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    3 TIPS FOR LOW MAINTENANCE BEARD CARE

    3 TIPS FOR LOW MAINTENANCE BEARD CARE

    If you are not a big fan of grooming or you don’t like long beards, this post is for you. Some men like growing beards, but they want to spend the least possible time taking care of it. In this post we’ll give three good tips on how to rock a low maintenance beard.

    Keep it short

    If you want to put the least effort possible, and keep your beard neat at the same time, short beard is the best option to go for. You can make things easier on yourself, by just giving that man mane a good trim and shape-up. Remember, a shorter beard is an easier beard. It requires less hassle and effort to look good.

    Buy the essentials only

    Beard grooming products are the necessary essentials for any beardsman in order to keep the precious mane in top shape. But which ones do you really need? 10 years ago probably no one would have imagined that there would be such a big variety of beard grooming products, like there is today.

    If you don’t want to put a lot of effort and time into caring for your facial hair, we suggest you keep it basic. All you need is a good quality beard soap, oil, balm and a comb. Sounds like a lot already? Don’t worry, we have it covered! Here at Mo Bro’s you can purchase beard grooming kits that will have everything that you might need. For example,  Mo Bro’s XL Grooming Kit is an ideal start.

    Keep your moustache simple

    Probably a lot of bearded fellas would agree that one of the most time consuming parts of growing an awesome beard is caring and styling the moustache. If you keep a long and full moustache, it will require some extra time on styling and shaping. So what’s the solution? Skip it.

    Stick with a simple and more natural style, that will require less attention. For example, a trim following the overall contour of your lip-line is the best option to go for. It will look neat and tidy, while keeping the length and bulk.

    With these three easy tips you will have a low maintenance beard in no time. So what are you waiting for, pick up you beard essentials at www.mobros.co.uk and enjoy a simple, yet awesome mane!

    5 BEARD GROOMING MISTAKES THAT YOU MUST STOP MAKING

    5 BEARD GROOMING MISTAKES THAT YOU MUST STOP MAKING

    Everybody makes mistakes. Some of those mistakes are beard grooming errors. Don’t worry there’s nothing that you won’t be able to fix, hair grows back fast after all. However, it’s better not to make those mistakes in the first place. If you know how to avoid them, you’ll save a lot of time and effort. So here are 5 of the most common mistakes in grooming.

    Not Using Beard Care Products

    This is the biggest mistake any bearded man can make. Just like we need to take care of the hair on our heads, we need to do the same for our beards. The main products that will keep your beard healthy and appealing are beard oil, beard wash and a beard comb.

    Beard oil is necessary to moisturise your hair and the skin underneath. A Beard comb will trap the products inside your beard and train the hair to grow in the right direction, while beard wash will keep your hair soft and clean.

    Hairy Neck

    Hairy neck is one of the most common beard grooming mistakes made by men all over the globe. There is nothing worse than having a great haircut and a hairy neck. Most guys don’t trim or shave their beards until they visit their barber, but the hair starts growing out and going wild after few weeks and it looks messy.

    In contrast, some men go overboard while shaving their neck and take off too much hair. The best way to determine where your line should be shaved in is find the line where your neck meets your face.

    Uneven Top Line

    If you tend to shave at home, then you probably know what it means to have the uneven top line. It’s just inevitable that at some point you’ll shave one side lower or more curved, than the other.

    To make your life easier, we suggest to keep a natural line, which will be easier to groom. However, if you prefer the lined up look, stop yourself from re-shaping the same side more than 2 times. The last thing you want to do is to keep dropping each line to get the perfect match and ending up with no beard left.

    Shaved Moustache

    There’s nothing that looks more ridiculous than a shaved moustache. We know, a moustache can be rally annoying and it gets in the way Quite often, but shaving it or trimming it too short is not a good idea either. It takes patience to grow a beard, so keep that patience when trimming to avoid this terrible mistake.

    If you do take off too much, just put your scissors down and walk away. It’s better to wait a little and calm down. Come back later and trim your moustache a little bit to even it out and make it less dramatic. Remember, it will grow back soon enough.

    Too Much Hair Product

    When it comes to grooming, your hair on your head is just as important as your beard. A lot of men make the mistake of using too much hair product and end up ruining their look. Remember guys, the key is to find the right balance of style and product. If your hair is really unmanageable and you find you need a lot of products just to hold it in place, trim it a bit to make it manageable again.

    HOW TO OPTIMIZE YOUR BEARD

    HOW TO OPTIMIZE YOUR BEARD

    This week we are back with some more tips on how to make your beard look fuller and grow faster. You’ll probably agree that it is very easy to get attached to your beard. That’s why every bearded man, who is dedicated to his beard, would like to make it look as good as possible. We are here to help! Read below to find 7 basic tips that every beginner should be aware of.

    Be Patient

    If you want to have a truly great beard, you’ll have to be patient. Not all beards grow the same way and it can take quite a long time. For best results, we recommend to wait for 6 weeks before you start shaping and styling it. This will allow the hairs to grow in evenly and you’ll have plenty of time to pick the best style for your face.

    Choose The Right Style 

    Just as there are different styles for the hair on your head, there are various styles for the facial hair as well. It is important to choose the best one, because your beard needs to match the shape of your face to have the biggest impact. The right style can benefit you, by allowing you and your beard to look better. Not sure which style you should go for? Press here to read our guide on facial hair styles.

    Use Beard Oil

    Nothing makes your facial hair look better than good beard oil. It will promote hair growth, and moisturise your beard and the skin beneath. Mo Bro’s beard oil mixes the finest natural ingredients, leaving your beard shiny, moisturised and smooth, not to mention that it will smell amazing.

    Wash Your Beard Regularly

    Wash your beard with shampoo at least a couple of times a week. We don’t recommend using regular hair shampoo, because it’s not suitable for your face and it might dehydrate your skin.Beard soap or wash will clean your beard as well as cleanse facial hair and sensitive skin underneath. Since your beard will stay clean and moisturised, it will give a little bit more volume to your facial hair.

    Trim It

    In order to have your facial hair growing at the same level, we recommend you to trim your beard regularly to get rid of overgrown or stray hair. This will make your beard look well-groomed. It’s best to invest in a good quality scissors or a trimmer, or find the right barber.

    Keep Your Neckline Natural When Shaving

    One of the most common mistakes that guys make when trimming, is shaving their neckline too high. We advise to follow the natural boundary of hair without moving it further away from the original position.

    Maintain a Healthy Diet

    In order to maintain a healthy looking beard, you need to feed your beard. A balance of fat and protein in your diet is one of the main keys to growing facial hair faster and fuller. The hair itself is built mainly of protein, and healthy beard is coated in oils and fats. Therefore, in order to grow well, your facial hair needs both , protein and fats.