Classic Full Beard - The Need To Knows

The classic full beard is a very traditional way to grow facial hair. However, this style might be challenging for some, as not every man has the ability to produce a thick beard with full facial coverage. The classic full beard has a clear cut shape where it begins at the cheeks while being left to grow naturally elsewhere.

The classic full beard is perfect for men looking for a thick, highly masculine bearded look with little to no upkeep. Generally speaking, if you're able to grow a classic full beard, we would recommend giving it a try as it suits most facial shapes.

How To Grow The Perfect Classic Full Beard

A classic full beard is not for everyone as not everyone can grow a thick beard with full coverage. For those who are however gifted with an abundant growth of thick facial hair can and should definitely consider flaunting this style.

To bring this thick and long beard style to life, one needs to start by growing his beard for at least four weeks. It can take quite some time to produce a full beard, and this style definitely requires patience and dedication. If you feel you might get unwanted reactions or opinions from friends, family or colleagues once you start to embark on the journey of a classic full beard, we would recommend starting the growth process when you are away on holiday.

Once you've successfully been growing your beard for at least a month, you need to decide then whether or not it's ready for the process of shaping. Sometimes, depending on your beard growth, it may take up to 3 months before your beard is ready for shaping and styling. We would recommend your beard hair to be around 1 inch in length before you start the shaping process.

Styling And Maintaining A Classic Full Beard

Styling a classic long beard depends on a person's personal preference. You should opt for a style that you feel will complement your look the best. You can either let your beard run wild and free and let the hair grow to its full potential or, you can keep it in check by giving it regular weekly trims to best suit the style and look you're going for; are you going for a tidy look, a scruffy look or something in-between? You have to decide.

- Maintaining a classic full beard needs considerable determination and commitment, both of which are the secret key to the success of the look.

- You need to regularly comb and brush your beard hair while also trimming away stray hairs when required. You can also use an electrically heated beard straightener to help make the daily grooming process as quick, as simple and as easy as possible.

- Invest in, and use only good quality beard oil and beard balm. Using both these products regularly will help to keep your classic full beard soft and manageable.

Below, we have links to all the different beard styles available and how to grow, groom and care for these styles - why not check them out?

- Stubble Beard

- Goatee Beard

- Goatee With A Moustache Beard

- Extended Goatee Beard

- Classic Full Beard

- Ducktail Beard

- Garibaldi Beard

- Horseshoe Beard

- Mutton Chops Beard

- Friendly Mutton Chops Beard

- Balbo Beard

- Circle Beard

- Brett Beard

- Chin Curtain Beard

- Egyptian Goatee Beard

- Verdi Beard

- Spade Beard

- French Fork Beard

- Old Dutch Beard

- Hipster Beard


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