Right lads, you’ve been growing your face beast now for a while, and you want to start trimming that bad boy. Trimming your beard is an essential part of growing your beard. Even if you’re going for that Yeard (Year Long Beard), you still, in my opinion, should be keeping it tidy by trimming it on a regular basis.
But remember, if you’re growing your beard out, then I don't recommend you start trimming until at least 6 weeks into your beard growth.
Have you already had a go at doing it? Did it go well?
For me, it took a LONG time to get it right. I can’t tell you how many times I’ve trimmed too much off or got the neckline completely wrong. It can be daunting for a beginner, but I’m here to help and show you how to properly trim your beard and facial hair with the right tools.
That’s right fellas, this article is going to give you the low-down to this very question and hopefully give you the confidence to trim like a pro!
For a long time, I had feared growing a really cool moustache. Now, I just love my Handlebar Moustache. I've had mine for about five months now. I started to grow it in November, for Movember of course, but then kept it on. I love having this beast above my lip. I'm bringing life back to the saying "A Mo should be for life, not just Movember".
It's not that common in the UK to grow a Moustache, it's more popular over in the US, but I'm seeing a massive trend in lads here in the UK growing that Twisted Handlebar Moustache.
For me, my moustache is an essential part of my look, everywhere I go I get a lot of attention, especially when it's fully grooming with twisted curls. I'm constantly getting asked questions like "How can I grow a mo like that?" or "That moustache is awesome. How do you get it so curly".
We’ve all seen them. You know, those cool guys that have awesome beards. I bet you’ve always said to yourself, “How can I be a bearded man like that?”
Well, I’m going to give you some top tips for Growing a Beard For The First Time.