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5 Simple Steps To Become Albus Dumbledore In Terms Of Beard

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5 Simple Steps To Become Albus Dumbledore In Terms Of Beard


Good Evening! I know it will please some of you to know that I almost titled this article '5 simple steps to become Jack Sparrow', while it will please the rest knowing that I realized most people are into Witchcraft and Wizardry rather than Piracy. Haha!

Joking aside, growing a bear or even a mustache is a process that involves a lot of patience and perseverance. And the reason I'm saying this is because it depends and varies on the hormonal levels of each and everyone of you. But no matter what your genetics show you, the following steps will DEFINITELY speed the process up.



5 Simple Steps To Become Albus Dumbledore.
In Terms Of Beard, Of Course!



Personal Hygiene and Body care

The rate of hair growth is directly proportional to your body health and nutrition. Start by eating more foods as fish, eggs, and meat. All in all, proteins. Another great thing that would be extremely helpful is the growing the urge to exercise and getting proper sleep each night. With the proper nutrients flowing in your digestive system, a proper circulation to your facial hair is definitely improved by your exercise.

Wash your face regularly. Scrub it, preferably. Don't hurt yourself. Again, proteins, nuts (peanuts, hah.), fruits and greens are the most important diet you'd need to follow.



More nutrition

Increasing the vitamin supply is an extremely helpful way for rapidly growing your facial hair. Mixed with your greens' diet, this will be an excellent way to provide each hair follicle with the required supplements. I recommend a multi-vitamin drug containing Vitamin B6, beta-carotene and Vitamin C. I'd say go with Centrum or Biotin. Consult a doctor first.



Leave it alone

It will be itchy. It will look nasty. It may look disgusting. Do not trim. Do not shave. I repeat, a lot of people my tell you that shaving it off regularly might make it grow thicker and hairier, it's not true. One thing I have learned in Med-school, it's that each hair follicle stimulates the growth of the nearby follicle, so let them grow and do their thing.



Strengthen your beard

Do not give up on it. Endure the itchiness and the scratchiness. If you're not serious about growing a beard, the discomfort will make you shave it right away.


Products

I do not recommend the usage of hair growth products, some of them may be cancerous. (They stimulate excessive growth) yet, with the suitable consult of a doctor, you can use them.



Summing it up, your genetics will determine how hard you're gonna work for your beard to grow so don't get discouraged if you see slow progress or a mixture of hairy-non-hairy areas. The previous steps are guaranteed to give you a push. And remember, cutting it too soon will definitely slow the growth pattern.

Thank you all for taking time and reading this! Don't forget to comment with your question in the comments' section, I will make sure I answer all of them personally.

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  1. Never knew that about the hair follicles helping the nearby others along. I'll stay beardless though.

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  2. Lovely post dear! Have a great weekend! xx

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  3. Verdade! ;)

    Bons passos! Vou mostrar para o meu namorado!

    Ótima sexta!

    Beijo! ^^

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  4. Hahaha I love this title. Who knew beards were so high maintenance right?! Then again let's hope they are because imagine if they weren't looked after. Shudders.

    Sxx
    www.daringcoco.com

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  5. My husband does say it gets itchy when beards grow to some point. I'd say let's shave them off.. I'm personally not fan of beard look ;-)

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