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How To Grow A Beard The Right Way?

So I get a common question all the time from younger people that are growing beards, you know kids that are like 17 years old, 16 years old and I get “oh my beard it’s not full, it’s not growing in’. Sometimes it’s just genetics, genetics plays a big role in your facial hair growth.

Some people have no facial hair, some people have a lot of facial hair, some people’s beards grow extra full very fast and some take a very long time. I have friends that have beards that have some patches that don’t grow hair. It’s just genetics you know, the key is to let the beard grow, leave it and trim it further down the road. Get it shaped later when it is full. The more you play with it while it’s growing more problems you are going to have and chances are, it’s not going to grow the way you want. The key is to leave it natural as long as you can and then when you have it to the length of the desired shape that you want, then have it shaped and have it trimmed the way that you want. There’s all these different types of beard styles, there’s the square beards, there’s pointed beards, the box style beard. The square style is very popular right now, at the end of the day it depends on what you want on your face.

That’s the same thing that goes with the mustache, people have all different types of mustaches. Everybody’s mustache grows differently. Two people are not going to have the same exact way their mustache grows. It will not look the same as the other persons, it has to do with genetics. The point is, the longer you leave it, the more it grows and then you have more chance to shape the correct way. So don’t touch it that’s kind of the key, just leave it alone!

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How To Grow A Beard The Right Way?
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How To Grow A Beard The Right Way?
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So I get a common question all the time from younger people that are growing beards, you know kids that are like 17 years old, 16 years old and I get "oh my beard it's not full, it's not growing in'. Sometimes it's just genetics, genetics plays a big role in your facial hair growth. Some people have no facial hair, some people have a lot of facial hair, some people's beards grow extra full very fast and some take a very long time. I have friends that have beards that have some patches that don't grow hair. It's just genetics you know, the key is to let the beard grow, leave it and trim it further down the road. Get it shaped later when it is full. The more you play with it while it's growing more problems you are going to have and chances are, it's not going to grow the way you want. The key is to leave it natural as long as you can and then when you have it to the length of the desired shape that you want, then have it shaped and have it trimmed the way that you want. There's all these different types of beard styles, there's the square beards, there's pointed beards, the box style beard. The square style is very popular right now, at the end of the day it depends on what you want on your face. That's the same thing that goes with the mustache, people have all different types of mustaches. Everybody's mustache grows differently. Two people are not going to have the same exact way their mustache grows. It will not look the same as the other persons, it has to do with genetics. The point is, the longer you leave it, the more it grows and then you have more chance to shape the correct way. So don't touch it that's kind of the key, just leave it alone!
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Royal Beard Club
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