If you have thick, curly (or even wavy) facial hair, you've probably dealt with beard knots. These little tangles have the potential to grow into major issues that literally have you wanting to rip out your hair, which is why knowing how to untangle your beard is important.

Your beard ought to make you proud rather than make you want to rip your follicles out. Thankfully, there are a number of things you can do to assist in preventing tangles from developing in the first place. 

a close up picture of a tangled beard



Purchasing the appropriate beard care tools can make a world of difference.

When it comes to taming and managing facial hair while still improving its natural shine, a boar bristle brush is made specially for facial hair and works wonderfully.

This kind of brush evenly and effectively distributes sebum (skins natural oils) in your beard, which conditions the hair.

The flexible, robust, and stiff bristles help to smooth and detangle your beard without ripping or harming the hair.

The bristles cleanse the hair strands and help get rid of debris and flakes of dandruff

To avoid irritating your skin underneath, on longer beards use longer brush bristles, and on short beard styles use a shorter bristle brush.

A wooden beard comb is more practical for removing knots and tangles, whereas a beard brush is better if you're striving for a thicker or fuller looking beard.

When using a comb, it's important to begin at the bottom of your beard first and then work your way up.

Related: How To Comb Your Beard Correctly

A mustache comb may be all you need if you're just sporting a mustache to make sure the hairs are all pointing in the right way.

Utilize both a beard brush and a beard comb to gain the benefits each beard care tool has to offer.

Before using the brush to maintain and style your beard, use the comb to detangle it.


Even more crucial than picking the appropriate tools for your beard is picking the appropriate products.

Beard oils, butters, balms, and washes, give your beard moisture, styling capabilities, and protection.

To eliminate dirt and extra oils while preserving hydration, beard wash is always the first phase in your beard grooming routine.

Advice: Check your beard wash if you notice that your beard frequently develops broken ends. Some shampoos on the beard can be abrasive, cause dry skin under the beard, and lead to breakage.

Beard Beasts Beard Wash makes it easy to wash your beard every day without compromising the beard's natural oils.

Our beard wash will leave your beard feeling nourished and silky, in stark contrast to the dry, irritated feeling you get after using traditional soaps and shampoos.

Beard Beasts Beard Wash is a specially made shampoo for facial hair that is free of harsh chemicals and designed to keep your beard clean, healthy, and shiny.

Aloe Vera Extract and other ingredients included in our wash contain anti-inflammatory and antibacterial qualities, which are useful in acne treatment since they reduce skin irritation and discomfort. Chamomile acts as a skin protectant and beard cleanser.

After washing your beard, apply beard oil to your beard next, then use a beard brush or comb to evenly distribute the product evenly throughout your hair. To soften, lessen beard itch, and lessen/eliminate dandruff, use a beard oil that contains excellent natural ingredients. 

Beard Beasts Natural Beard Oil can help with dry skin, beard itch, dandruff, and ingrown hairs by keeping the skin underneath the beard well hydrated and nourished.

If you want your mustache to have more of a hold, use wax, butter, or beard balm. No matter how coarse the hair is, beard butter can soften and strengthen it.

Given our dedication to using genuine, all-natural products, you can be sure that your decision to buy from Beard Beasts will be a wise one.


You might be reluctant to trim the ends of your beard while it's still growing out, but doing so is crucial for maintaining a healthy beard.

Beards are susceptible to split ends and breakage in the long run, just like the hair on top of your head.

Split ends can cause your beard to grow in strange directions and develop more knots, in addition to making it look less groomed.

If you're anything like me, the mere thought of having to go to the barber every now and again for a quick trim will make you shudder all the way to the core.

However, choosing a light trim actually helps maintain the number of split ends and damaged hairs to a minimum.

If you let your beard grow on its own, you're probably blissfully ignorant of the countless split beard hairs you have.

Split ends are unsightly up close and prevent your beard from developing properly.

In order to keep your beard looking great, give it a small trim every now and again.

If you're feeling a little bolder, you can always follow a guide to help you do it securely in the comfort of your own home.

To avoid creating even more frays if you choose to do it at home, select a pair of scissors that are both sharp and clean.

To achieve a more even and consistent appearance, use a comb to measure and trim the tips of your split ends.


Beard care should be performed frequently!

Beard grooming should not be overlooked, much like the other stages in your grooming routines.

Carefully cleaning your beard is the first thing you should do. You can clean the beard of impurities that have accumulated throughout the day by using a specialized product like Beard Beasts Gentle Beard Wash.

Additionally, it will make the hairs more supple and assist in shielding it from daily harm.

Don't forget to use other beneficial products in addition to a brush or comb.

You should undoubtedly use beard oil every day.

Your beard will become smoother and silkier if you apply it every morning after washing or right before bed (and keep it on as a mask overnight).

Regular beard trimming is another aspect of beard care. You'll prevent allowing the hair to curl and tangle with one another even if it's just a few millimeters.

Even a long mane must be kept under control. These all-around positive actions will keep your beard hair softer and smoother, which will stop knots from growing.

I hope this article on how to untangle your beard was insightful. 

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