Beards are all the rage these days. More and more men are connecting with their inner masculinity to grow their facial hair.
Everyone from regular guys to MMA stars like McGregor know the advantages of beards
However, it can be hard to grow your beard if you’re not around other men who are also interested in growing beards but it is not impossible.
You will come across (many) naysayers who will doubt you and your commitment. They will tag it as the action of an insecure individual bent on doing something different. This is completely untrue. One of the most authentic hallmarks of masculinity is facial hair. A self-doubting male can hardly succumb the sheer will to grow – much less maintain and care for that lion’s mane.
But there is a really big sticking point for men and that is they are scared about how their beards will look. Today, there are many great beard care products on the market and while you might be clueless about what that means, don’t worry its not rocket science.
You have to do your research and find the ones that work for you – but they can help with the new growth, itching, dandruff and much more. Don’t worry about whether it suits you or not – because a beard looks great on every man. Yes, you read that right. Every man can and does look great with facial hair because that’s his natural, masculine look.
The only issue is researching proper beard care before you start because with just a little bit of adequate attention you can have a great looking beard. There are a couple things you need right off the bat and others you can acquire later. First of all, get a nice beard conditioner and a nice comb. You need the beard conditioner to account for any natural oil that gets absorbed by your skin as your beard grows out. You know what happens when you have dry skin? You get itchy and then you keep scratching and scratching until it gets red and event starts to bleed. That’s exactly the situation you want to prevent with your facial hair. You need the comb to smooth out the tangles and the knots. Regular hair combs are often too-wide to do a good job, you need a fine toothed comb that works best for beards. These are the two main essentials of beard care. Everything else is peripheral.
After that you can experiment with washes and other products. You might think of beards as a niche market but this is a evergreen trend that is not going away and you can now find quality products as it beard care becomes more and more mainstream.
Many men hesitate and hesitate and ultimately lose the will to grow a beard. By researching ahead of time and gaining the confidence that you can deal with whatever challenges your beard throws at you, you will be better prepared to find the ideal solution to your situation.