure it matches up to the length of your beard. If you tend to keep your beard much longer - say, half way past your neck or longer - you have some leniency on how far your beard extends to your neckline, as your beard would be able to hide the neckline. In both cases, you'd want to follow your beard's natural hairline to determine how high up you want your beard to extend on your cheeks.
Once you have a clear idea of the shape you want to achieve, it's time to start trimming. Use a pair of sharp scissors or a beard trimmer to carefully trim away any hairs that fall outside of your desired beard perimeter. Be sure to hold the scissors or trimmers vertically and use the tips to make precise cuts.
After you have trimmed your beard, use your comb to evenly distribute the hair and check for any areas that may need further attention. It's always a good idea to comb your beard throughout the trimming and shaping process in order to avoid missing any stray hairs and tangles.
Finally, wash and moisturize your beard to keep it clean and healthy! A beard wash will gently help to remove any excess dirt or oil, while a beard oil or balm can help to soften and nourish the hairs.
Father's Day is June 18th, which is this Sunday- did you get Dad a gift yet?
If you haven't, you need to check out this list and grab Dad a gift that looks like you've been planning all year long!
Our weekly Father's Day Gift Guide continues with a collection of gifts for Dad that he's going to love. This week, you'll find items like a luxury shoe horns, the best electric shaver on the market, socks that really speak, and more!
Check out our entire list of Father's Day Gift Ideas, order online, and get them deleivered today!
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Spring his here and summer is quickly approaching! The sun's out longer and it's now time to update your skincare routine accordingly. Time to break out the sunscreen! But, before you just grab any old sunscreen, you would want to make sure it's the right SPF.
What is SPF? What SPF is enough? How often should sunscreen be applied? Your questions answered here!
As Julia Child once said, “No one is born a great cook, one learns from doing." Since the 1960s, cooking has been recognized to be an art.
When it comes to kitchen cuisine, the adage "practice makes perfect" is accurate. Cooking at home often will help you improve your skills and, in addition, is a healthier alternative to eating out.
In this week's blog, we've listed some ideas for you to try in the kitchen to help you become a better cook this year!
These could be gifts for your father or grandfather, your boss, the friend that goes out of his way to make sure everyone is well taken care of, or the kind-hearted, older gentleman that treats you like family. These gifts are perfect for THAT guy - or any guy you want to get a gift for - and you want to get him something he will actually use!