Beards are more than a mere trend and it is this time of year where beards can really come into their own! You dress up all other areas of your body for the Christmas holiday so why not the beard? Here is how to get your Christmas Beard on!
You may have seen a few of these already, or even received them as Christmas gifts in the past. Whatever you decide to go for this Christmas, make sure the beard the beard and moustache are well groomed – as adding beard baubles or beard lights will only bring more attention to your facial companion. Before attempting to hang any baubles from your beard (and certainly before adding any beard candy!) give your beard a good scrub with the beard wash.
Dry and comb it out and apply your beard oil so you can begin to shape your beard how you please – might we suggest triangular like an upside down Christmas tree?
Whatever the case, make sure your beard is the centre of attention at the next Christmas gathering:
1. Beard bells
To ensure that everyone can hear you coming this Christmas, no sneaking up on Granddad this year. With a little practice they can be the perfect accompaniment to an amateur round of Christmas carols!
2. Beard glitter
At any other time of the year, beard glitter might look silly. At Christmas, it’s a perfect mix of festive cheer. Brighten up your beard!
3. Beard Candy
This is why the Beard Wash is mandatory, well if you want those candy canes to still be edible! Tricky to assemble, we don’t even want to think about how to untangle them afterwards. This one is for your devoted Christmas Beard.
4. Beard lights
Because Christmas trees aren’t enough. Christmas meets disco meets beard with these hairy fairy lights. These will light up any cold winter moments. And they clip in, so you don’t have to worry about tangled wires.
5. Beard baubles
Probably one of the first things to catch on regarding beard decoration, now considered a classic. Make like your tree and branch into Christmas with baubles. They’re the perfect stocking filler for a festive hipster.