Nuvverbeer's Beard Quest [21st May 2018 - 37 Weeks] - The Tale of Captain Redbeard

For any man 20 and older with a shorter beard (or any facial hair style) and prior beard experience who wants to show off his beard and share his experience.
Nuvverbeer
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December 29th, 2017, 9:12 pm #281

LarryB wrote: The family photo and the walk in the woods photos are both great. You definitely look like you're in your element in the snowy forest.

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Many thanks for the kind message, Larry. Good to hear from you, sir! I'm definitely in my element in the forests :) snowy or otherwise! It's definitely the place to be in order to feel replenished and get my "chi" back (for use of a better word) haha. Cheers!  
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December 29th, 2017, 9:54 pm #282

Hey sir:
Very nice photos you got of yourself, your family and your fire in the forest.  I do understand your financial need, and the consternation of what to do.  Don't do anything until we talk.  I believe you don't need to do much.  The little bit of maintenance will be what you can get under your belt as you stealthily grow on.  You will never need to let a barber touch your trophy, and do what you don't want.  You will be able to do it yourself. 

As we talk about it, you don't want to make the cheeks thinner, because it will make your chin look longer.  Whatever you do, I know won't include lumps off, or any major length.  It will only enhance your confidence, because that is what your beard does for you.

Keep growing that trophy.  You are awesome.
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December 29th, 2017, 10:01 pm #283

Hey Nuvverbeer, have checked out your progress a few times and I gotta say it’s coming along amazing. The change and growth is drastic to say the least. Great beard man. Keep it growing


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January 2nd, 2018, 2:49 pm #284

The only thing better than your beard is reading your updates.  I couldn't picture you without a beard, my man. Looks great!
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January 2nd, 2018, 9:28 pm #285

beardedfather wrote: Hey sir:
Very nice photos you got of yourself, your family and your fire in the forest.  I do understand your financial need, and the consternation of what to do.  Don't do anything until we talk.  I believe you don't need to do much.  The little bit of maintenance will be what you can get under your belt as you stealthily grow on.  You will never need to let a barber touch your trophy, and do what you don't want.  You will be able to do it yourself. 

As we talk about it, you don't want to make the cheeks thinner, because it will make your chin look longer.  Whatever you do, I know won't include lumps off, or any major length.  It will only enhance your confidence, because that is what your beard does for you.

Keep growing that trophy.  You are awesome.
Tom
Greetings Tom! Thanks for the support and kind words, my friend. It's always a blessing to receive your wise words.

I agree with the sentiment and the details of your advice, and really appreciate the confidence, sir. I'm sure that trimming the cheeks to make them 'thinner' would be a terrible idea, for the reasons you mention. Plus it took long enough getting here! Having got this far, I know that's not in my interests to 'fade in' the cheeks, despite what barbers might often go for. A one-size-fits-all approach does not fit all, particularly guys with hair that isn't so thick. 

My first trim will certainly be by me, no doubt about it. It will probably go down in history as the slowest beard trim per follicle cut haha. I recall my earlier error (week 7 or 8) where I tried to be clever and put in a diagonal line at edge of beard with clippers (whilst looking in mirror at 45 degrees) - what a fool haha. I honestly believe that 5-6 small snips at the very ends of the beard (on the sides but not front) could make all the difference, though. I never thought i'd say this, but my cheeks are not far off overtaking the goatee in terms of length. I'd ideally prefer a beard with a heavier/prominent front and slightly subservient sides (tapering into the front). At the moment it is growing out a bit blockish with not much as far as definition or shape. I know i'll have to hang in there to get the front of the beard as long as i'd like (over 4 inches), but the very sides are not far off from the sort of 'baseline' length I want to proceed on from, but are jumping the gun a little bit in terms of length of the lowest hairs at ends of the beard.  The hairs above can still grow out and do their thing. I think i'll have to grow longer than 6 months to get 3-4 inches at the very front.

I still need to take those "forensic beard" pics that I keep promising ahead of any trims. Rest assured, however, the longer I can't get my act together and do that, the longer into 2018 I just grow and find out what'sup! 

