30 Day Beard Growth Plan for First Time Growers

Posted On October 31, 2016 at 11:33 am by / No Comments



Growing a beard is for the dedicated and consistent of men amongst us. We at Shear & Shine are big believers in team #BeardGang. As such we are dedicating the month of November towards #CelebratingBlackBeards


To help you on the way, we have put together a handy 30-day plan you can instantly implement so that you too can be the proud owner of a thick, healthy and full beard to enter the new year with.


Let’s start with an inventory check list:


Week 1:

This week it’s not so much about what you should be doing as it is about what your should NOT be doing. No matter what happens, you should resist the urge to shave, trim or cut your beard.

Your beard will likely look weird at this stage and feel even weirder., but do not dare touch it! It’s all part of the process. You need to get a sense of the shape of your beard so it’s important at this stage to just let it go.

After day 3 your beard will probably start to itch and as annoying as this is, avoid itching as this will irritate the area. Invest in a Bear Oil instead to help keep it soft and smooth


Week 2:

The word for this week is observation. Try to get a sense of the shape of your beard, look for where it’s patchy and where it’s thick. This will help you eventually determine which style will suit you best. Beard growth is still number one priority at this stage so fight the urge to trim it or clean the edges.

Some may want to start using supplements at this stage although our Beard Oils contain added Vitamin E, which aids in hair growth. The itching will likely continue at this stage too so keep applying the oil to your beard daily.


Week 3:

The hardest part is now over. The itching should have calmed down by now and your scruff should start taking shape. At this point you will want to start using a cleanser to keep your beard nice and clean. You need to develop a routine so that you can remain consistent in your care. Shampoo and condition once or twice a week.

Start to train your beard using a beard brush and you can now start trimming patchy areas but be sure not to trim any hairs you intend to keep.


Week 4: 

Congratulations! This is the first major milestone and tour beard should be taking shape. The itching should have gone by now and the patches should have filled up.

It is now time to choose a beard style that suits you and stick to it. Stay on top of your grooming routine by washing and conditioning once or twice a week and applying Beard Oil and brushing daily.

We are #CelebratingBlackBeards, tag us @ShearAndShie in your Beard pics for a feature and be sure to check the Grooming Guide for tips on ‘How to Wash Your Beard



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