No-shave November is a month-long journey to raise awareness for different kinds of cancer including prostate cancer. Many men don’t even realize why they do it and some of them use it as an excuse to not shave for a whole month.
In my own experience, growing a beard is quite challenging. It requires patience and plenty of decision along the way but I’m doing this not only for cancer awareness but because there’s a good cause behind it. To help you with, I gathered up some manscaping tips to follow during the uncomfortable mid No-Shave November and beyond. So, learn more about how you can get involved and start getting hairy today!
Spend In the Right Manscaping Tools
Right manscaping tools is important. Spend with high-quality clippers or beard trimmers on hand for reliable grooming. Make sure your beard is completely dry first to achieve the best trimming results.
Wash Your Beard and Face
A regular wash of your facial hair with facial shampoo few times a week to keep your beard clean, healthy and moisturized. For extra exfoliation, rub your face with sugar or sea salt to lift away dead skin.
Comb and Brush Daily
Combing and brushing your beard daily will help the hairs from growing in different directions and easier to cut, hence causing less of an itch.
Fade Your Neck and Cheeks
Neck scaping should be a part of your daily routine when growing a beard. Fading should begin about an inch above your Adam’s apple. I tried this before, I had to start with a smaller clipper setting, and increase it as I move outward to feel fresh and clean.
Finally, growing a beard is not easy as it looks, but it’s just like maintaining the perfect lawn, it takes patience, the right conditions and a lot of hydration. Remember, without the combination of these things you can end up looking how most lawns looks patchy, stubby and dry. I’m sure the above tips will help you feel handsome inside and out.