Wishing you a happy new year, sir! Hope all is well and you enjoyed your Christmas break (or every sit down you could manage!!). Until next time, all the best. Cheers!
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January 2nd, 2018, 10:27 pm #286

WizzoTheRat wrote: Hey Nuvverbeer, have checked out your progress a few times and I gotta say it’s coming along amazing. The change and growth is drastic to say the least. Great beard man. Keep it growing


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Cheers Wizzo! Really appreciate the kind message and support mate. It's nice to hear from a gent who has checked by a few times along my journey and can attest to the fruits of progress :) that's a reassurance and a compliment. Thank you! All the best, cheers!
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January 2nd, 2018, 10:34 pm #287

skleber11 wrote: The only thing better than your beard is reading your updates.  I couldn't picture you without a beard, my man. Looks great!
Haha thank you very much Skeber! :) I appreciate your support and kind comments mate. The more I think about it, 'unbearded me' is old me, though same old me, haha. I can still picture unbearded me, though I want to have a word with that guy and tell him to give growing a beard a shot! Haha! Keep it bearded, my friend. All the best, until next time. Cheers!
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January 2nd, 2018, 10:43 pm #288

"A pickled head in a fish bowl on robotic legs" what a great phrase, reminds me of the Simpson's when they have Nixon's talking head in a jar. Great photos, looks like you had a nice holiday with family. I know the trimming struggle all too well. I've trimmed my beard so many times in the past nearly two years and I still don't think I've figured it out. I watched as many youtube videos as I can find, but the trick is figuring out what works best for your individual beard. I learn a little more each time I do it. Less is best is the best approach. You just have to dive in and learn from mistakes. Your beard already looks neat, so confidence is key for those interviews, and it seems like you've gained that. Good luck!

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January 7th, 2018, 7:48 pm #289

Greetings gentlemen! 

I hope all is well, and your first weeks back at work, study and play in the new year have been kind to you! A few foggy heads, bloated stomachs and happy souls returning to the fray I expect, but if the beard is there like an anchor giving you something to focus on in 2018, what's the damage? :)

Here I am with my 19 week update, a few days here or there given the hectic nature of life. I finally went through with my personally long anticipated trim and 'trouble shooting' shape up. You will probably laugh hard at how little I took off, but each snip was like cutting wires to disable an explosive device - a cartoon would show it as trembling knees and giant beads of sweat coming off. I aimed solely at the sides, where I tidied up the sideburn lines with two or three snips, look a little weight out of the right sideburn with a light few snips (top to bottom) which was previously quite chunky but is now flatter and more blended. I then took max 1/4 inch off the bottom corners of the beard to keep it a little rounded and not poking in all directions. I took off less than I had planned to just to see how it goes. Happy with what I did, even if it's not noticeable. Better to be gradual and take a little off one day, then wait a few more days to see how the hair falls and shapes up into the beard. In any case, I've got a little extra beard "mojo" for next week as I know I've stayed on top of it. 

Short-Medium term targets are to get the underbeard bulkier (I've been gradually lowering the neckline). If I can get the very outermost neck hairs to 1 inch or longer (they have been growing for perhaps 2 weeks) that will help create a nicer baseline of the beard to maintain. I'd also like to continue grow out the goatee longer, there is an area right in the centre that is very blond and slow growing - no more than an inch long - they were very late to join the party. Once those hairs have gained length (and I hope they do) - I think it will be a really nice blond streak in the goatee that will really pull it together. 

Keeping this one fairly loosey goosey, and focused on growing, snipping and beard goals. I'll try and return to throw some more thoughts and anecdotes around later in the week, chaps. Thanks to all of you who have followed my journey to today, you are great. Until next time, all the best, cheers!

P.S. Apologies for the awful photo quality. My phone camera is still cracked all over the place and has ridiculous orbs, shapes and glowing when taking pictures. When I can haul myself to the shops and get it sorted out it will be much better!
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January 7th, 2018, 8:09 pm #290

Hey sir:
I see the difference, and your neckline is perfection.  I love the longer chin, and the little bit of trimming leaves your face looking just a little longer.  That is a very strong appearance.  "You done good!"  I know what it feels like to snip away with the precision of dismantling a bomb, but that is how you learn, and how you do it yourself. 

I can see the texture of your beard, and it looks great what you did.  I love the lower neckliine, and that is always easy to maintain, and I love the feel, kind of like putting on a knitted blanket to lay on the couch.  It just feels like home, but it looks great with the beard you got.  From your photos, I cannot see your mustache trim.  You look great with a bigger stache and the beard you got.

