Is your beard as good as you want it to be? If it isn’t it may be your diets fault! Beard cuts 2016.
Beard grooming products are extremely important for a healthy beard, however it’s very important to remember what you put into your beard from the inside is just as important. The reason you have a patchy beard, slow beard growth, hair loss, grey beard, or dry skin can sometimes be down to your body not having the right vitamins it needs to function at 100%.
Here are some of the vitamins and foods that you can eat to help your body’s hair production be at peak performance.
Probably one of the most important vitamins you should be eating daily if you want a fuller facial hair growth. Vitamin A also has sebum which helps to naturally secrete the oils in your skin for a fuller beard and thicker hair.
WHERE TO FIND IT: Dark leafy veg such as spinach, kale, broccoli, eggs, meat, carrots.
Helps to keep your skin and hair healthy as well. Boosting our immune system.
WHERE TO FIND IT: Obviously all citrus fruits including oranges (fresh oranges preferably). However you may not know that these foods actually have more vitamin c than oranges: Chilli peppers, green bell peppers, kale, broccoli, papaya, strawberries, cauliflower, brussel sprouts, pineapple, kiwi, mango.
Many of these are also great sources of vitamin a as well.
This is the crucial vitamin that helps the hair follicles stay alive and actively growing.
WHERE TO FIND IT: Oils (especially Safflower oil), beans, leafy vegetables (especially spinach), nuts (especially almonds) and seeds (especially sunflower seeds), pumpkin, raw peppers, asparagus, mango, peanut butter, avocado.
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Vitamin B3 which has Niacin is helpful in promoting proper circulation within hair follicles. This also helps to improve the growth of moustache and beards and reduce stress levels.
WHERE TO FIND IT: Chicken, turkey, pork chops, fish (especially yellowfin tuna), lamb liver, peanuts, lean beef, mushrooms (especially portobello mushrooms), fresh green peas, sunflower seeds, avocado, and wheat germ.
Helps to lessen stress; and stress can unquestionably inhibit hair growth.
WHERE TO FIND IT: Brewer’s yeast, corn, cauliflower, kale, avocado, legumes, lentils, egg yolks, broccoli, tomatoes, beef (especially organ meat), turkey, duck, chicken, sweet potatoes, sunflower seeds, whole-grain breads and cereals, wheat germ, and salmon.
Great supplements to add to your diet for a healthy beard:
Multivitamins – One a day helps top up your vitamin intake. But is not a substitute for good beard nutrition.
Biotin – The basic nutritional building blocks of healthy hair & beards.
Lots of Water – The source of life, and the key to a healthy body.
Beard balm is simply a leave-in conditioner that moisturises, conditions, softens, styles, stops beardruff and boosts beard growth. The ingredients should be aimed at facilitating proper beard grooming and when naturally based, should not have negative side effects on your skin or beard.
What should you look for in a good beard balm?
Good beard balms are often scented with blends of natural essential oils instead of synthetics. Synthetic fragrance oils often contain toxic chemicals which can irritate your skin and have some evidence to suggest that they can cause cancer. Ones to avoid will also have alcohol in them that can leave your beard more dry and brittle. Remember to read the ingredients of the beard balm before buying it.
The prime time to use a balm is directly after a shower, or while the beard is lightly damp. Rub the product between your fingers, and apply over your entire beard. While a little goes a long way, it’s important to try and imagine coating every hair for maximum effect. You’ll see the fruits of your balm labour almost instantly, although it’s important to use it regularly.
Beard balm has an additional oomph factor, usually from the addition of wax. Balms are even more well-suited for longer, thicker, or coarser whiskers. Its an instant straggly hair tamer in-between trims, the product also softens the beard and gives it a noticeable healthy shine. It can even pull double-duty as a styling pomade for your facial mane. Many beardsman would argue that it is critical to making sure that your beard looks and feels its absolute best.
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Your beard is as unique as you are and every man’s beard has its own distinctive growth patterns, thickness, length potential, colour and style.
Choosing the right beard for your face, head shape and personal style is a question every beardsman must face at some point. Below are some tips on helping you decide what suits you best and lets you wear your beard with power, pride and sex appeal!
The best way to determine the style that suits you best is to be patient, grow out your beard and then slowly, carefully trim it. Take away sections of your beard, trying out styles as you go. Take pictures of each style to reference later. Try out a full beard, thinner sides and chin, a goatee, long & short side burn, a moustache, or one of the styles on the in the adjacent pic. This gives you first-hand experience of what you look like with each style and references for future changes. And the best part is you get to regrow your beard when you are finished!
Determine Your Face Shape
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Your face shape can have a big impact on what type of beard will suit you and how you groom it. If you don’t know your face shape, there is a trick. Borrow a lip stick from your nearest beard loving female, stand in front of a mirror and draw the outline of your face on the mirror (don’t include your ears). You will now see the shape of your face very clearly. This is best done before you have grown your beard.
Whatever face shape you have you want to choose a beard style that counter acts it. For example a thin face needs a beard that widens it, whereas a wide face needs a beard that lengthens it.
A long thin face can be made to look more powerful with a full beard. A wider face with a smaller chin can be made to look longer and more defined with thicker hair on the chin with thinner hair on the sideburns and cheeks.
Decide On The Right Length
Once you have a style chosen you may notice that the length also impacts your beards appearance. Trial and error is the best way to decide on the perfect length but another trick is to google pictures of your chosen beard type and look at the different lengths. Choose your favourite and craft your beard until it’s as majestic as you imagined it would be.
Using a good quality beard oil will condition your beard so that it not only feels and looks great, but it will also be easier to style and trim because the hair will be more supple, pliable and conditioned. Beard Club’s Premium Beard Oil is perfect for this. It is made of only the purest oils chosen specifically for their unique properties to condition your beard hair so that it looks, feels and styles the way you want it to.
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