How To Grow A Lumberjack Beard (Style Guide)

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We love beards, right? They give us an extra edge of personality, individualize us and let’s face it – they’re pretty cool! 

How To Grow A Lumberjack Beard (Style Guide)

With so many beard and mustache styles out there though, it can sometimes get confusing what style means what and how to grow them properly. 

One of the most popular is the lumberjack beard, and we’ve decided to create a handy style guide for you to be able to grow your own. Let’s get you looking the way you want! 

What Is A Lumberjack Beard?

A lumberjack beard or simply “lumberjack” is a full beard that has been cut into a short stubble like shape.

The name comes from the fact this style mimics the look of a lumberjack working in the woods. It’s a classic beard style with a lot of character.

The best part about growing a lumberjack beard is that it doesn’t have to be long at all. You could go for something as short as 3-4 inches if you wanted.

This allows you to maintain a clean line around your mouth and chin. If you do choose to grow longer than 4 inches then you’ll need to keep trimming it regularly.

The length of time it takes to grow depends on your genetics, but generally speaking you should see results within 2 months.

How To Grow Your Own Lumberjack Beard

There are two main ways to grow a lumberjack beard:

Go For A Full Beard

If you want to grow a full beard then you’ll need to start by shaving off any facial hair you already have. This is important because if you don’t shave it first then you won’t be able to grow anything new.

Once you’ve shaved down your existing facial hair, you’ll need to use a razor to carefully remove any stray hairs from your neck and jawline.

You’ll also need to make sure you’re using a quality beard oil when doing this. Using a good beard oil will help moisturize your skin and prevent ingrown hairs.

You’ll then need to wait until you can see some growth before starting to trim your beard. As soon as you see some natural fuzz coming through, you’ll know it’s time to start shaping your beard.

Trim Down And Shape

If you’d prefer to grow a shorter beard then you’ll need a pair of scissors to trim it down.

Trimming your beard down will help you achieve the desired look you’re going for. Once you’ve trimmed it down to size, you’ll need to shape it up and smooth it out.

You can use waxing strips to help you achieve this, however we recommend using a comb instead.

When using a comb, you’ll want to pull the comb straight across your face. Make sure you’re pulling upwards towards your cheekbone rather than downwards towards your jaw.

Use a gentle touch to avoid tugging too hard. Pulling too hard can cause damage to your hairs which may lead to ingrown hairs.

Waxing strips are great for maintaining a clean line along your jawline and chin. They come in various sizes and shapes and are designed to fit over your facial hair.

To apply the strip, peel back the backing and place the waxed side against your face. Gently press down so that the strip sticks to your face.

Leave it there for 5 minutes and then gently peel away the strip. Repeat this process every few days until you reach the desired length.

After you’ve finished waxing, wash your face thoroughly with warm water and soap. Use an alcohol-free cleanser to get rid of any residue left behind.

Are There Different Styles Of Lumberjack Beard?

How To Grow A Lumberjack Beard (Style Guide)

Yes! Although some are not very common, there are different styles of lumberjack beards available. These include:

  • Full Beard
  • Half Beard
  • Sideburns
  • Bald
  • Long Beard
  • Short Beard

It’s really up to you what style you go for. However, if you want to grow a long beard then you’ll need more patience than someone who wants to grow a short one.

Make Sure You Have Enough Time

It’s very easy to get carried away with how quickly you want your beard to grow. However, you shouldn’t expect to see results overnight.

It usually takes anywhere between 6–12 weeks for your beard to fully develop. Don’t be discouraged if you haven’t seen any changes after just 1 week.

As long as you’re following our guide above and making sure you’re taking regular care of your beard, you’ll eventually see results.

Will Any Products Help Me Grow My Lumberjack Beard?

Yes! If you’re looking to grow a lumberjack style beard then you should definitely consider investing in beard products.

Beard oils are one of the most popular types of beard products on the market today. They’re designed to keep your facial hair soft and healthy while helping them grow faster.

Beard balms are another type of beard product that work well. These are used to protect your beard from harsh weather conditions or other environmental factors.

Beard creams are yet another option. They contain ingredients such as aloe vera, jojoba oil, vitamin E and argan oil.

These products all have their own unique benefits and will help you achieve the perfect beard.

What Are Some Best Beard Oils On The Market Today?

There are many beard oils available on the market today. Each one has its own set of pros and cons.

The best beard oils tend to be made from 100% organic ingredients. This means they don’t contain any harmful chemicals. They also contain natural essential oils that promote growth and stimulate new hair follicles.

The best beard oils are often made with a blend of several oils. This allows you to find the right combination of oils that works for you. 

Do I Need To Wash My Beard Every Day?

No! It is perfectly fine to skip washing your beard every day. In fact, it’s recommended that you do so.

Washing your beard too frequently could actually cause damage to your facial hair.

Are There Any Famous People With A Lumberjack Beard?

Of course! Many famous people have been known to sport a lumberjack beard. Here are just a few examples:

  • Harrison Ford
  • Brad Pitt
  • Robert Downey Jr.
  • George Clooney
  • Justin Timberlake

If you’d like to look like these celebrities, then you can follow our guide above to learn how to grow a lumberjack beard.

Conclusion

Lumberjack beards are cool and a popular choice of style, but to grow one you’ll need patience and care! Remember, it will not happen overnight and don’t be disheartened if it doesn’t happen quickly. Just keep going

Doug Wells
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