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How to Grow a Beard

3. Groom Regularly

As your hair starts to grow in, be diligent about grooming the perimeter. There is nothing worse than an out of control neck-beard. Your face is the first thing people notice about you, and you don’t want them to see messy growth and assume you’re lazy. By shaving your neck and cheeks regularly, it helps to create a clean and noticeable contrast to the rest of the hair growing in. With a clean perimeter, you’ll feel better about your growth progress and you’ll likely feel more confident. If you’re not sure how to shape your perimeter, a quick search online should give you a good indication of what to aim for.

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