Gaining the confidence to grow a beard is an accomplishment in itself. But what if you don't have a prominent jawline? You can still look good with your facial hair! In this article, we'll show you how to grow your beard so that it looks great on your face shape and accentuates your best features by highlighting them.
Shaping your beard.
Use a trimmer to shape your beard and trim it in the direction of hair growth. You can also use clippers, but they're more expensive and require more skill (and patience). If you opt for clippers, make sure you have a guard that matches the length of your desired beard style-and make sure it fits securely on top of them! If not, try another guard or switch to scissors instead..
Clean up the edges of the beard.
Use a beard trimmer with a vacuum attachment to remove stray hairs.
Shave the neckline using a sharp razor.
Shave your cheeks, chin and upper lip with a good razor.
Trim your neckline.
The next step is to trim your neckline. This means that you should not shave your neck, but instead trim it with a beard trimmer or scissors. You want to keep the hair on the sides of your face short so that it does not grow into an unruly mess underneath your chin and jawline, which will give the appearance of a double-chin. However, if you trim too much of this area then it can make you look like an old man who hasn't shaved in weeks!
The key here is moderation-keep in mind what length works best for other parts of our bodies: If we were going to cut our chest hair (I'm sure many would consider this), we wouldn't want anything shorter than about 1/4 inch long; likewise for legs and arms-a good rule of thumb here is no shorter than 1/2 inch when trying out different styles before deciding on something permanent
Use a facial steamer to open up your pores.
You should also consider using a facial steamer before shaving. Facial steamers can help open up your pores and exfoliate your skin, which is important to avoid ingrown hairs. A good way to do this is by sitting in front of the mirror with your face about six inches away from where you want to shave, then turn on the facial steamer for about 10 minutes and let it do its thing!
Tips and hints to learn how to show off your jawline.
If you're looking to show off your jawline in your beard, here are some tips and hints.
Use a facial steamer to open up your pores and exfoliate your skin before shaving. This will help keep ingrown hairs from forming and make shaving much easier.
Trim the neckline of your beard so that it's not too long or bushy-this will help define where the bottom of your face ends and where your neck begins.
Shape the rest of it as desired: straight across, rounded or even with an angular shape (like many celebrities do).
We hope you learned something new about how to grow a beard with a strong jawline. If you're still having trouble, try some of these tips and tricks. Remember that it takes time to grow out your facial hair and achieve the look that works best for you, so don't get discouraged!