Beard grooming has never been easy. You have to keep it in the right size and
shape if you don’t want to look like a hippi. Growing a beard can be a long process
and having patchy beards then is natural. Given below are a few ways to fix a
1) Keep It Short
After dealing with your beard for a while, you will know the time when your beard
will start getting uneven. Keep the beard short in length. It will not be the same as
a beard, but it will be better than having a patchy beard.
2) Grow It Out
You can hide the patches by growing out your facial hair to the point where all the
barren areas f your face are well covered for anyone to find out whether or not you
have a patchy beard. It will take time and patience but it will be worth the wait.
3) Even It Out
If you have patches and still posses some amount of hair, you can use a trimmer
and even out the beard till the rest of the patch is covered up. Trim it down to the
same length as the hair in patchy area.
4) Keep It Brushed
When you use a brush on hair, it becomes more voluminous, fluffed up and
therefore, appears to be fuller. Do the same to your beard and the patchiness will
5) Amp Up The Contrast
You will always find that the growth of facial hair is always more around your
sideburns and neckline. Majorly, men tend to focus more on cheeks, chin and
jawline and overlook the former. Use a clipper to trim the sideburns and use a
razor to shape the hair in the area. This is reduce the patchiness to a great deal.
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