The membership is a selective process. To become a member, you need to –
- Grow and maintain one of the many styles of Beards. Be committed to your beard.
- Be willing to be an active member of the club by helping out as and when needed.
- Be willing to associate with and carry out charitable ventures for the club.
- Promote the club and its work on all forums.
- Good social media presence on Facebook & Instagram.
The Club Organises various Events Like BeardoThon & The Distinguish Gentleman’s Ride to raise Funds & create awareness on Men’s Health & Cancer.
The club has 6 basic rules, as under –
- Grow a beard and then we shall talk.
- Grow it ever; shave it never.
- Care for your beard; and the beard will care for you.
- Be a bearded man and respect women.
- Be generous; a little charity never killed nobody.
- Bearded life; it’s the way for a select few.
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Patience is the main key to sport a bad ass beard!
- Have Patience – It’ll take most guys about a month to grow out a full beard, over-shaping it in the early days until you can see what you’ve got going on. (Do use a trimmer to make sure the hairs are all even in length, though).
- Accept The Itch -A new beard can feel like “a cactus poking your skin” says Olvera, but the prickly sensation subsides after a week, so stay tough. It helps to brush the hair so everything grows in the same direction.
- Wash That Shit – It’s hair, so you need to clean it or dirt can get trapped underneath. Wash your beard in the shower every day, just like your hair. Try a gentle Beard Wash and conditioner.
- Oiling & Greasing – Hair that’s supple lays flat and won’t scratch your girlfriend. Oil your beard twice a day with some good beard oil for shine and to keep skin underneath moisturized.
- Avoid Hard Lines – A beard shouldn’t end at your chin. Let the hair grow naturally up to about an inch or two above your Adam’s apple.
A daily grooming routine and a monthly barber shop visit will do your Beard wonders.
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