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Which Beard Products Do I Need?

Beard is considered a prominent masculine character of every gentleman. Over the years, beards have become a popular style statement that everyone finds to be attractive. A well-fashioned beard by barbers Soho is a result of consistent attention and care. It takes genuine effort to grow and maintain beards, especially if it is of considerable length. It’s not easy. But that’s not what you want to hear. We as best barbers Holborn know that. You are here to know from your trusted barbers Tottenham Court Road how you can achieve a drool-worthy beard that not only looks good but also feels good – not the one that itches constantly and makes you want to shave it all for once and for all! Luckily, there is a set of products offered by your best barber Baker Street that you can use to take care of your beard very well. Below, we, Pall Mall Barbers Euston have provided you a list of essential products that should be in your hands to pamper your beard well. Although they might seem like a lot of work, it really doesn’t take a lot of time. All your beard needs is a little of your attention to reward you with a nourished and voluminous look. Read our guide with tips by experienced St. John Wood barbers to find out!

Beard Oil

You can’t spell beard products without beard oil. It’s the star highlight of any beard grooming kit by Finsbury Park barbers, and for a good reason. Whether you have a stubble or Gandalfian beard, adding a couple of drops of beard oil to your regular grooming routine can bring a lot of change. As our barbers Oxford Street always say, your beard will look moisturized, nourished, and full. Beard oil is essentially a blend of effective essential oils like jojoba, almond, grapeseed, and other ingredients renowned for their potent effects on hair nourishment. Although it’s easier to assume that beard oil can make your face look oily, greasy, and everything we associate with hair oil, it’s not the case. It’s formulated in such a way that when applied, the oil is quickly absorbed into your hair and its follicles, leaving behind only a hydrated feel. Oh, it also has a very subtle shine and a mild smell that all our barbers Marelybone love. For gentlemen battling with dry and flaky skin or the loathsome beard itch caused by dandruff, beard oil is a great solution recommend by many barbers Oxford Street. If you apply a couple of drops and massage your beard thoroughly, the skin also receives its share of the oil. It will keep your skin healthy and free of beardruff. Did we get you hooked up on beard oil? Do you want to give it a try? Looking for the best beard oil for men recommended by the best barber Golders Green? Don’t worry. We have got you covered.

The Sandalwood and Clove Beard Oil by Pall Mall Barbers Walthamstow is simply a phenomenal experience to use. It is a fusion of almond oil, jojoba oil, vitamin E, Australian sandalwood, cypress, clove bud, and other complementing ingredients. The blend of almond, jojoba, and vitamin E is responsible for conditioning your beard deeply. The woody fragrance of sandalwood and Cyprus as well as the spicy and sweet aroma of clove provides an attractive smell. So, this beard oil by the best barber Baker Street not only pampers your beard with its rich ingredients but also acts as a cologne with its unique scent.

Directions: Apply fresh after a shower for best results. Use two drops to start with and massage thoroughly. Use more if necessary, and use a brush to smoothen your beard. If you have never used beard oil before, you can ask your barber Baker Street how to do it. It’s not a styling product that gives a temporary look to your beard. It’s a form of nourishment that your hair needs. Use it and see how the magic works and you will see that your barber Golders Green is correct!

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Beard Balm

We, barbers Oxford Street, recommend beard balms for those who need a thicker formula than beard oil to manage dense or long beards. Beard balms are formulated using beeswax, coconut or shea butter, and essential oils to provide your beard a nourished and soft look. They are also really helpful when it comes to styling long beards due to their thick texture. If you are just growing a beard, Hampstead barbers recommend you use this alternatively with beard oil to keep your beard in good shape. They both supplement each other. However, if you prefer to stick with one all-rounder instead of two conditioning products, beard oil is the ultimate choice endorsed by many barbers Marylebone.

Directions: Take a small amount and rub it between your palms. Run your fingers through the beard and ensure the balm is evenly applied. It’s important to be careful with the application as too much can make your beard look stiff. Asking your barber Baker Street for some advice of application can help too.

