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5 Tips for Caring for a Beard to Stay Neat and Awake

Tips for Caring for a Beard to Stay Neat and Awake - Maintaining thick beards and mustaches is now a trend among men, especially those who live in urban areas. David Beckham, Adam Levine, Jake Gyllenhaal, and several other male celebrities are said to be the driving force for the development of trends that were initially more popular among hipsters.

But behind the trends and impressions of sexy and masculine from growing facial hair, there are negative effects that accompany. Experts from the Birmingham Trichology Center say that facial hair can trigger skin infections and spread germs to other people. Its rough and stiff texture makes dirt and germs more easily trapped and lodged between mustaches and beards.

Tips for Caring for a Beard to Stay Neat and Awake
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Ladies, have a partner who also has - or is looking to keep - a beard and mustache like the celebrities above? Then you need to know five things that must be considered in treating and growing facial hair. He can do it himself, or you help him. The following are the tips outlined by Tony DeAngelis from the Blue & Black shop bar in Brooklyn, as quoted from Details.

1. Adjust the Shape of the Face

The shape and 'groove' of beards can vary from person to person, depending on their face type. The right beard shape can 'frame' the face to make it look more attractive and highlight the best features of the face.

"Create a beard shape that follows the natural curvature of your face. Ask the barber to adjust it to the direction of hair growth, so that the beard looks unified and neat," Tony said.

Make sure the beard arch is not too high from the jaw because it will look unnatural. Unless you want to form a chinstrap-style beard (beard that connects from sideburns to chin).

2. Oil

Like skin and hair on other body parts, beards and mustaches (along with the skin below) also need moisture. Beard and surrounding skin tend to be prone to dryness and itching. Use special oil for facial hair containing argan or jojoba oil.

"This type of oil does not make a beard and mustache or the surrounding skin is slippery and oily, so it looks more natural," Tony said.

3. Avoid Shampoo

Shampoo can make the skin around the face dry, then avoid shampoo to clean it. Tony recommends using a soft-form facial cleansing soap that can cleanse and moisturize. Choose mint or wood to make it more fragrant.

"Shampoo can remove natural oils from hair and skin," he said.

4. Keep Mouth Hygiene

Hair around the mouth is susceptible to bacteria and germs. If it is not kept clean, it can transmit germs or diseases to oneself or others (through touch, when eating or when kissing). Therefore it is very important to maintain cleanliness in the mouth area. Brush your teeth twice a day, rinse after eating and diligently tidy up the hair in the area.

5. Overcoming Tangle

The hair on the face can also experience the name 'bad hair day'. Usually what often happens is a beard that is wrinkled and very dry. You can tidy it up with nail clippers. Cut the ends of the hair that is tangled and curved, then trim it with a thin-toothed comb and rarely.

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