In today's world, having a beard is not just a sign of masculinity, it's a fashion statement.
Some, if not all, of the most famous male celebrities around the world have beards. And they wear their beards in the most unique of shapes and sizes; just take a look at Ryan Reynolds, Kevin Hart, Chris Pratt, Justin Timberlake, Drake, Idris Elba, and so many more.
Then comes the question comes to mind, "How can I, too, grow a beard like Drake?". Or, this may have even grazed your mind, "What is Keanu Reeves' secret to having such a thick and full beard?".
Well, the secret is simple. They take care of their beards.
Think of it like this: When you plant a seed of, say an orange for example, typically you would spend the first 1-2 months taking special care of the plant.
This ranges from watering it multiple times in a week or even daily. Giving it the most nutrient rich soil you can get your hands on. Even giving it some wooden support beams for it to grow vertically and obtain optimal sunshine. And so on.
Then one day, the plant would grow so big that it will start taking care of you by feeding you the fruits it bears. Well, beards work in the same way.
Sounds ridiculous, right? Just hear me out on this one.
When you decide that you want to grow out a beard for the first time, or in the case where you already have a beard that is imperfect, you must give it that special attention it needs. If you don't, then you may run into issues while growing it out.
These issues can be things like a patchy beard, itchy and sensitive skin, very dry beard hair and even no growth at all. What's worse, it may even lead to beard hair loss — a beardsman's worst nightmare.
Luckily, there is a solution: Beard Oils and Balms.
Stay tuned for the next article, where I will show you how to use beard oil, it's effectiveness, things to avoid, and much more. (Don't worry, I will explain the importance of Beard Balms in another article as well).
“Everything in the universe is within you. Ask all from yourself.”
WRITTEN BY HARRIS G.
In it something is. Earlier I thought differently, thanks for the help in this question.