Seasons change, and so should your beard care routine. If you’re unsure about the beard grooming adjustments you need to make from hot and humid summer to the cooler and dryer months of fall, then this easy-to-follow guide is for you.
Step 1: USE LESS OF SOME GROOMING PRODUCTS
As the seasons transition from summer to fall, use some beard care products less and less. One of them is your razor. Why? In a nutshell, you should take advantage of the insulation a full-grown beard provides. Another one is your beard wash. During summer, washing your beard daily is a must as dirt sticks faster and longer to your facial hair and clogs the skin pores more. It won’t be the case for the cooler months ahead.
Step 2: DOUBLE DOWN ON SOME ESSENTIALS
While you’ll be using less of some products, use some beard care essentials more as the temperature goes down. Cold temperatures make facial hair more unruly and dry than usual, so keep a few of our Daily Moisturizing Leave-In Beard Conditioners on hand. This treatment instantly softens hair and reduces frizz with intense hydration from ingredients such as Argan, Babassu, Moringa oils, and more. Also, it’s so safe to use that you can apply it to your beard daily.
Step 3: START YOUR NEW ROUTINE NOW
Don’t wait until you feel the change of the seasons to start your new beard care practices. Some say it takes 21 to 30 days to establish and stick to a new routine, so better start now for your best beard of the fall. While some people can quickly adapt to the change of the season and change habits at the drop of a hat, don’t take the chance, or you might end up with a beard you’re so unhappy with you’re tempted to shave it all off.
Bonus Tip: It’s easier to establish a new routine if you do it at the same time of the day as your previous habit. If, for example, 7 am is your usual time for some beard TLC, then stick to it with your new routine. This makes it easy to simply replace your old routine with your new one.