How to Do the Lumberjack Beard
You don’t need a flannel shirt or axe to pull off this look, just a little patience and some Paul Bunyan-sized commitment. It’s manliness at its best.
How to Do the Lumberjack Beard Step-by-Step
Let your hair grow for at least a month, or until you have a good amount of hair growth.
As your hair becomes longer, you want to gradually start trimming with your Wahl trimmer. The hair at your cheekbones should be trimmed neatly to create a clean line from sideburn to the outside of the mouth. Hair that grows underneath the cheekbones should get gradually longer as you get down to the jawline and around the chin. Use different trimmer guides to blend or fade shorter hair into the longer hair.
The hair around the mouth should be full. No areas should remain bare.
The longest whiskers should be grown around the chin.
What to use
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Combing Your Beard
Before trimming, comb your beard in the direction it grows so that all the hairs are at their maximum height and facing the same direction.
Wahl Trimmers Have Attachment Heads
Wahl has been an innovator in beard trimming technology and offers a variety of trimmers that will get the job done.
Choose the Guide Comb You Need
Understand the length of beard you want and then use trimmer guide combs to achieve said length.
Trim in the Direction of Growth for Long Beards
Longer beards require trimming in the direction of hair growth to avoid a patchy look.
Trim in Any Direction for Short Beard
For shorter styles, you can trim in either direction depending on the look you want.
Evening Out Your Beard and Neckline
To maintain an even beard with neck hair, try to keep hair length shorter than the hair growing on your chin and cheeks as neck hair tends to be thicker.
Cleaning Up Your Facial Hair
Always clean up loose or long hair around the lips.