How far is too far? My mate David and I have been thinking this one through. We wonder - when does your husband or boyfriend over step the mark when he asks to borrow your nail file and Sally Hansen. Is it OK he's using your tweezers and taking a look at your waxing kit?
- Just like your hair, wash and shampoo your beard regularly. A mild shampoo is easier on your skin.
- After shampooing, you may use a conditioner. Be sure to rinse thoroughly. Failure to rinse sufficiently may result in flaking. Because beard hairs are so coarse, conditioners will have less effect on the beard than on the hair on your head. But a conditioner will still help make your beard feel softer.
- Gently pat and wipe your beard dry with a towel. Blow drying is not really necessary and can be harsh on your skin.
- Comb your beard and mustache with a wide-toothed comb to remove tangles. Optionally, you can finish up by using a brush.