To shave, or not to shave? That is the question. The idea of women shaving their faces isn't a new one by any means, but like bacne and the gross satisfaction you get from removing a stubborn blackhead , it's one of those taboo beauty rituals that rarely leaves the privacy of your own bathroom, much less gets discussed in public. We spoke to Kaulesar to get her take on the movement, and to bust some myths and misconceptions about hair removal—like the one stating that your strands will grow back thicker and darker if you shave, which, for the record, isn't true.
11 Proven Tips on How to Grow a Thicker Beard
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The beard has long been associated as a symbol of virility and masculinity. Most men cut their growth short when they start noticing that parts of the beard are coming in thicker, or if parts are just patchy or not growing in at all. Believe it or not, this is completely normal. Beards take some time to grow in. For most men, beards only start to fully connect without glaring patches after a full month of growth. This is why a beard is a commitment.
How to Grow a Thicker Beard
There is no greater affirmation of a man's virility than the ability to grow a thick, full beard. There's something uniquely empowering about it - making you feel like you could wrestle a bear, catch a fish with your bare hands or partake in other such manly activities. Yet there is more to growing a beard than simply throwing away your razor - it takes time, dedication and a superhuman ability to resist the urge to scratch.
The problem for most men is that once the beard reaches a certain point, itchiness can become so out of control that they shave or trim a beard too early. Combine this with a poor diet and improper skin care techniques, the beard looks thin and weak, to say the least. Men believe that the beard is associated with masculinity, power, leadership, and wisdom, the thicker the beard the more respect it commands. After all, genetics is responsible even for the growth of the hairs on your hair.