How do I get my beard hair to lay down?
Follow these five steps to keep beard hairs from sticking out:
- Wash your beard.
- Apply beard oil.
- Comb your beard.
- Apply beard styling balm.
- Shape with a beard brush.
How do you tame an unruly beard?
How to Soften Your Beard
- Trim your beard with scissors. Often.
- Wash your beard daily. For multiple reasons.
- Apply conditioners or oils twice daily to soften beard. Twice a day, apply a beard conditioner or beard oil.
- Comb and brush your beard. A beard comb distributes any product thoroughly.
- Style your beard with balm.
Should I trim stray beard hairs?
It’s also necessary to trim it often, even if you’re in for the long haul. Trimming a beard prevents flyaways, split ends, dryness, and dishevelment. It ensures that your beard complements your face each and every day, especially if it’s working well with its shape. A beard trim will never slow growth progress, either.
Which way do you comb your beard under your chin?
Start by holding your comb with the teeth facing towards the ceiling and brush your hair out. You want to start at your neckline and brush all the way out to your chin. The reason you want to do this is because it separates all your hairs and makes your beard look fluffier.
How can I soften my beard naturally?
Are beard hair and pubic hair the same?
Sorry to break it to you, but that beard on your face is technically pubic hair. Hear us out: The term puberty is a direct descendant of “pubertatum,” the Latin word for “age of maturity” and manhood, as well as “pubertis” (“adult, full-grown, manly”).
Why is my beard so unruly?
If added length hasn’t added enough weight to get the hairs to lay flat, adding a bit of regular hair conditioner to your beard once a week can get some of those strays under control. Portions of your beard may grow in insane directions, and the only way that you can get them in line is to train them.