A well-groomed beard is one that is elegantly trimmed, well combed, well-ordered, moisturized, healthily shiny and fragrant. Meanwhile, sometimes unpleasant smells of the environment, cigarettes, food get involved in it. Not to mention the undesirable leftovers you are not going to leave for later. The solution is a beard comb. A natural wooden comb. Ideally suited to long and medium beards. This comb is foldable and fits into your pocket or beautician, is quite heavy and extremely exclusive! Angry Beard comb is made of sandalwood.
1. Put on beard oil
Never comb a dry beard. Make sure you put on beard oil first.
2. Comb up
Start at the bottom of your neck and comb up. Do this so your beard is standing straight out and it will probably look pretty silly.
3. Comb down
Start at the top of your beard and comb down, laying down all the hair you just stood up. Do this method at least once to ensure the beard oil is spread evenly.
1. Detangle your beard
This is a fairly obvious benefit but it needs to be stated. Your gnarly beard will be tamed if you regularly comb it. Simply put, combing your beard will help it lay straighter and look better.
2. Stimulate the hair follicles
When you comb your beard, the teeth of the comb act to stimulate your hair follicles. Stimulation is the act of increased blood flowing to the follicle. Blood contains nutrients for hair growth so increasing the nutrients your hair follicle receives will result in a healthier beard. Combing your beard also helps work hair out of the follicle so you can avoid nasty ingrown hairs.
3. Spread beard oil evenly
You really should not be combing your beard unless it has beard oil in it. Combing a dry beard will probably result in a plethora of dandruff flakes flying around the room. Combing your beard after you put on beard oil will help distribute the oil evenly across your beard. Coating the entire hair with oil, from the follicle to the tip, is the best way to ensure maximum beard benefits.