How to Grow and Maintain the Perfect Connected Goatee
Growing a connected goatee requires patience, dedication, and a bit of shaping and maintenance. Here's how to do it:
1. Start with a Clean Slate
Before you begin growing out your connected goatee, it's essential to start with a clean slate. Shave off any existing facial hair, including sideburns and mustache, to give yourself a blank canvas to begin. We recommend using a shave lube to help the razor glide on your face and prevent any irritations.
2. Let It Grow
Once you've shaved off your facial hair, it's time to let the beard grow. Allow your facial hair to be at least an inch or two to give yourself enough length to work with in the later steps. Using caffeine and biotin, we recommend picking up a beard boost serum to promote rapid hair growth.
3. Shape It Up
After your beard has grown, it's time to shape it up. Use a beard trimmer to define the lines of your goatee and mustache, connecting the two at the corners of your mouth. Make sure to use a precision trimmer like Wild Willie’s, The Edge Beard Shaping Tool to get clean, sharp lines. Use a beard brush to shape your goatee and tame any stray hair.
4. Keep It Clean
[DESCRIPTION OF STEP 4]
Here are some of our favorite product recommendations to help you get the perfect Connected Goatee:
- Shave Lube: This shaving lube utilizes caffeine, jojoba, and eucalyptus to improve your morning grooming routine and boost your shave game.
- Bear Boost Serum: This serum uses the power of caffeine and biotin, which promotes hair growth and helps you thicken, build and grow your beard.
- Beard Brush: This beard brush is made with boar bristles guaranteed to help you shape your beard precisely.