Not too long ago, we gave you some advice on How to Apply Beard Dry Oil with a Can You Handlebar Beard Oil Brush™ . While our Can You Handlebar Beard Oil Brush™ is sized perfectly to fit into a tin of Beard Dry Oil, it works equally well with our traditional beard oils.
Many of you likely know this already, but you may not be sure how to use it. Do you drip the oil around the perimeter of the brush to get circular coverage like with the Beard Dry Oil? Do you put the oil over the whole brush? What do you do?
Feel free to use a bit more oil if your hair is feeling particularly dry. Can You Handlebar beard oil works to keep your beard healthy by replacing the natural oils that your beard and moustache lose throughout the day.
- Hold the brush in the palm of one hand with the bristles facing up, then put a few drops of beard oil in the bristles at the center of the brush.
- Starting at your sideburns area, brush from the top of your beard to the bottom (don't forget your moustache!), repeating the process on the opposite side of your face, using light passes to make sure all of the beard oil is evenly distributed;
- Less more - start with just a few drops of beard oil. After you've brushed through your whole beard, feel free to apply a few more drops of oil to the brush for a second pass if necessary.
- Give your beard a thorough brushing or combing (we suggest using either a Kent Beard Comb) to make sure the oil is evenly distributed and to give your beard a good shaping for the day ahead.
Looking for a few other handy tips? Visit some of our other recent articles below.
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How to Set Your Wax Up for Success
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