Beard Care

Styling Your Beard

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Styling Your Beard

Before you start wearing a new style, make sure your beard is well-groomed and clean. It may be better to start with a blank canvas in this situation.

Changing your beard care routine to create a new look would require some changes. It's time to put the old tools of the trade on the shelf and prepare for the big boy toys. To begin, you'll want to have any or all of the following important beard products on hand:


First Few Steps in Beard Styling 

- Combing your beard will help loosen it up and give you a better idea of its length and fullness. (If your beard is naturally curly, you should possibly go easy on the comb-through.)

- After you've gotten your bearings, think about which beard types might appeal to you the most.

- Your scissors and trimmer will become your most trusted tools once you've decided on a style.


Different Beard Styles

Let's take a step back for a moment. Still having trouble putting together the perfect look? Let's break down the four distinct beard styles and learn the specifics of each. This foundation will then inspire you to branch out into something more unique.


Full Beards

The full beard is the most common style because it provides the most choices. Always bear in mind that great length comes with great responsibility!


Mustache Combos

This is for the beard connoisseurs out there. Other types of facial hair can be integrated into a specific mustache design, though this may necessitate the use of additional product. You can create a wide variety of designs, from retro to timeless.


Shaped and Cut Beards 

Beard types that are intended to maintain a certain shape necessitate a little more maintenance. The results can be incredible if you're willing to put in the effort. There's a wide range of complex and intricate beard types to choose from!



There are several different types of the modest goatee to choose from. It's a perfect look for a guy who can't grow a full beard or who wants to wear a business-casual look. The goatee can be your simple, low-friction go-to style on the job site or in the home office.


The world is your oyster now that you've learned some tips and tricks for growing and sustaining a beard style. You should have a decent idea of what would work for you right now, but don't be afraid to try new things. If you give it a shot, you may be shocked at what looks nice on your face. Facial hair is a great way to express yourself, and experimenting with the hundreds of styles possible could lead to the discovery of a new you!