Why Grow A 3-Day Stubble Beard
Aside from being fashionable, it can be a godsend for guys who’d rather hide imperfections or give sensitive skin a break. It also has the added glamourising effect of boosting the appearance of your jawline. So, for those weaker-chinned among us, it effectively evens out your face shape.
How to Achieve The 3-Day Stubble Beard
This is the point where you ask how to shave stubble. But it’s not just about letting it grow. The devil is the detail with the perfect 3-day stubble look. That means finding the right tools, like the All Purpose Styler stubble trimmer, and starting from an even base. And by that, we mean the length of hair across your face. Here’s a step-by-step guide to achieving a stubble beard from beginning to end.
Step 1: Clean Shave
Yes, you heard us right! The beauty of a stubble beard is that you can achieve it over a weekend. But to get even hair growth across your face, you’ll need to start from the right place. Use a good, clean blade like Gillette’s Fusion5 razor blades to wet shave across your face. Lather with shave gel and use gentle strokes to shave to the skin.
Step 2: Grow Your Facial Hair
It’s not called a 3-day stubble beard for nothing. Most can cultivate enough growth over 3 days. Once you’ve allowed for decent, even hair growth across your face, you can think about shaving. Choosing your beard length will determine the final look. If you want to look neater, go shorter. But ultimately, this choice is down to you.
Step 3: How to Shave Stubble
So, how do you shave stubble? First, it’s the all-over shave part. Select the best stubble trimmer for your All Purpose Styler. Around 2mm to 3mm is the most commonly chosen length for more stylish looks. Then start taking the hair down across your face and neck. Make sure that you keep the hair removal consistent across the whole area as you go along.
Step 4: Trim The Edges
With your precision trimmer, edge around your neckline, starting outwards and working in. How far you take it in depends on you and your hair growth pattern, but neater edges with a more natural shape work best here, working up to and just above your Adam’s apple. Then tidy up the hair lines along your cheekbones and around your mouth.
Step 5: Clean Shave Around Your Beard
Just remember, before we launch into a clean shave, the key here is to avoid sharp lines. The 3-day stubble beard is more of a natural look, so this part is very much optional. But if you want to add extra definition to your beard, clean shave the areas outside the shape you’ve defined with your precision trimmer. Use a good shave gel, and a clean, sharp razor to edge along the lines you’ve already created. Pat your face dry and add a soothing balm post-shave.