No joke. Knowing what kind of hair you have will dictate a lot, and facial hair is its own category. Facial hair tends to grow in a bit thicker and usually stays flatter than the hair on your head. Even if you have fine head hair, it is almost always more coarse on your face. Nothing new here, but being able to identify your hair type will help you determine how to care for your beard. You’ll discover the products that will work best and the styles that will look best on you.
Those lucky enough to have straight hair, have the easiest hair-type to manage. It will probably be the most responsive to trimming and small styling touches and is least likely to become unruly, even in the harshest weather or environment. The only real downside is that it tends to lay flat, which means if you’re going for a full, robust face-frame, or a mountain man style, it can be tough to build out. Wax may be a better choice to get a thicker, fuller look. And you’ll want to choose a beard oil that’s light and moisturizing, without weighing the hair down. Our Beard Sense all-naturalclearwater beard oil is perfect for balanced moisture and a fresh, lightweight feel.
The best of both worlds, wavy hair can sometimes feel like it’s a little more challenging to manage, but you’ve got genetics on your side. Wavy hair will often be easy to maintain and trim while having just enough texture to look fuller and thicker with minimal effort or product. It’s often mistaken for straight hair, and because beard hair can differ from head hair, you’ll need to grow it out to be sure. A little moisturizing conditioner will keep these beard tresses from frizzing, but won’t weigh you down and flatten your look.Beard Sense clearwater is all-natural and does the trick.
This is where things can get tricky. Curly beards carry all that opportunity for impressive lion mane looks, but they can quickly become unruly and dangerously wild. That’s no problem if you want that grizzled 1970s look. But if refined, savvy fullness is in order, you’ll need some tools to help keep things under control. Never leave home without your trusty comb. Always keep things trim and proper. And because most curly beards are coarse, they can often become dry, dull, and brittle. A heavier wax may help you maintain a low profile, but you’ll also want to make sure you use a beard oil that will moisturize your skin and your hair. And you’ll want to make sure it can moisturize without causing acne or irritation, and without leaving you feeling and looking greasy.Beard Sense is a premium oil, specially formulated with ingredients that revitalize, moisturize, condition, and style your beard.Osceola has a light citrus scent and is all-natural, so you don’t have to worry about trading dandruff for an oily look.
This is curly hair, squared. Anyone with this hair type can attest to the struggles and challenges involved in reliably styling a kinky-haired beard. It’s resilient to styling products and resistant to style-and-go efforts. The best option with these beards is to use a deep conditioner, especially if time in the sun is part of your day-to-day. You might even consider a gentle relaxer, but only attempt this with a professional. Your best bet is a high-quality leave-in conditioner or oil that will maintain the moisture balance for your skin while keeping a smooth, tamed texture. Osceola Beard Sense is the perfect solution because it’s formulated with ingredients like Argan oil, which is one of the best oils for control, and nourishment.
Whatever your hair type, beard oil is in the forecast. Finding the right one can be tough, but that’s why we’re here. Invest in a comb and the right beard oil. Even if you’re traipsing around in the tundra or machete cutting your way through the jungle, Beard Sense maintains balanced moisture and a nourished, non-greasy, easy-to-manage beard.