How to Fade Your Beard for Added Style Points





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Published on Mar 6, 2014

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There are certain areas of your beard that you may not like or want to change. This is normal when it comes to maintaining and growing a beard. As I've said in previous beard videos that I like to keep my sides cut close and fade the hair. After receiving numerous requests I've gone ahead and made this "how to" video on fading your beard.

The technique of fading your beard is rather simple and straightforward. As always with trimming your beard you should exercise caution to avoid any accidents or unwanted hair removal.

To fade my beard I use regular electric clippers/trimmers. Starting with a number 4 guard I work my way up my sideburns. It's important to not start too low on your sideburns as you might take away hair that you don't intend to remove.

After my first couple of passes with the trimmer I work my way up while I decrease the size of the clipper guards. I continue to do this until the sideburns connect with the hair on the side of my head at roughly the same length.

Fading your beard is a great technique for those looking to step up their beard game and add a little bit of dimension to their sideburns. This is also a great look for men who are bald or shave their heads as the beard can be faded up into a shaved look.


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