Three-Day Beard - The Mistakes You Should Avoid

Chris Pine

The 'three-day beard' is one of the most popular styles. And no wonder. One of the main reasons is that it favors most men, although it should not be forgotten that it is easy to maintain and having a fairly thick facial hair is not a requirement for it to work, as it is with longer beards.

Although the advantages far outweigh the disadvantages, it doesn't hurt to pay attention to those little ones. details that can make your 'three-day beard' not look as flawless as it could. These are some of the mistakes you need to avoid:

Wearing it too short or too long

Too short a 'three-day beard' can make it look like you just haven't had time to shave in the morning, while too long can lead to an ill-advised mess, especially at work.

Generally, optimal length is reached 3-4 days after shaving. Or when you notice that, when you run your hand through your beard, the hairs are already flat against your face, and therefore, you have already left behind that first phase of growth that is characterized by a sharp quality that, incidentally, It can be a bit unpleasant for the couple.

Thinking that it does not need maintenance

The 'three-day beard' is one of those that requires less work on our part, although despite belonging to the low-maintenance, you need to spend a few minutes every day. Adjust your beard trimmer to 3-4mm and slide it over the entire beard until a uniform result is achieved. Then, remove the protector or use a razor to clean the neck (just below the nut) and remove any loose hair on the cheeks.

Ignore the shape of the beard

Adapting the shape of the beard to that of your face will allow you to harmonize your features. The cheek line can make your face appear longer or rounder depending on your position. If you have a long face, consider keeping that line as high as possible. For round faces, on the other hand, both a lower cheek line and a lower jaw line work better, the latter taking care that it does not enter the terrain of the neck.


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