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Shave Like a Champ: 4 Grooming Tips to get a Sexy Beard

by Samadhi Marketing Collaborator February 21, 2020

Shave Like a Champ: 4 Grooming Tips to get a Sexy Beard

Hey Annie here. Today, I've written a few tips on ways to get the best beard of your life.

Don't write me off just because I'm a woman. See what I have to say. Don't knock it till you've tried it, right?

If you're ready to wow your girlfriend and drip with sexual charisma, keep on reading. A few grooming tips may change your life! Guys, don't hide your sexiness in an atrocious beard that makes you look like a caveman.

Stay sharp and gorgeous! 

1. Products


Certain products will make your life a lot easier! I don't brush my hair with my fingers or a rake, so you shouldn't cut your beard with a kitchen knife. I'm guessing you don't do that, but sometimes it looks and feels that way to me.

Trim your beard with tools that will give you a close and precise shave. Whether you're going for a neat and professional look, or you want to rock some length, you're going to need to trim your beard with a powerful tool.

Also, if you've got a longer beard, consider using conditioner. I've heard that Chris Hemsworth uses his wife's moisturizer. It's less about the brand and more about the hydration process. When it comes to oils, you don't necessarily need to get fancy with it. Your soft and smooth beard is definitely easy on the eyes! 

2. Technique


Make sure to prepare your skin before you shave. I'm talking about washing your face to dampen your facial hair. Use warm water or take a shower beforehand to open up the pores. It'll be much easier to shave if you remove all of the dead skin cells and oils from your face.

Wait about ten minutes for the skin to settle down. Make sure the temperature of the water isn't too hot, or you might notice a few broken blood vessels. Don't go against the grain or you may be in for nasty cuts and razor bumps. Also, try not to be in a hurry! 

If you want to look rough (not in a good way) then sure, go ahead and go at your face in a rough manner. But if you're trying to look professional and smoldering, then be patient and gentle. The razor should glide easily on your face. Try to leave yourself enough time to do a thorough job.

Swiftness might leave you with a less than desirable looking beard.  

3. Put Thought Into Your Look

When you feel confident in your look, you'll be a frontrunner. Women will flock to you and your co-workers will look up to you... Don't push a razor across your face because everyone else is doing it.

What is your unique style? There are so many options when it comes to facial hair. Do you want a circle beard, the Garibaldi, long or short stubble, the Van Dyke, or a chinstrap beard? 
Those were all incredibly popular styles in 2019! I'm not even going to waste the space in my blog post to talk about mutton chops. If you don't already know, most of us women think they're unattractive, but hey, suit yourself. 

Find your signature look and make it work. If you want to change it up after awhile, that's great! Sometimes I will keep my hair at one length for multiple years because I've found a look that works for me. Other years, I will sport a new cut and style each season to switch things up. It's all up to you.

Putting thought into your style will help you gain self-confidence. 

4. Give It Some Time

If you've got sensitive skin, you may want to wait a little while to shave- at least a day. You'll be able to get a smooth, clean shave when you give the hairs a chance to grow out a bit more. Plus, it can reduce razor burn and irritation.

If you insist on shaving your face daily because the clean-shaven look is your style, consider switching to a PM shave. Perhaps you need to wear a button-up for work. This could irritate the neck area. When materials rub and scratch your freshly shaved skin, it can really hurt!

I've never experienced facial chafing, but I can only imagine that it's rough. When I wear a shirt after freshly shaving my armpits, I'm pretty uncomfortable. A little bit of grown-out facial hair a few hours or a day may allow you your skin to heal. It's tough to feel confident when you're uncomfortable. Hey, a little stubble can be attractive. 

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Thank you for reading my blog post about grooming tips! If you've read this far, you're well on your way to a handsome beard. Follow the guidelines above if  you want to look successful, sexy, and smoldering. 

I'm sure there's a lot that I don't know about shaving, grooming, and men's hygiene, but I do have a thing or two to contribute.

While everybody has a different view of what is or is not attractive, it may be worth it to read about my perspective. I hope you're able to get the beard of your dreams! 

Annie Foley
Author
Inoverstock

P.S. Every man needs a tool that can help him achieve a sharp look. Who doesn't like a well-groomed man? Check out our Groomsmen Pro Beard Detailer

 

 

Samadhi Marketing Collaborator
Samadhi Marketing Collaborator



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