Create a Plan
Both long and short beards need a plan or style that will flatter the shape of your face. If you have a long face, chances are that you don’t want to make it look longer with a long beard. Opting for a fuller beard at the sides with a trimmed chin can give your face an appealing shape. A squarer face will often call for trimmed sides with a fuller chin.
Growing a beard takes time. Beards often grow thick and will fill in the patches that you have, so that’s something you shouldn’t worry about. Be patient with the process.
Shave the Perimeter and Trim as it Grows
Maintain your neck and cheek lines by shaving them as often as needed. It helps keep your style in check and can make a huge difference in your beard’s overall appearance. Trimming your beard as it grows is also beneficial for it to look decent. It can help you style it and avoid looking like you’re in Jumanji.
Take Beard Growth Supplements
Beard growth supplements can help to strengthen the hair growing on your face. Chances are it won’t generate new hair growth, but it can help thicken and soften the hair that’s already there. It can also speed up the growth process.
Brushing a beard helps distribute the natural oils from the skin. Brushing the oils through can help nourish every part of your beard hair instead of collecting at your chin. This can help prevent breakage, split ends, and frizzing. It can also help to shape your beard and keep it in place.