Things are about to change. What you've gotten used to for the 5 months is going away. Ladies, it’s that time of year when our men grow out their facial hair. See, I told you things are about to change - our men are getting hairy. So here's a guide to your man's facial hair, just in time for Movember.
The rate at which this happens for men is different. My husband takes a year to grow out a full mustache, so he starts his fall facial hair early. It may only take your man a few days and he has a full mountain man beard. Either way, let’s do what we can to “suggest” that, if we’re going to be stuck looking at it, it be properly maintained.
Start out with a thin toothed comb. It’s going to be an essential piece to the facial hair puzzle. Men: comb your facial hair! You’ll look way more handsome and less like a mangy dog.
Speaking of mangy dog, keep it clean. There are tons of great products out there . I recommend Woody's 3-in-1 Moisturizing Bar. It is a shampoo and face wash plus it lathers up for a great shave (just to clean up the edges of course).
Maintaining the shape of your facial hair can be a challenge if they aren't into product (which most men aren't). American Crew has a whole line of product that will keep our men’s hair tamed year round. My husband swears by the molding cream. Every morning he takes a dab and combs it through his hair with his fingers. He loves how he can style it in the morning and still run his fingers through it for the tousled look later in the day.
How did I get my husband to use product? I sent him to a salon that gives the most relaxing head massage! Then he fell in love with the stylist and she suggested the product to him. Pssst, I know where you can find one!
If you need more help persuading your man to clean it up and use some product, look no further than one of the hottest guys on the planet, Ryan Reynolds.
For the love of hair (his & hers),