Dying your beard is an effective way to get a younger look without having to look around for a magical potion to get rid of wrinkles. But even though it seems like a simple task, it does involve small risks here and there, involving skin stain. This issue especially happens to those with dry skin, and there are several simple tips that you can follow to ensure clean dying. If you want to obtain a new beard every time successfully, follow the below steps as they’re bound to give you that look you’ve been seeking in no time.
How to dye your beard without staining your skin
#1. Use petroleum jelly, baby oil or barrier cream
Dab some of the above products on the tip of your fingers and gently apply it above the hairline of your beard. Make sure that you’re using a product that has a lovely scent, and avoid baby oil if you don’t like the lingering baby powder scent.
Keep gently rubbing the cream, and add more as needed. The aim here is to cover the skin near the beard with a thick layer to prevent the colorant from reaching it. Repeat the same process for your neck and under your ears, basically anywhere where the excess dye can get.
Be careful when doing this as you don’t the oil on your beard since that would only make the dying process harder and messier afterward.
#2. Use the colorant carefully
Go through the instructions in the dye kit and follow them to the letter. Make sure to use small amounts of the dye and increase them accordingly. Excessive tint can get to your skin, and that’s the last thing you’d want happening before your friend Joe’s wedding.
After applying the product, leave it for as much as possible. Don’t attempt to remove it too early as the dyed water can stain your skin on its way down.
#3. It’s time to remove the dye
Once the recommended time passes, start lifting the colorant by following the instructions on the dye box. Start by removing what’s near your beard with a towel. Do it slowly, no need to rush it. Slowly and steadily, remove the product with circular moves until it’s gone entirely.
If some spots give you a hard time, attempt removing them with a wet cloth as that can facilitate the removal process.
Repeat the process
It’s recommended to dye your beard two to three times per week. Make sure the color is lighter than your hair’s color,as that will make your beard look more authentic, genuine, and natural.
Tips for a successful dying process
- Choose a dye color that goes with your skin; you don’t want to look fake or weird outside
- Make sure the products you’re using are certified and that you don’t have an allergy against them
- Take your time when dying your bread as that will ensure optimal results
- Don’t overdo it.
How to Dye Your Beard Video
When your beard starts looking plain, it’s essential to dye it to get a younger look, but doing so can result in staining your skin, for that you need to take some precautions and follow some tips, like the ones mentioned above. Have you ever had stains after dying your beard before? What did you do to it?