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How to groom your beard?

A well-groomed beard can be a blessing for you. It makes you look more presentable and appealing. A healthy beard shows that you have a clean and proper diet, good hygiene and care about your appearance. For this, it is important to use essential products like beard oil and other grooming products as well. If the opposite is true, then it’s time to take action against your facial hair by improving its health with some crucial grooming tips below:

Wash and dry

When you’re done washing and rinsing, towel dry your beard, you don’t want to rub it with a towel because that can cause irritation and breakage. Once your beard is dry, use a soft bristle brush to remove any tangles or snags in the hair.

Use a comb if you need to; just be careful not to pull on the hair too hard!

Brush and comb

You should brush your beard with a boar bristle brush before you begin to wash it. This will help spread the natural oils from your skin throughout the hair, which will lock in moisture and make it easier to style. The best bristle-based brush for beards is a boar bristle brush (as opposed to a plastic one). As for combs, use one with medium-tooth spacing—both wide-tooth combs and fine-toothed ones can pull out hair if misused. It’s also important not to get carried away with the brushing; less is more when distributing the oil evenly through your hair roots.

Trim and shave

You will need the following:

  • A sharp razor. A dull blade can cause cuts and nicks that may take a long time to heal. It’s also much more likely to pull or snag your beard hair, causing it to grow back unevenly and in different directions, which can result in ingrown hairs. If possible, opt for an electric razor with various blades so you can experiment until you find one that works best for you.
  • You’ll also want shaving oil or gel (we recommend using both). This will help soften the hairs, making them easier to cut without having them tug on your face too much. And it helps prevent irritation as well. When applying, rub gently but firmly along all surfaces of your face so that every inch is covered thoroughly with the product; then sit at least five minutes before shaving with either method (electric or manual).
  • A mirror is essential when shaving any part of yourself, susceptible areas. Make sure plenty of light comes from above and below, so nothing goes unnoticed during this procedure.

Apply oil

Once you have applied the oil, use your fingers to massage the oil into your beard. You can also use a comb to distribute it evenly throughout your beard.

If you feel more oil is needed, repeat this process until you are satisfied with the results.

Maintain it

  • Maintain the beard oil. It’s essential to keep the beard oil in a cool place and use it twice a day for at least three weeks to see results. If you want to keep your beard looking good, use it as long as you want.
  • Keep it clean. Washing your face with warm water is not enough. You need soap or body wash to eliminate germs and excess oils that may build up under your skin or clog pores on your face (not just your beard). As soon as you’re done washing, apply some moisturiser so that hair follicles stay healthy, hydrated, and free from dandruff flakes that can lead to irritation around the mouth area if left untreated for too long.

Beard oils help nourish the skin and hair, making them look shiny.

Beard oil is a great way to groom your beard and keep it healthy. Beard oils help nourish the skin and hair, making them look shiny. They can also help with dandruff and itching. Some say that using beard oil can make you grow a better beard.


Now that you know how to groom your beard, it’s time to start. If you have any questions, please leave them in the comments section below. Happy grooming!

Melissa Edwards
Melissa Edwards
Hi, I'm Melissa Edwards a former writer and coach at Triple Gems, a certified school counselor, and a former educator. I have written more than a dozen articles for Triple Gems. Throughout my career, I have worked with youth and families in private homes, residential group homes, and schools.


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