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I got to spend a week rafting the Grand Canyon. Camping under stars. Only carrying a small bags worth.
But I definitely made room for @bairdsbeardoil on my trip, nothing like the “cats meow”
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Wiseman once said “always trust a man with a beard”
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Due to the popularity of Braw Beard Wash, the last batch sold out faster than expected.
It's back now though!
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Which grooming tool should you use on your beard? ✂️ Each tool has it's pros and cons. It's probably a good idea to set your goals for how you want your beard to look post-trim. Also take into consideration what your experience level is with both instruments before jumping the gun. ⠀⠀
Trimmers have skyrocketed in popularity amongst beardsmen. For a lot of guys sporting facial hair, it's a quick, efficient, and painless way to trim down the scuff and keep your appearance neat. ⠀⠀
Although it's quick and easy, using clippers also increases the chance of screwing up. It takes the smallest muscle spasm or twitch to cut too much hair off your beard. A simple screw up can quickly lead to a completely shaven face. ⠀⠀
This is not to scare anyone away from using them. Just be mindful, and never rush through a beard trimming. ⠀⠀
If you're rocking a short (corporate) beard or stubble style, don't even bother pulling the scissors out of the drawer. Especially if your beard style is all one length. With clipper you have the ability slap on a razor guard that suites your need, and simply run it through your beard. ⠀⠀
Scissors are for the men who have a little more to lose when it comes to beard trimming mistakes. It is a little bit tough to have a huge screw up when trimming your beard with scissors. This is not to say it can't be done. Scissors still require caution and patience. ⠀⠀
With a sharp pair of quality grooming scissors, you can take as much or as little length off your beard as you'd like, and achieve the shape you desire. Scissors are also great for targeting the stubborn split ends that grow horizontally out of your face. ⠀⠀
Simply put, scissors are not not as fast, as easy, or as efficient as trimmers. It also takes a bit more finesse and technique. They key to success is to be patient and always take a little off at a time. Another attractive aspect of scissors is you can take as much length of your beard as you'd like without making it appear thinner and less dense. If you are going for length, don't bother with your trimmers, use your scissors to maintain your beard. Snip away any visible split ends without taking length away from the beard. ⠀⠀
Beard Candi says:
Myth 1 - Beards are always dirty... We simply don't believe that, everyone knows that not all beards are like Tom Hanks in Castaway or your friendly neighborhood lumberjack, but they do get dirty, as does anything if you spill food, or touch it with dirty hands. Luckily for you we have a Solution, Our beard washes are formulated to keep your beard clean. But there are handy prevention tips:
Keep your hands off your Beard
Use Beard Candi to help sooth the Itch
And if you must touch your beard, Make sure you have clean hands. 👌
The answer depends on how you blow dry your beard.
Heat is terrible for hair. The combination of high speed and hot air dries out beard and skin. Your beard will feel brittle; your skin will become dry and flakey, making beard dandruff worse.
The following method will not only safely dry your beard, but also train and shape it.
1. After a shower, pat – don’t rub – your beard with a towel until it’s damp rather than soaking wet.
Let your beard air dry until it’s 70-80% of the way dry.
Protect your beard by first applying a few drops of beard oil.
2. Turn the temperature down to the coolest setting on your blow dryer.
3. Hold the blow dryer nozzle about 6 inches from your face. Start blow drying your beard while pointing the nozzle downward.
4. While blow drying, use a comb to section out your beard and straighten unruly kinks. At the chin, comb up and out while pointing the blow dryer to the section you’re working on.
5. Once your beard is dry, preserve your handiwork with a coat of beard balm. This will rehydrate skin and hair, which is especially vital if you blow dry on a regular basis.
To summarize: it’s ok to use a blow dryer as long as you do it the right way! ————————————————————————