Whether facial hair is a new concept for you or you’ve been wearing a full beard for a while now, there are a few tips and tricks to help accentuate your new trend while still showing off your overall style. One of the most important ways to do this is to make sure you are getting the right cut for your face and beard shape.
If you’ve committed to a full-length beard, chances are it is not going anywhere anytime soon. This type of style can be pulled off in a few ways. Our favorite style to complement this look is a contrasting cut, one with high and tight sides to elongate your face and show off your great head of hair and shapely beard. For this style, use American Crew Fiber to control your look and add definition to your new haircut.
Are you trimmed and tidy? If your beard is on the smaller side and you keep it well groomed, you can have a bit of fun with your cut. Go for a longer quiff and style your hair with added texture. Incorporate a Texture Lotion into your routine. This will add body and shine to your coif while cutting down on styling efforts, allowing more time to care for your beard.
Is scruff more your style? There is a fine line between stubble and scruff and when done right, we love the latter. With scruff it can be easy to sometimes look unkempt, which is why the right cut and style is imperative. Whether you like lengthy or shorter styles, you can pull of either with the right grooming practices. For longer styles we suggest less texturizing within the cut and the use of Grooming Spray for styling. With a shorter, sleeker cut, keep it in check with Classic Molding Clay, it can be manipulated into almost any shape with a high hold and medium shine to polish off your look. If you’re heading out to an important meeting or a just want to look more polished for a special night out, we suggest shaving around your neckline and cheekbones, to enhance the shape of your scruff. If your skin is sensitive, try using Ultra Gliding Shave Oil it is sure to leave your face feeling moisturized while fighting razor burn.