Growing a beard can be an expression of freedom, but it’s also a commitment. Beards don't take care of themselves any more than your lawn or your nails. They need some upkeep. Wait a few months before trying to shape a beard. That’s even if you plan to keep it short and close to the face in the long run, Poirier has said.
Shaping and trimming a beard too early is a common rookie mistake a mistake that can take weeks or months to fix. Let it get a little wild at first, Poirier has told. Once you have about an inch or an inch and a half, then you can start shaping it. It's a hard truth, but not all guys can grow a beard. It's just a matter of genetics.
Poirier has also said "If it is been two or three months, and it's still patchy and scraggly, it's not going to get better”, Poirier has also added that Let it go, shave it off, and move on. Fighting through the itches is the point where the faint hearted give up. If you stick with it, it gets better after a few weeks.
How to maintain good nail growth? Keep your hands very clean. Before you do anything, it's important to make sure your nails and the skin around them are thoroughly dirt-free. Then remove all traces of your last color with an acetone-free remover (anything else unnecessarily dries out your nail).
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