From goatee to stubble to a Bandholz, beards come in all shapes, lengths and sizes. Hairstylist Thomas Salzano talks about ways men can take care of their mane easily and effectively.
Maintaining a stubble or a 5 ‘o’ clock shadow is so easy, it takes a different level of stupid to screw this up, says Salzano. All you need is a good trimmer and set it on your preferred number. Set your trimmer on 4 or 5, and give it a smooth, consistent run in the direction of hair grain. That’s it.
A bit tricky, but not at all a rocket science, goatee looks good on its own as well as when teamed up with a mustache of one’s choice. Carefully create a neat outline of the goatee, and shave every other facial hair off. For a distinct look, team it up with long sideburns.
Medium Length Beard:
If you like your medium beard bushy, get it neatly shaped from a skilled beard master. Once done, you’ll simply need to keep the neckline clean. Keep your beard nourished with good quality beard oil. This will keep flyaways in control and give your beard a well defines shape.
First off, start eating well if you want a long beard. Dry skin and long beard often result in itching. Use a good brush to keep your facial crown neat and tidy. If going for full blown wild mane, use natural oils to nourish your beard. Don’t mind flyaways and use your fingers to give it volume.
Thomas Salzano always insists on eating healthy. His idea of beauty is about health. Cosmetics can only make you look good to an extent. Ultimately, it’s all about how you treat your body. And hair are the mirror to your health.