Here Are A Few Unwritten Tricks That Help Your Beard Grow
It's a simple mistake to make, yet the consequences can prove detrimental if doing so on a long term basis. But using the right products within your beard may prove key on your beards growth rate and success.
If you choose to use standard hair conditioners and shampoos you run the risk of stripping the naturally created oils that your beard produces. In turn, this will cause extra added dryness within your beard, which may cause added problems such as beard split ends and 'beard-ruff'.
I appreciate many of us lead a rather hectic lifestyle, be it for work or pleasure. But if you lead an active and healthy balanced lifestyle your beard will be certain to reap the benefits in doing so. As well as regular exercising, choose to balance your diet around foods that are naturally rich in vitamins. Try to skip fast food as and when possible, although I am guilty as charged for being a proud pizza and double cheeseburger destroyer (pepperoni and pineapple toppings are life!) And drink plenty of fresh water to help flush out the nasties whilst staying as hydrated as possible.
There is one simple word that can scare any bearded gentleman into submission, and the word is 'Trimming'.
Being an avid supporter of a good professional beard trim that word still doesn't sit well with me when hearing it. But, choosing the right time to treat yourself to a beard trim can help grant you a fuller, longer looking beard. The key here is not to trim too soon. As in doing so you'll only be chopping away at all the hard work you have already put into growing out your manly-mane.
This mistake is an easy one to make, especially so when you first start out on your beard growing journey. When your beard reaches a certain length and begins to look super bushy as well as long, a simple light trim will make your beards length appear longer. As by trimming your beards sideburns and tidying up any loose scraggly ends gives your beard a fuller looking appearance in comparison to leaving the wispy bits to continue to grow out as they wish.
So, don't instantly assume that a trim is a bad thing. As if done correctly and at the right time, it can be rather beneficial to you and your marvelous beard.