Create the Perfect Beard Using Our New Product Line: Gibs

Do you want an incredible beard that the ladies can’t resist, but you just don’t know how to manage it? There are many things you can do to make your beard impeccable. Wash it, shape it, oil it, smooth it, but most of all, be patient!

A truly epic beard is the product of self-restraint. When you first start growing your beard, you must resist the urge to trim or style it! Leave your beard untouched for at least 4-6 weeks. By doing this, you allow the hairs to grow in evenly since some hairs grow quicker than others. When the hairs grow out evenly, that makes it easier to pick the style, length, and thickness you desire!

Once your beard has grown in, it’s time to make sure that unruly beard becomes tamed. Follow these easy steps!

1 - Choose and Maintain Your Beard Style

In order to get that irresistible beard, you must make sure to match it to your face shape! This is something your K Bella stylist can help with. She can help you land on a final style that compliments your face shape and personality. Once you settle on the right look, it is imperative you know exactly how and when to trim it. Pruning is essential to a well-groomed beard—even if you’re planning on growing it out. To make sure your beard is cut just right, you should invest in a quality trimmer. We can order one for you and have it ready at your next visit! Here at K Bella, we prefer Adis products as they have a powerful motor to tackle those coarse hairs. Picking the right style and learning how to maintain it are two of the most important things you can do to make sure your beard looks flawless.

2 - Wash It Regularly

This step is extremely important in the beginning stages of growth. When food and skin cells can get trapped, it can cause extreme itchiness. You should scrub your beard several times a week with Gibs Man Wash BHB, which will work for your beard, hair, and body. Once washed, gently pat it dry, being sure not to be too overzealous with the towel. This could lead to frizz and split ends.

3 - Love Thy Beard Oil

The best way to tame your beard is to regularly use beard oil. There are a variety of manly scents to choose from to match your personal style. Gibs Bush Master Oil is one of the most popular scents we carry. If you use this daily, you will notice your beard become less frizzy and much healthier. The oil will bring some natural shine to your beard!

4 - Learn to Train Your Beard

Regularly trimming your beard will definitely maintain its shape, but that isn’t the only way to keep your beard tamed. A daily rubdown with a comb or beard brush will wrangle all the stubborn hairs. It trains the hairs to grow in a downward direction instead of every which way. You can even use the Black Cognac Beard Balm-Aid to style and sculpt your beard to get rid of any fly-aways.

5 - Don’t Forget the Mustache

To have a truly remarkable beard means you also must grow a mustache. To keep your mustache looking neat, trim the area right under your nose with a pair of grooming scissors. You can keep your mustache naturally sculpted by using the Black Cognac Beard Balm-Aid. Make sure your mustache stays in place and looks good all day long.

6 - Fuel Up

Are you truly committed to having the best possible beard? If you are, you need to focus on getting the right nutrients into your body to grow a healthy beard. Your beard is made from protein and fat, but it is also reliant on Vitamins B5, B3, and B9. This means you should be eating a lot of lean meats, nuts, egg yolks, milk, and leafy greens. You can also round out your diet with a great supplement like Biotin. Don’t just grow a beard; grow an immaculate beard.

Kristan Sayers

Kristan is an International Design Artist with Neuma, and the owner of K Bella Hair Studio & Spa. She opened K Bella in 2009, where she also began her own Academy Program training students to become licensed cosmetologists. In 2016 she became the State Representative for licensing regulations to help watch for legislative changes that could hurt the beauty industry. Kristan is also known for working with salons to help them grow and train their hairdressers and guiding them in everything from salon design to training programs for salon owners and managers.

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