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How To Choose The Perfect Beard Dye For You

Dyeing your beard is becoming quite popular these days. Men have different reasons for doing it. Some do it to enhance their appearance, while others do it to feel more confident in themselves. Whichever your reason for dyeing your beard, you must ensure that you choose the right beard tint for you. 

But with so many beard dyes available in the market today you can choose from, it can get pretty confusing to choose the right one. Fortunately, we are here to help you by giving you tips to help you choose the right beard tint. Let’s delve into them.

  • Know your style

First things first, before you go ahead and purchase your ideal beard dye, you need to understand your style. Do you like a short beard? Long beard? Or a groomed beard? Your age also matters a lot. Are you past retirement age, or are you greying in your early 30s? Covering your entire beard with one solid smooth color may be a perfect fit for a guy with a head full of black hair, but this isn’t for everyone, and it doesn’t fit all ages or personalities.

  • Should the dye match your beard hair color?

Matching your beard color to the color of your hair can be quite difficult to achieve sometimes, but it is not impossible. Fortunately, natural hair color usually doesn’t match a natural beard, especially at one age. 

If you have some erratic gray patches, it is best to choose a shade that will perfectly match your natural beard color instead of focusing on your hair. On the other hand, if your beard has no color and it is mostly gray, you have lots of options. You can get a beard tint that closely matches the medium shade in your natural hair color. Look for products that work best for your look

When searching for complete one-color coverage for your short neat beard, you can opt for a temporary beard dye or a permanent or semi-permanent beard dye. All of these products can work perfectly for you- you will just need to decide what look you want to achieve and how much time you have in your schedule to dedicate to dyeing your beard. 

If you like a long beard and need to cover a lot of greys, consider a tint to color your beard, and then use a temporary beard dye to maintain the color in between dyeing.  Beard hair usually grows at a rate of half an inch every month, this means that each month, there will be an extra half-inch of beard hair to color between your coloring sessions.

  • Determine if you can commit to beard dye

Finally, you need to figure out if you can keep your new look of the colored beard. Remember that having color in your beard requires ongoing and time-consuming maintenance, especially if you opt for permanent beard tints. You will need to reapply the dye more regularly. So you need to ask yourself if you can handle all that.

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