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Beard Trimming Information

Why beard trimming?

Your beard is important to you which is why it is also important that you groom it well. The following tips will help you have that perfect beard which some only dream about. It takes patience and care to achieve a look which suits you not just physically but also defines your inner self with a bang!

Grow it out

It is essential that you remain patient and grow out your beard for at least a month or more before getting it trimmed.
Let it grow majestically and allow your face to become full of facial hair. Restrain from cutting it and just let it grow.
Do not forget your hygiene while doing so, though. Always use a beard wash and conditioner to keep your hair nice and soft.
You can also use beard oil to nourish your facial skin and allow for more hair to grow.

Trim for your face shape

Now that your beard is long, majestic, and glorious, you can trim it to perfection.
Trim your beard according to your face shape and to accentuate your features.
Here is a general guide on how to select a beard style for your face shape:
If you have a square face (wide chin with angular cuts), trim your beard so it is longer on the chin and shorter on the sides. This will reduce the width of your chin and create a much more angular look.
If you have a round face, you would like to give it some definition. A beard which is very long on the bottom and much shorter on the sides will give your face a much longer appearance.
For a face that is long, a beard should create a shortening effect. Keep the sides of your face covered with dense and long hair and trim the hair on your hair much shorter.
An oval face is a face shape with the right length, width, and angularity. Any beard will go with an oval shape. However, you can always try styles which accentuate the high cheekbones or the sharp jawline.

Get a trim regularly

Once you have got the exact look you had been looking for, your priority becomes to maintain it.
Get a trim regularly to keep your beard looking its best.

Further Information

http://www.beards.org/grooming.php