The trend of “No Shave November” is getting popular in Nepal year by year. While some people who follow this custom know the actual reason behind it, others use this month to create a new fashion trend. No matter what the reason, growing a beard or mustache is something people should take serious note of. That is why Living wants to give you some tips about beard styles, grooming tools and tips which you can follow for a perfect “No Shave November” men look.

Beard Styles to Suit Your Face

When it is about facial hair styles, having a different shaped or different sized face and maintaining your facial hair according to it does matter. You can follow these simple instructions to know what beard style suits your face shape the most.

How to Trim Your Beard:

Comb it out: Get all of your hairs settled in one direction. Comb everywhere, including the mustache and bottom. 

Trim the mustache properly: Comb all hairs to the side first, and clip on desired setting. Then comb down over the lip and remove the guard, to trim anything that hangs over onto the lip.

 

Use clippers for an even cut: If you want to maintain the length showcased here (half an inch), try a number 4 setting. If you aren't sure, just start with a bigger clip and work your way down. Increase this size as your beard continues to grow out. 

Use scissors for detailing: Clean up strays and give yourself a more natural finish. 

Finish with a beard oil or beard moisturizer: These will keep your hairs healthy and prevent them from drying and itching.

Fade the neck and cheeks: Graduate to smaller clipper settings (starting two sizes lower) as you move outward. Try this tutorial for trimming and fading your beard. 

Beard-Trimming Tools:
Comb or brush: For detangling 
High-grade clippers: For trimming 
Scissors: For detailing 
Beard oil or moisturizer: For softness and health

Additional Beard Trimming Tips:

Trim your beard when it's dry: You'll get a better sense of how it will look. 
Invest in a solid pair of clippers: They will last much longer and are far more durable. 
Don't assume all guards are the same length: Like with clothing, every brand's measurements are slightly different. Always test on a higher guard before settling into your preferred length. Generally, though, a 4 guard is half an inch. 
When you trim the underside, stretch out the skin: The neck skin can bunch together, so be sure you're grazing over the actual surface of the skin.