Myths and Miss-Conceptions Behind the Beard

What are the myths and miss-conceptions about beards?

Through out time various myths and legends around various people, items and even now facial hair have sprung up, from the idea that a beard is an all consuming food trap to the essential need to have your beard trimmed at the barbers, we are here to clear up those miss-conceptions and de-bunk all your bearded worries.

Keep reading to understand the false rumours surrounding the bearded community and how wrong they actually are.

Beards are always filthy.

Many believe that the beard is the breeding ground for unhealthy and unwanted bacteria but this just isn’t the case, a beard can become dirty if not treated right just as the hair on the top of your head can, it is essential to ensure the right product is being used for your beard for example the BEARD SPUNK scrub shampoo.

With beards occasionally collecting dirt and grime in more labour intensive work many onlookers see this as beards being dirty however depending the beard’s environment depends on the cleanness of it.

 The beard is a food trap.

While it is true that some food can slip into your bearded locks the idea that food can hide amongst the facial hair without being noticed is seemingly impossible. When eating curries or other liquidated foods it is possible to get the occasional drip or drop into your beard but it is quite easy to notice either the new weight on your chin or just the feeling of cold slime dripping down your face. However this concept of a Mr Twit like beard which stores food for later is comedic one.

 Shaving more makes a thicker beard.

A common concept through out various hair growing myths the idea of after shaving hair comes back thicker and darker is a false one. While using that new sharpened razor it may feel like the beard is coming quicker however this is just a feeling, a common miss-conception.

This can be thought of as when shaving what tends to be left are the thicker bases of the beard as they are closer to the skin resulting in the later grown stubble to seem to of grown thicker despite just being the original roots. Beard growth is left up to the environment that it grows in, how well it’s treated and the genes passed on by parents.

 A good shave needs a good barber.

Despite beards being better treated at a professionals to have a beard that you want doesn’t always mean going to the barbers at first learning how to shave your beard the way you want can be difficult but after practice and maybe a few YouTube tutorials you can understand the way of the beard and be free yourself of those confusing explanations said to get your beard done right. However certain beards take certain tools to treat them that professionals do have but they can also can be bought so keep that in mind.

 A beard should be grown in by 20.

The idea that a beard should always be grown in by a set age is always a wrong one with the ages of beards being able to being grown changing from person to person. Many a time this is due to the parents genes that have been passed on and there ability to grow beards, if at any point you may not be aware of when your beard will grow in ask a parent to see what happened with them.

Beard growing ages can greatly change with the one of the youngest growers of beards being 12 years old.

 Beards can look unprofessional in interviews and meetings.

When preparing for an important meeting and the beard is a worry in appearance but on the lower scale of things to prepare it can seem like a juggling act to decide what to do so it often seems like its not worth having one at all.

However this is completely wrong while it can be true that an un-kept beard can cause a ruff look it can also have the ability to complement your clothing, and a well cleaned and combed beard can even allow a neater look expressing your cleanliness and professionalism.

We hope that this myths being de-bunked can allow you to rest easy with certain topics and we can highly recommend the use of BEARD SPUNK Oil to be used when cleaning your beard.

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