To a woman, a man’s beard is entirely subjective. Like men in general, they come in all shapes, sizes and maturity-if you know what I mean.
If you have one, how you trim or groom it is entirely up to you. One thing we should all know, however, is it should be well washed and void of food scraps. If you’ve never had your beard washed professionally, it isn’t as simple of a process as you would think and it should happen way more often than it does.
I realize this is limiting advice, but a beard should be treated as a fine work of art, subject to style and taste, and no one beard suits all. And if you are going to exercise your right to have a beard, there are a few things you need to know: The beard line should be below the jaw line underneath it a bit. Don’t sport the chinstrap anymore that is out. Use an aftershave so you can prevent any outbreaks or ingrown hairs. Last but not least, don’t leave your razor in the shower. It will rust quickly and the blade will go dull.