If you have a naturally wild beard, it can look unkempt. That is of course not the intention. Don't worry: you can tame a wild beard. Read on and apply the tips.
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The first tip is an essential one for every beard: take good care of your beard, with quality products, and it will immediately be healthier, more radiant and softer. If you have a wild beard, dry or coarse hair, then this is especially important. With beard oil you nourish the beard hairs and underlying skin. Always choose a natural oil without silicone, so that the nourishing ingredients penetrate better. Add beard balm to your grooming ritual for hydration (and medium hold, which is a bonus for your wild beard).
| Read more about beard oil here. |
Furthermore, good beard care consists of using a mild beard shampoo, without parabens and sulphates. And a beard brush: this not only detangles the hair, it also removes dirt and dead skin cells. Brushing, cleaning and exfoliating in one.
| Read more about the importance of beard shampoo without parabens and sulphates here. |
Okay, now that you've got the basics in order, we can move on to the next tip: beard wax. Beard wax has a strong hold and therefore fixes your look. You can of course also shape your mustache with the beard wax.
If you want to go one step further, use heat to tame your beard hairs. You can shape a wet beard by blow-drying from the hair roots downwards and combing or brushing at the same time. If you are not very dexterous with a hairdryer in one hand and a brush in the other hand, then the beard straightener is your tool. With the heat of the comb teeth you can tame the hair in an instant and you don't have to use a comb or brush. You can also create volume and length and even straighten the hair.
| Read more about using the straightener here. |