How to Get Your Beard Fall Ready
Fall is here, and we’re READY for it. Bring on the crisp leaves and chilly air that makes for a perfect backyard bonfire, and above all else, bring on THE BEARD.
Fall is the season for bigger beards, and there’s no doubt about it. In addition to being a good look, a fuller beard is also an additional layer of warmth. If you plan to grow it out this fall season, it’s important to be prepared with a good starting plan and the right products. Below are some ways to get your beard fall ready.
This may seem obvious, because it is. But it’s obviously a crucial first step. Stop shaving and/or trimming and just let it grow. The sooner you start, the sooner your fall beard begins. Now, in order for this to work, check out step 2, and don’t skip it.
This is especially important if you’re growing from scratch or stubble. It’s going to itch like crazy, but beard oil is a great way to alleviate the itch and help you to power through. Use as needed and don’t give up- it won’t last long.
Once your beard has started to blossom, it will need special attention. Moisturizing not only the beard, but the skin beneath it is a key factor in successful beard growth. Don’t neglect this step; get an all-natural beard balm and make sure you rub the balm into both your beard and skin. This will also help you avoid skin irritation that often comes along with colder weather.
It is not recommended to wash your beard more than five times per week in any season, but during the colder months you should be washing even less. Water and soap of any kind has potential to dry out the skin, which then dries out the beard. If you’re hard pressed on cleaning it daily, we have an Apple Cider Vinegar Rinse that can be used in between washes.
When you do wash with soap, make sure it’s done with an all-natural beard wash filled with ingredients to improve the health and appearance of your beard.
Your bigger beard should not be something that brings you shame, but confidence. The only way to ensure this is to keep it neat and tidy. Comb it, brush it, and top it off with some Styling Balm to keep a uniform appearance.
And there you have it, gentlemen. Achieving a manly, fall beard really isn’t all that hard. Just make sure you’re providing it with what it needs to be healthy and looking nice. Maybe this fall beard could be the start of a lifelong beard growing journey… you just never know. Enjoy all the great things that this fall season will bring, awesome beard included.