Need some Honesty and guidance and advice for someone trying to grow there beard for the first time ever.

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    MBrashares

    Looks great. If you want a fuller big beard, start growing your neck line a bit lower. Good rule of thumb is about two fingers above your adams apple. I would recommend letting your beard grow another two months before trimming anything, gotta give it time to grow some.

    As far as products/tools go start using a quality beard oil now such as Beardbrands Tree Ranger or Tea Tree oil, both awesome scents in my opinion. Also a good time to pick up a boars hair brush. Check out the Beardbrand YouTube channel lots of great information there!

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    Josh Lawson

    The beard looks great man! You've got a solid base to go off of. Slowly changing a few actions here and there (like you've already been doing) is exactly what you should be doing. It promotes that healthy growth and helps you build up more testosterone! 

    I'm gonna mirror what Brashares said, and let it grow for a few more months (about 3-4 months of growth total) then trim it back down to the vintage style you're wanting to go for. The beard oil will help keep your beard and skin moisturized, while the brush will stimulate the hair follicles and slowly train your hair. All in all, you just need to keep growing it out and stay confident while you do that. You've got a great beard on your hands (face) man! Beard on!

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    Alexander Fraser

    Thanks so much for the responses, I used to push my beard back so its been really thin lookin gbut I pulled it out and low an behold this showed! 

    I just hope I can grow the style I want! Think I need to start training my beard to grow down and not curl so I'm gonna order a nice beard set that compliments my growth definitely 

     

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    MBrashares

    Looks great, it's definitely filled in. I would recommend a boars hair brush to start training your beard to grow down. Once it gets a little longer add in a good comb and you should be all set.

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    Josh Lawson

    It came in nicely man, great job! Keep on growing and make sure to moisturize it too. Brashares has some great advice too!

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    MBrashares

    @Josh Lawson, thanks buddy. I am the same guy that came to visit the office two weeks ago. Thanks for all your hospitality!

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