Beard advice

Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by andyhinch, 6 Apr 2020.

  1. kippax4ever

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    Not being funny,just turn the mirror upside down then..
     
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  2. andyhinch

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  3. chesterbells

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    Aren’t beards a contagion risk? Got rid of mine 2 weeks ago.
     
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    Men have grown beards for 100s of years without dyes, lotions or potions.

    Occasionally run something through it to cure itchiness, but that's it.
     
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    Hippy style? Hippies are the ones who don’t look after their beards.

    I’ve had a beard for the best part of a decade. Got to keep on top of the ’tache and the bit around the jaw joint and next to the ear.

    Trim it regularly and use decent beard oil when it’s short and wax when it’s long.

    And never dye your beard (or hair). It looks stupid, especially the older you get because your as your face ages it suits grey hair. Also I’ve never seen one that’s dyed that doesn’t look obviously dyed. Grey beards are more distinguished anyway.
     
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    I meant hipster style :-) the dyed bit was a joke, I’ve been grey since I was 20
     
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    It’s been discovered that Vikings looked after their beards and had many specific beard tools and decorations... and ancient Berber warriors used argon oil in their beards and sold argon oil to people’s in other places.

    Dyes I agree with!
     
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    Good! I always think dying beards looks daft.
     

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