The first few days after vacations are always harder, job takes over and you can risk to forget to take care of your beard that was stressed in summer by sun, heat and saltiness. We have some tips for you to make your beard shining!
Here they are:
1. THE RIGHT SOAP
As we know, beards tend to get dirty very quickly due to food debris, smoke and the many other impurities to which we are exposed. That is why it is crucial to clean your beard often, using the right products if possible. If you got careless on holiday, using any old soap not specifically made for this area of the face, now is the time to get back to good habits. Choose a specific beard shampoo, such as the Delicate Cleansing Fluid, which won’t dry your beard out like normal soap.
2. FORGET THE HAIRDRYER
You’ve grown used to the lazy holiday mood and now perhaps you’re struggling to keep up with the pace of everyday life. If you’ve started drying your beard with the hairdryer after the shower to recover the extra minutes in bed, it might not be the best idea. High temperatures can actually damage your beard, drying it out and weakening it. Watch the heat: it is best to pat dry your beard with a towel.
3. HIGHLY DEFINED CONTOURS
Unfortunately it’s time to go back to work, but at least do so with impeccable style. Your wild summer beard needs a complete overhaul, but just a few tricks will ensure a completely different look. Use the Invisible Shaving Gel to define your beard, precisely shaping the contours along the neck and cheeks.
4. PROTECTION FROM THE COLD
It’s time to bid farewell to those hot summer days and start thinking about how to protect ourselves from the cold. Cold isn’t just harmful to the skin, it targets beards too. Conditioning your beard with the right product is key to keeping it healthy and shiny. Use a conditioner like Agnostico or All-in-One Beard Oil for immediate results.
5. A VISIT TO THE BARBER
Summer is all about relaxing and looking after your beard can become a low priority. But don’t forget that as it grows, your beard will tend to get frizzier, harder to manage and can even change colour. So even if you have a long beard or want to grow it, a quick trim might be the best way to start again after the holidays.