In the previous blog, we covered how to keep your beard looking clean and healthy. In today's blog, we will focus on the tools you need to give your beard the style you want!
Needless to say, a perfect beard needs a bit of care and attention. Washing your beard with a beard wash and applying your beard oil and/or beard balm will help keep it clean, soft and hydrated. But to make sure it maintains its shape and doesn't look untidy and patchy, you will need a few tools, to help along the way...
- Beard Brush
- Beard comb
You will typically need a beard comb if your beard is slightly longer. This is because your beard brush will only go through the surface and help shape your beard and distribute the oils and balm evenly. Your comb will help detangle longer hair and help your beard oil penetrate deeper inside the beard. The kind of comb to use will mostly depend on your personal preference. King's Crown Prestige Pocket Comb with fine and coarse teeth is a great versatile option that can be used both for head and facial hairs, and the King's Crown Beard Pocket Comb version is the perfect comb to carry with you wherever you go!
Check King's Crown Facial Hair Kit for an all in one option that includes a beard brush, a comb and scissors to ensure that you can take care of your beard wherever you may be!
- Beard trimmer
There isn't one ideal beard trimmer that works for everyone. This is usually a personal choice that depends on the shape you want to give your beard, and its size. But whatever your style, we recommend that you trim your beard regularly to ensure it grows strong and it maintains the desired shape. Wahl Rechargeable Beard Trimmer is a great option for a product that is not expensive, includes guards for all stages of beard growth - stubble, medium and long - and can be used with or without a cord. BabylissPRO Gold FX Skeleton on the other hand is a real professional tool that is ideal for outlining beards, for any detail work and for crisp line up!
These two blogs are your road map for all you need to clean, hydrate, shape and style your beard. Now the ball is in your court! Having a beard is a continual work in progress and it's the attention to detail that will make it and you look great!
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!
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Razor looking a little dull? Not sure whether or not it’s time to switch out that razor you’ve had for - god knows - how many weeks? Well, question no more! Here are some notes that will help you determine how often you should change your razor blade before it causes any irritation or damage to your skin!
Black heads are one of those things that are difficult to get rid of in life. Of course, you can easily remove them with a nasal strip, but did you know that they can harm your skin and refill with bacteria where it once was? Leading you to the same spot you were two weeks ago. Let's talk about our strawberry nose for a moment, shall we?
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