Say Goodbye To Your Patchy Beard: Here’s How You Can Get the Thick Beard of Your Dreams
No Shave November is just around the corner and if you want to sport a luscious, non-patchy beard, you’re going to have to put in some effort.
Patchy beards can be especially tricky because you’re always caught between the limbo of never being able to grow it out. Some of the most prevalent underlying causes of a patchy beard include genetics, age, hormone imbalances, or medical conditions like alopecia. Constant shaving can also cause ingrown hairs and irritated skin.
With the right care and products, you can make your beard look less patchy and fuller in due time. Progress takes time and change doesn’t happen over time. Everyone has a different hair type and beard styles and even people who are blessed with a naturally thick beard need to invest time to make sure it looks its best.
Here’s what you can do to sport the best beard this fall.
Grow it out
Be patient and don’t give up when you start growing your beard. Resist the urge to constantly fix or worry about what it looks like. Give the patches some time to develop and if your beard starts to itch, make sure you’re moisturizing it.
Try not to compare you beard with someone else’s as well or think it should look a certain way. An occasional trim is best to keep its natural patterns robust. Remember, all good things to those who wait!
Keep it clean
A beard can lead to dandruff and other skin conditions. This could be because you’re neglecting skincare as well as beard care! Just like for your hair, your beard needs products as well to keep it clean. The skin on the scalp is different than the one on your face so don’t think you can rub in your shampoo. Clean hair is more likely to grow faster and look better!
Use plenty of conditioner
To keep the beard from getting too scruffy and irritating your skin, you need to condition it regularly. This helps to keep the hair soft and in place as well. Stray hair can be more annoying because they come into contact with your skin but taming them with conditioner is healthier and safer. Make sure you brush your beard regularly to stimulate growth, and distribute products evenly. Plus, it makes you feel good!
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