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How to Style a Beard

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    1. How to Trim Your Beard | Part 1
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    A beard can denote great wisdom or great laziness. Learn what your beard communicates, and how to properly groom it to achieve the facial hair of your dreams.

    A beard can denote great wisdom or great laziness. Learn what your beard communicates, and how to properly groom it to achieve the facial hair of your dreams.

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    2. How to Trim Your Beard | Part 2
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    Are you tired of looking like a mountain man? Learn to trim a beard into the stylish and simple Verdi, Hollywoodian, Balbo, and French beard styles.

    Are you tired of looking like a mountain man? Learn to trim a beard into the stylish and simple Verdi, Hollywoodian, Balbo, and French beard styles.

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    3. How to Trim Your Beard | Part 3
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    Don’t just shave off your beard - trim it! This lesson teaches you beard history and simultaneously demonstrates how you can shape your face with your razor.

    Don’t just shave off your beard - trim it! This lesson teaches you beard history and simultaneously demonstrates how you can shape your face with your razor.

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    4. How to Color Your Beard
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    Cover up those grey beard or moustache hairs (or just go for an new look from crown to chin) by coloring your facial hair with help from Sciascia's Salon.

    Cover up those grey beard or moustache hairs (or just go for an new look from crown to chin) by coloring your facial hair with help from Sciascia's Salon.

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Bryan V
Simple, straightforward advice appreciated. Thank you.
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