Hello and good morning my beautiful brothers, it’s me your Bearded Captain, leader of all Beards and flag bearer of all Beards on digital and digital broadcasting media, I am that Beard who tries to make people laugh and I am that Beard who tries to make people smile.
Brothers, I pray you’re well, looking after yourselves and your Beards! My soldiers, I want to talk to you about an important issue in the life of Beards. My beloved’s I want to talk to you about the fresh trimmed or the freshly cut beard.
Of course, when I say fresh cut beard, this isn’t too much that your Beard looks close to non existent, and worse still looks like a two day stubble. I can’t relate fully here, but can to a point, but when you get a hair cut it’s the best feeling and possibly the worst.
I will clarify what I mean my Beards. Brothers, the just trimmed feeling is one of the best known to man, but there is a flipside. The flipside is this is you have long hair and have trimmed it in a certain way, you’re paranoid in case it moves out of place.
You might deny this, but we all do it. The wary of the wind now blowing your hair and ruining your style. For me, as I am bald, no I don’t have to worry about using too much Mr Sheen, no brothers for me it’s when I shave my head and think I am done, I can spend hours on end searching for little hair that I might have missed.
The funny thing is with that, there have been times where I have done my hair, gone out noticed I have not shaved a bit and as I come home, run my hand over my head- get the razor blade and shave over the offending part.
With beards there is this problem too, the issue of being paranoid of when you just cut it. Now, brothers I don’t cut it thinking the barber has missed a spot when he has just done it. No my beloved’s my problem is, is that I almost hold my beard when it’s windy, not wanting my beard style to get ruined.
I get beard itches and I am paranoid, not to itch too much, other wise beard looks messy. I also stare in the mirror, even longer than I normally do and carefully put my beard with water and the Beard balm.
I get very paranoid, I pat my Beard down and I am paranoid, in case I over pat my Beard down. Once this paranoia settles down, you get some time to revel in your well groomed looked, but if my cousin is to be believed, you should cut your hair every two to three weeks.
With your Beard I would say every month, it’s over and out from The Bearded Captain.