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If you’re currently the (mostly) proud owner of a majestic man mane growing flowing out of your face like a beacon of masculinity and awesomeness, then you know one side effect of the mighty beard: stuff is going to get stuck in there. Chip crumbs, beer froth, that sandwich you had like a week ago, sand from your summer beach vacation, and is… is that a stamp? What were you even mailing?
Want your beard to feel, look, and smell better? Then use beard products. That’s the simple takeaway from my 30-day journey with Weatherbeard. I, like many of you, had never used any form of official beard product before jumping aboard the Weatherbeard express. I just figured I could let nature take its course for the most part and use whatever soap I already had in the shower for my face.
Alright, gents. Today, we’re here to tackle a tricky topic: Getting your wife to greenlight your beard. Maybe you’ve wanted to grow one forever. Maybe you’re doing it for a good cause. Perhaps you just forgot to shave for a few weeks and want to ride this thing out and see where the journey takes you.
So, you’re growing a beard… Great! We’re proud of you. But if you’re here, it might be because you’ve entered the dreaded beard itch phase we all encounter in the early going. Or, you may be dealing with it later on if you don’t know how to properly care for your beard.
Get ready to dig in on your beard maintenance program. It’s easy, don’t worry! You already did step one, which is to literally do nothing. Well, okay, not literally, literally. Whatever your motivations, you made the decision to stop shaving. Well played, good sir! Take that, patriarchy!
Wait, what the heck is No-Shave November, anyway? It’s a valid question. First of all, sort of like Dry January, it just has a ring to it. Marketers love loose rhymes and alliteration, after all. Perhaps because of that, it loses its meaning over time, and you’ve forgotten why you even grow it out every November.
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