The Popular Beards Styles is actually a kind of natural free-thinking creativity derived from mischievous, free spirits who weren’t afraid to challenge the boundaries. Ask yourself what impression you’d like to portray in your face before you grab that razor and scissors and head right for the scissors. I’m not saying that you should do some experimental bearding experiment but you certainly shouldn’t replicate the beards styles of the rich and famous.
Some folks have the misconception that the beard oil routine is the same as shaving our facial hair. The truth is that there is a certain amount of risk associated with facial hair. The pores often become clogged and bacterial infections can result. With beard oil you don’t have to worry about infection because the oil goes right to the skin. It penetrates the skin’s surface and goes directly to the roots. This allows the natural oils produced by your body to do their job and moisturize your face.
I do recommend a few precautions before getting started. Before using any of the beard care products, whether it’s a product designed for facial hair or just plain beards, please consult with your physician. He or she will know if the product is right for you. And even if it is, you may still want to use caution because some of these products contain ingredients that are harsh and may cause skin irritation. Be aware of any products that contain alcohol as they also have the potential to be harmful.
Many people get confused when trying to decide which beards styles to use. There is actually no set beards style that suits everyone. A short beard style is good for those who want to look more like they are just heading out the door while walking to the bus stop. These types of beards provide little coverage and are easy to maintain. The most popular short styles are the Bob shaved style and the Caesar shaved style.
Full beard styles are a bit more masculine than the short ones but still leave plenty of room on top to carry a bag or to take along a golf club. There are also variations of the full beards style. There are the crew cuts and the shaggy style. Shaggy beards are very close to the ears and must be meticulously shaving to avoid running into skin problems. These styles are usually not very common among men with oval faces and are only recommended for men with square faces.
The black men’s beards are best suited to square faced men with narrow jaw lines. This is an excellent option for African American men. The full beard style tends to make your face look wider than it actually is best suited to men with broader faces. The shaggy style works well for almost everyone, regardless of face shape. It creates an illusion of width that isn’t really there. There are three styles, the crew cut, the shag and the bald style.
Some people believe that the black men beard styles are better for moisturizing skin and keeping hair from falling out. However, many of these grooming styles are made specifically for their intended purpose and may do more damage than good if used incorrectly. The best way to determine which one is best for your needs is by consulting your dermatologist. He or she will be able to help you figure out which products and/or methods of grooming are best for your particular skin type. The treatments used for the natural beard are often very similar to those used for hair styling and maintenance.
If your face has a longer length and a round face shape then you would look great in the shaggy or boxed beard styles. You would look best in the shaggy style however, because it helps to keep your hair out of the face corners. You would also look great in either the shaggy or the boxy style but would look best in the natural long length hair that falls above the eyes. The short boxed beard style is perfect for those with oval or long shaped faces. This option will help to elongate your face and will also add height if you have a long chin.