Beard Wax

According to barbers Oxford Street, Beard wax is a product that focuses on styling, taming, and shaping the beard as opposed to conditioning it. If you are struggling with unruly facial hair that seems to defy gravity and curl upwards, beard wax can totally handle the situation. Your best barbers Walthamstow will explain how it gives a hold and shine to your beard that ordinary beard creams don’t. Think of the best pomade you have ever used on your hair. Well, a high-quality beard wax can do the same wonder to your beard. If you can’t think of a good pomade, the Pomade by Pall Mall Barbers Holborn is a must-try product. Moving along, beard wax will maintain the same look throughout the day. This way, you don’t have to worry about your beard situation every couple of hours. If you want the best results, our barbers Euston recommend you use beard wax after applying beard oil. The combination of these two products makes your beard look healthy and well-groomed. What more do you need for a flawless look?

Directions: Apply beard oil as a pre-styling product or add a couple of drops to the wax. Rub the wax between your palms and apply evenly. Comb or brush and get the required style.

Beard Shampoo and Conditioner

These products are necessary for beards that are dense and have a significant length. Otherwise, our barbers Soho say that your regular face wash should be sufficient for cleansing the skin underneath your short beard. A cleansing routine for your beard is essential for many reasons as pointed out by West Hampstead barbers. First, dirt can get in between hair strands over time, especially if you live in the city and are constantly exposed to dust and pollutants. Second, an unpleasant odor can also emanate from unwashed beards. You need to get rid of both these nuisances. Beard shampoos cleanse and moisturize your beard while eliminating unpleasant odor.  The conditioner’s job is to provide your beard with a soft and nourishing touch. Barbers Walthamstow also recommend to shampoo and condition your beard no more than twice a week. When it comes to shampoos and conditioners, it’s important to select products that are specifically formulated for facial hair. Your regular shampoo used for head hair can damage your skin, especially if it contains harsh chemicals. Our Finsbury Park barbers say it will also strip away the natural oils, leaving your skin look dull and dry. So, when selecting beard shampoos and conditioners, it’s important to select mild formulas. Ideally, go for natural ingredient-based products.

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Brush and Comb

If you generally maintain a light stubble, then a comb or brush is not essential. However, for those with medium to long beards, both brush, and comb are important items to keep the beard in good shape. This is what your best barber Baker Street will emphasize again and again! A comb helps you untangle your long beard and also get rid of anything that’s stuck in between. Our Finsbury Park barbers point out that a beard can easily become dirty, making it important to give it a nice comb regularly to keep it clean. A brush, on the other hand, is for a softer touch. It also helps in keeping your rowdy flyaway strands in place! Giving your beard a good brush after applying the Sandalwood and Clove Beard Oil by Pall Mall Barbers Holborn will ensure that the oil is distributed evenly. Although there are special beards and combs in the market, you don’t need to get one necessarily. You can always choose to use your regular comb and will still do fine! But, your barber Golders Green would ask you to avoid brushing harshly as it can damage your skin. It’s also why you will find special beard combs and brushes to be made out of soft bristles. So, if you are hoping to purchase these grooming products for men by West Hampstead barbers just for your beard, make sure you buy travel-sized ones. You can take them along and use whenever necessary!

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Trimmer and Scissor

If you want to keep your beard in check, trimming is a ritual you have to follow. Your best barber Baker Street can give you the foundation to a glorious-looking beard, but it’s important that you learn how to keep it looking good until your next appointment! This means you need a good electric trimmer that lets you take care of your masculine beard. Although a trimmer is great for all lengths, it’s the ideal tool to maintain short beards as per our barbers Tottenham Court Road. It’s also great if you suddenly feel the need to get rid of your long beard! A trimmer is used by St. John Wood barbers to style and shape your beard before an important occasion or a casual rendezvous. A good trimmer is your last-minute friend who saves you from looking like a mess. Our recommendation is to buy a trimmer that’s versatile in use. If you have a long beard or need an alternative for the trimmer, a small pair of Barbers Euston scissors should do the job. While it can be time-consuming to trim your beard with scissors and is a job only barbers Soho seems to specialize, it’s a great way to prune single strands of hair that pop out and ruin the whole macho appeal of your beard. Yes, you can chase those mischievous flyaways with a scissor better!


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