posted on Feb, 23 2015 @ 04:56 AM
a reply to: michael1888
Well michael1888, every beard is different. That is not some PC, everyone's a winner nonsense, but the literal truth. Every beard is a little
different. They grow at different speeds, some grow straight, others wiry and frizzy, some come out the same colour as the rest of the owners hair,
and sometimes they come out entirely differently than you would expect. Mine, for example, is a wiry explosion of slightly copper fuzz. The individual
hairs are so coarse, that I woke up having slept with a hand under my face, with one of my beard hairs having penetrated my palm flesh, and slid an
inch of its length under the skin.
A friend of mine has the silkiest, smoothest, and softest beard hair you ever saw. I am a Brillo pad with a mouth inside it, he is a hair care
commercial for your face.
Most of the effort in keeping a beard relies on the following:
Be CAREFUL with the razor. Do not miss with it, and accidentally take more face fuzz off than you wanted to. For me personally, I never shave the chin
and moustache, only the cheeks and a tidy up of the sideburns. In my opinion, if you feel that it would be overkill to brush your beard with your
hairbrush, grow more of it!