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Combing Your Beard – A Fuss Or A Must?
Brushing your beard might sound unnecessary, or just too much of a hustle. But if
you don't want to look too shabby, you'll realize sooner than later, that combing is an
essential part of your grooming routine. WHY?
Using a comb or brush on a daily basis eliminates tangles and knots
Combing your beard removes loose hair and stimulates follicles, which
encourages healthier beard growth
The comb helps applying oil or cream to the entire beard
During the winter, combing your beard is especially important to calm stray
hairs and keep you from looking too scruffy
Wide teeth Comb – For longer beards, to help clearing out those tangles and
knots, without tearing lots of hair
Fine teeth Comb – For fine hair beards, to help shape and maintain facial hair
Small standard comb- For mustaches and shorter fine hair beards
Natural hair bristle brush – a fine brush, cut in different lengths, to reach every
level of your beard. Some men find brushing a much more pleasant
When to Comb?
Don't comb straight after showering. Combing a wet beard can cause serious
hair loss and breakage
Don't comb your beard after using a dryer. It can cause hair loss because the
heat weakens the hair roots
The ideal time to comb your beard is when you apply beard oil or beard balm.
It's easier to comb your beard with a moisturizer, since it insures all the hairs
will be covered and nourished, and your hands will stay clean
Take your time and brush your beard slowly and gently. That way you'll be
able to untangle knots with minimum hair loss and tear
Brush your beard with the grain. Start from the tips and slowly go higher
towards your face. If you don't like your natural growth, comb it from side to
center, so your beard will adjust its growth to your desired direction