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Here's The Face Shave Map You're Supposed To Follow For A Cut-Free Experience & A Good Stubble
ADMIN posted a blog entry in FDF Online NewsShaving might seem to be an extremely simple affair, but it's not. Every man has had bad experiences with shaving, at least once in his life, and it definitely is one of those experiences that one does not want a repeat of. (c) Getty Images There is a correct way and a wrong way to shave, but the trouble is that no one quite knows which is which. You're supposed to glide your razor across your face in a specific direction, that has to do with the usual hair growth pattern on a human male face. Following that pattern will reduce cuts and burns significantly, and also make sure that the stubble that grows afterwards is flawless. (c) Getty Images All you need to do is look at the face shave map here, and follow the arrows to determine the direction in which your razor should move. Make sure to rinse your razor after every stroke. (c) MensXP Say hello to a flawless shave! You're welcome.
ADMIN posted a blog entry in FDF Online NewsYou have two distinct personalities, one with the beard and one without. If you're someone who hasn't discovered the 'with beard' personality yet, it's probably because all you can manage to grow is a patchy stubble, read along! It's not possible to not grow a beard However, we agree, not everyone is born with the good beard gene and some men might need to give more intensive care to their beards than others. So, in terms of the care required, firstly you need to believe in yourself that you have it in you to grow a glorious beard. Now, you need to take care of these things: 1. Watching Your Diet Watching what you eat is the primary step in making your glorious beard transformation. You need to take vitamin A as it stimulates the growth of hair growth. We're talking eggs, meat, cheese, carrots, pumpkin, broccoli, and dark green leafy vegetables. Foods rich in vitamin E include oils, leafy vegetables, nuts, and beans, and most people get plenty of vitamin E when eating a normal diet are also super essential. Vitamins B3 and B5 are equally essential. © healthyfoodsflatlay 2. Practice Tedious Skin Care For a healthy facial hair growth, you need to: exfoliate twice a week with a good scrub, use hair healthy grooming products that promote growth like beard shampoos, oils, lotions, vitamin B rich serums. Make sure you formulate a daily skin care routine and follow it through. A regular routine will encourage growth. © knight on still life 3. Reduce Stress & Exercise More A lot of times, hair growth is hindered because you're not taking care of routine things which you might find trivial. Not logging in enough hours of sleep, taking a lot of stress, not exercising. These things can prove to be brutal for hair growth. You need regular exercise, a positive environment to be able to promote hair growth. It might sound bizarre but it is true. © EVOX TELEVISION For temporary hacks, you could always use products that give the illusion of a facial hair to fill in the patches. And if these things don't seem to work for you, you might want to meet your doctor and consider other treatments like testosterone therapy in case you have low levels of testosterone. This can easily be tackled with oral pills, injections and patches but that is you'll need a diagnosis of its deficiency. In most cases, however, taking care of the basics is all one needs to grow a beard. It's like a personal project that you take on for yourself.
ADMIN posted a blog entry in FDF Online NewsThe year is almost over, and that means preps for the big fat NYE party is on. It's too late to start working out, eating right, or grow your hair, when it comes to looking like a million bucks, but one thing that you can definitely do is get a good makeover at the salon. Getting your beard game on point can make you look like a different person altogether, and it only makes sense to start the year on a 'good-looking note' - if such a thing exists. After doing a little bit of research, we found out that every man wants his jawline to look sharp, because that makes your face look sexier. Keeping that in mind, we listed out 5 beard styles that will make that happen, irrespective of whether or not you have a sharp jawline, to begin with: 1. A fade will make sure that your face looks slimmer from the side, which goes a long way in ensuring that your jawline looks sharper. Notice how Virat has two layers on his beard - a light layer on the sides, right under the cheekbones, and a slightly bigger length on the chin and the upper lip area, which gives it the aesthetic of a layered French beard. Make sure you shape your beard neatly, in a way that gives your face a longish shape. (c) Instagram/viratkohli 2. If your beard is not dense and thick, you can go with a style that's neatly shaped from the top and has a natural finish. Just make sure you shave the extra hair under your chin, on your neck. This will make sure your jawline gets a bit of extra definition. (c) Instagram/shahidkapoor 3. If you want to utilise your stubble in a way that gives your cheeks and jawline the desired sharpness, shave the upper part of your beard on the cheeks, and give it a shape that makes your face look narrow. Make sure your cheekbones pop. Your jaw will automatically look sharp because of the neatness. (c) Instagram/kartikaaryan 4. In case you have a naturally dense beard, consider it a blessing and use it to your advantage. Keep the beard area thick and rather sizeable, while neatly shaving off any extra hair around. Remember, the sharpness will only come through when your barber is absolutely meticulous with his razor. (c) Instagram/ishabhansali 5. If you're tired of your goody-two-shoes, the guy-next-door image, go the DJ Sands way. Create some funky designs with your fade, and keep the stubble in the jawline area well shaped. Risky move? Yes. But if it pays off, you've just struck gold! (c) Instagram/vickykaushal09