HOW DOES THE STUBBLE GROW ON THE CHEEKS AND WHAT TO DO IF IT DOES NOT GROW (OR DOES IT UNEVENLY)
A thick, full beard is what many men dream of. However, sometimes your facial hair may have other plans. Yes, it happens — sometimes the stubble on the face grows unevenly.
However, a shaggy beard is not something to be ashamed of, and it should not cause you stress. Why don't you grow stubble on your cheeks, or do you get bald spots, and what can you do about it? Below you will find a detailed guide on how to fix this problem.
Suddenly, the stubble on his face stopped growing — what is the reason? There are several options, and they are very different: from your diet - to hormonal imbalances and even stress. In addition, the loss of hair in the beard area can trigger some fungal infections, dental problems (suddenly) and autoimmune diseases.
If the uneven growth of facial hair haunts you all your life, then it probably has something to do with genetics. If this is something new for you, it may be worth getting a professional opinion and consulting with your barber or dermatologist-especially if, in addition to losing or stopping hair growth, you are faced with itching or inflammation.
Be that as it may, there are a few tricks that help the beard look thicker and more uniform along its entire length. Here's what you can do.
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1. Leave her alone
This may not be easy, so try to be patient. In the first two weeks, the bristles may look "spotty", but take our word for it-it's worth waiting a couple more weeks, and its appearance is likely to change for the better.
A beard is a naughty thing, and at first every hair has its own life. But when they all grow up, they create the illusion of a thicker beard.
2. Optimize your testosterone levels
The growth of the beard depends largely on the level of testosterone. With today's sedentary lifestyle, many men suffer from a decrease in the indicators of this hormone and as a result face various problems, including slowing down hair growth.
If, in addition to your uneven stubble, you also suffer from low libido, it may be worth visiting a doctor and checking your testosterone levels to make sure you have a solid hormonal foundation to grow a full beard.
There are many natural ways to boost your testosterone, which in turn can lead to faster beard growth. Which ones? Find out from a separate material.
3. Choose a suitable beard style
From the classics to the "Viking beard" - there is no shortage of options for beard styles. It is important to choose the one that will not only like, but also fit your face shape, as well as the type of hair — this is of paramount importance.
The wrong style of beard can emphasize your bald spots, while the right type will completely hide them or make an organic element of your external image. If you are not sure what type of beard is best for you, you can always ask for help from your barber.
4. Use stylers and air conditioners
If your beard is difficult to call docile and uniform, then you should choose care products with a higher level of conditioning. They help control stubborn hair and allow you to style longer strands over blotchy patches. (This is similar to takesimana bald patches, but only to the beard.)
At night it is necessary to apply a special oil for beard, which makes it soft and enlist the help of the balm with nourishing and conditioning ingredients such as Shea butter and essential oils that can not only moisturize, but also to take control of your stubborn hairs.
5. Style your beard with a brush
The main function of the beard brush is to distribute the natural oils that gather on the hair shaft. However, although you are probably used to using this brush every night, you can also start your morning styling by brushing your longer hair to mask the bald spots. Then apply the above-mentioned beard balm and put your hair back in place. Be gentle enough not to irritate your skin, but firm enough to make stubborn hair lie down, thereby covering the bare areas on your cheeks. A couple of quick swings in one direction should be enough.
6. Mask the bald spots with a pencil
Do not be afraid to resort to the help of an eyebrow pencil to shade them annoying "gaps" or draw them hairs. But keep in mind that this trick is only suitable for small areas.
To make everything look natural, make sure you choose the right shade of eyebrow pencil that matches the color of your beard. If this puts you in a dead end, ask for help from a consultant in a cosmetics and perfume store — he will not bite you.
How to stimulate beard growth
Unfortunately, you can't grow hair from a nonexistent follicle. Forget those silly micro-needle dermarollers and claims that you can " generate new hair growth."
If you have uneven stubble, the only thing you can do is thicken the hair you already have, in the hope that this will visually make your beard thicker. Here's what might help.
Adjust your diet
When we talk about various supplements for stimulating hair growth, we are usually talking about the hair on the top of the head, not on the face. But when you start taking supplements, these vitamins for hair are distributed throughout the body-is it logical?
So, buy a complex of vitamins or biotin (water-soluble vitamin B). There's no denying that they make hair grow faster and get thicker, but don't expect any miracles: remember that it's impossible to grow hair from follicles that don't already exist.
Also, drink plenty of water and add more avocados, eggs, almonds, cauliflower, bananas, and milk to your diet. And eat foods like white meat, peanuts, mushrooms, tuna, beef, and sunflower seeds that contain niacin. This is another convenient vitamin that helps hair growth.
We used to scoff at the idea of a beard transplant, but the truth is, it works. And since many of the hairs on the back of your head are as thick as the beard itself, they often blend in without anyone noticing.
Since the technology of transplantation is changing quite quickly, and the price is becoming more affordable, consult with a dermatologist to see if you are a good candidate for this procedure.
The doctor will assess the extent of the problem, compare the beard hairs with those growing on your head, and explain the best options — one of which may be to completely abandon the idea.