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Research for a look that fits YOU 

It takes skill, though. A perfectly trimmed beard still requires time, focus and style. You might think that shaving and trimming here, and there is good enough—nope. You still have to learn what works for your face. What could work for Keanu Reeves could look funny on you. Try researching. Look for celebrity beards online or just about any photo of a man with a beard. Find one that’s very similar to the shape of your face and has just about the same amount of facial hair. Try the style and if it doesn’t work, then try another style. Anyway, your hair will grow again if you make a mistake. You can shave your face clean anytime.

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Be patient

The first rule if you want a really nice looking beard is that you cannot force it. You don’t want patches of hair in the wrong places or long hairs that you can count with your fingers on one hand. It’s a myth what they say that you can shave often to make hair thicker, or you can eat some kind of special diet to grow hair.

Hair growers that usually come in shampoos won’t be much help either. So if you don’t have the hair, don’t force it. You can focus on another part of your body to work on instead—maybe abs or muscles?

In the begging get professional help

If you want a perfectly trimmed beard, nothing beats going to the barber shop. Though most barbers can probably do a good job, you can check whether there’s a shop in town that specializes on beards. If you do this, though, you may need to come back at least once a week for a trim. This could be costly, and that would take a lot of your time and effort. If you can learn how to do it on your own, wouldn’t you?

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Get a beard trimmer too. Most recommendations we could find from the pros is the Norelco QT4070 from Phillips. This is usually available online. You can check other brands too which could range anywhere between 20 to 100USD or 25-120AUD

Last but definitely not the least—clean your beard regularly. You don’t have to use shampoo and not just soap either. You can use a mild conditioner or oil instead to keep you beard smooth and shiny especially if you plan on keeping it long.

 

 

 

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Clean your Beard

Last but definitely not the least—clean your beard regularly. You don’t have to use shampoo and not just soap either. You can use a mild conditioner or oil instead to keep you beard smooth and shiny especially if you plan on keeping it long.

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