Posted by The Bearded One on February 14, 2015
Your beard makes a bold statement about you. Whether you’re going for the studious look of a rabbi or the scraggly appearance of a man of the wilderness, your facial hair can play a significant role. No matter what personality you would like to invoke, however, no one likes a dirty, scraggly face mane. Believe it or not, real men actually do spend time every day practicing beard care. There is no reason to wait another day before you become a part of the fast-growing male grooming craze.
It's not difficult at all to take care of your beard. In fact, it only takes a minute or two each day. First, trim it from time to time. Cut in opposite directions to make sure that you get all of the straggly hairs. You don’t need to do this every day; just keep it at the desired length. Then figure out which parts of your face, if any, you want to keep shaving. Mark off the boundaries of your beard, shaving around them in a way that frames your face. Comb your beard down before shaving so that the hairline is consistent. If you take the time to do this on a regular basis, you will come across as a guy who cares about himself and his appearance.
Next, clean your beard regularly, preferably twice per day. You don’t need to spend tons of money on beard wash. Use a mild soap to remove the dirt and oils that have accumulated there throughout the day. Then dry your beard thoroughly with a clean towel, squeezing out excess water. Use a subtle after shave if you like; many women respond favorably to the clean, fresh scent of soap or beard wash.
The next step may strike some purists as vain or silly, but it’s vitally important. Apply a few drops of Smolder Blades Grim Beard Oil to your skin as a regular part of your beard grooming regimen. Then slowly work it through your beard. Beard oils soften your whiskers and reduce the possibility of unsightly dandruff. Although this sounds counterintuitive, good beard oils will also help to keep your face from becoming excessively greasy.
The Blades Grim’s Smolder scent is particularly compelling for virtually any man. Warm and inviting, it is a subtle yet alluring mix of Venezuelan Tonka, orange peel, coriander leaves and star anus. Making it a regular part of your beard care regimen will help to make your skin healthy and reduce the prevalence of coarse hairs in your beard.
At one time, it was distinctly unfashionable for guys to spend time and money on personal care products. Creams, sprays, powders and lotions were strictly reserved for the ladies. Fortunately, times have changed. These days, men’s grooming products are part of one of the fastest-growing industries in cosmetics. That’s because men have finally come to realize that these potions are much more than frivolous conconctions. In fact, they can enhance health and make a man even more attractive.
Take beard oil, for instance. The Smolder scent by the Blades Grim, for example, contains Vitamin E, apricot kernel and avocado oil. As a result of this ingredient combination, Smoulder Beard Oil hydrates your skin, softens your facial hair and gives it a healthy shine. You might only need a few drops, but the effects this oil will have on your beard grooming regimen will be amazing.