Growing A Beard With No Moustache

Growing A Beard With No Moustache

So you're growing a beard but having trouble with some parts of it. Some of it may be growing in patchy. Don't give up! You may be struggling but you will be still be able to be bearded.

The beard with no moustache is a popular style. You shouldn't be afraid of taking steps to rock this look if your other options are limited.

Can't Grow A Moustache

One of the biggest reasons to grow a beard without a moustache is simply because you can't. Many men find that they can grow a decent amount of facial hair, yet their moustache area may be lagging behind.

You may be tempted to keep the rest of the beard trimmed down, so it is kept in line with the moustache, however this doesn't have to be the case.

You can simply get rid of that 'stache and still have enviable facial hair. Below are a few examples of this style.

Easier To Live Without A Moustache

Even though you aren't able to grow a moustache, it may not be such a great curse. A beard takes a certain level of management which can interfere with your daily life, yet a moustache has an even greater impact.

Just think of all the times you use your moustache, like when you're eating. Your moustache will get in the way since it hangs over your upper lip.

If you've ever spoken to someone that does has a moustache, they will tell you that it constantly gets coated in whatever they drink and in their food too.

Eating with beard

Therefore you may find that it is actually easier to grow a beard but without a moustache.

How To Shave Your Moustache

So now you may be tempted to do away with the few straggling hairs on your upper lip and begin life as a man with a moustache-less beard.

The easiest way to do this is by using a beard trimmer to shave it away, this will be effective and quick but will not remove the stubble.

The other option is to use a razor to get a clean shave. Some hot water, shaving cream and a sharp razor will do the best job.

Keeping It Trimmed

Going forward you'll need to make sure you keep your moustache trimmed, it will vary from man to man, but 1-2 times a week should suffice.

Just be careful not to shave away any other patches of your facial hair.

So there you have it, a few tips on what to do if you can't grow a moustache with your beard. Why not take a look at some of our beard products here?

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