The first step on growing a beard is letting it grow out. Hairs grow in 3 different cycles, so to achieve an even beard its essential to let the hairs grow into a scruffy stage before you begin to groom it.
The itchy phase
Growing a beard for the first few weeks can result in itchy, irritable skin. Using a beard oil will help prevent the itchiness.
To keep your beard trimmed and tidy, we suggest using a beard trimmer for ease. You should keep a comb and a small pair of scissors for tidying edges and the moustache, and keeping even length throughout. A moustache wax is a hidden secret for keeping any stray hairs tamed - and can be used to shape the moustache if you’d prefer to style it!
Regular exfoliation is a must: the process of shaving naturally exfoliates the skin and without this daily ritual, the skin beneath a beard can become flaky and dry. Use an exfoliator at least 3 times a week to keep skin in tip-top condition.
A beard will draw oil away from the skin, leaving the skin dryer beneath the beard than elsewhere on the face. A beard oil or rich moisturiser will help replenish the lost oils, and should be worked into the beard and skin after washing the face, morning and evening.
Let us know your tips to keep a beard in perfect condition and style in the comments below.
07 June 2014
Sir Nicholas' Full Beard And Majestic Moustache
Perfectly good advice and using Sartorial Moustache Wax for stray hairs and to flatten the beard on the cheeks, streamlines ones face providing a perfectly groomed beard to then style and wax ones Moustache into a magnificent feature of ones face.
Another tip...Sartorial Beard Oil can also be applied to ones Beard at bedtime and with a towel on ones pillow not only does it work through the night softening the skin and glossing the Beard, it's gentle fragrance induces a rather peaceful and blissful sleep!