Keep up the good work, and stay bearded.  You have a "keeper".
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January 9th, 2018, 8:11 pm #291

beardedfather wrote: Hey sir:
I see the difference, and your neckline is perfection.  I love the longer chin, and the little bit of trimming leaves your face looking just a little longer.  That is a very strong appearance.  "You done good!"  I know what it feels like to snip away with the precision of dismantling a bomb, but that is how you learn, and how you do it yourself. 

I can see the texture of your beard, and it looks great what you did.  I love the lower neckliine, and that is always easy to maintain, and I love the feel, kind of like putting on a knitted blanket to lay on the couch.  It just feels like home, but it looks great with the beard you got.  From your photos, I cannot see your mustache trim.  You look great with a bigger stache and the beard you got.

Keep up the good work, and stay bearded.  You have a "keeper".
Tom
Hey there Tom,

Once again thanks a million for the advice on the trim, sir, you are a gentleman and a scholar. Your words are really appreciated and help keep is beard train rolling! Glad to hear that you noticed all the things I was hoping to achieve through the trim. :) Pleased to have the vote of confidence!

If you cannot see the moustache trim - even better - it just means I didn't go O.T.T. It's noticeable to me at around 5ft or so from a mirror, with the trim giving it a more 'blocky' appearance closer up rather than noticing loose hairs sticking out at the ends (they soften the overall shape rather than making it appear bolder, I guess...). As a result, the moustache continues to stay separated from the beard, but no big deal. By now the moustache could in physical terms overlap into the cheeks, but it wouldn't look particularly bold just yet, because the thickest and darkest moustache (more centrally) haven't quite got the desired length to add depth and connectivity to the moustache. I'm happy to wait until they have gotten long enough to join ends of stache (trimming the very ends of moustache every 3 weeks or so, as required, in the meantime). I think an extra half inch on the moustache could have pretty decent results compared to what I have now.

Much preferring the revised neckline and having more roundness in the very corners, much easier to maintain as you say, and I can easily bunch it all up with outstretched palms and smooth the underside into place with my thumbs if taking off a long sleeved top. Nice and easy. I also hope that the very outer hairs in the neckline grow coarse and rigid, so to help push the goatee/front of beard forward. At the moment, the front hangs down and curves slightly back towards the neck, but that is because it is not fully 'reinforced' by the hairs behind which are a fair bit shorter in length. Just going to keep growing the neck out and through the incremental trimming of stragglers in the goatee and slight trims, it should all catch up and act as a sea of hairs rather than a lake beside a land bank. 

Visited our client at his superb country manor today, and he's a bearded chap who is as down to earth as they come, and just an all round cool dude. Beard was no issue, of course, just a handful of bearded gents chatting about how to get this planning consent sorted out. Certainly not coming across as the bare faced, youthful-looking 'assistant' anymore. Much more like a furry-faced bloke at the table with the big boys. Hahaha.

Thanks again, sir. Hope to hear that you are even closer to working out the perfect strategy for taking your vinyard and winery to the next level, my friend. Your knowledge of beards is narrowly supassed by your understanding of the grape, or perhaps vice versa, so by all counts you have mastered a number of vocations in absolute style!

Keeping it bearded, and marching on towards the 6 month mark. Keep well and carry on being awesome, sir. Until we catch up next time, all the best. Cheers! 
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January 9th, 2018, 8:30 pm #292

I'll chime in to say that your careful trim was highly effective. You tidied things up, which is good. But more importantly, it really solidified the look of your beard. Your perseverance has resulted in a beard that looks far stronger than one might have guessed early on, and you should be proud of yourself not only for the beard you've grown, but for the strength of will that brought you to this point. You are a great example of the idea that good things come to those who wait.

You describe vividly the pleasure you took in feeling like one of the "big boys." You already were, of course, but isn't it delightful to experience that extra bit of confidence and pride our beards can give us?

All the best to you (and your beard)!

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January 9th, 2018, 8:51 pm #293

johnsow30 wrote: "A pickled head in a fish bowl on robotic legs"  what a great phrase, reminds me of the Simpson's when they have Nixon's talking head in a jar.  Great photos, looks like you had a nice holiday with family.  I know the trimming struggle all too well.  I've trimmed my beard so many times in the past nearly two years and I still don't think I've figured it out.  I watched as many youtube videos as I can find, but the trick is figuring out what works best for your individual beard.  I learn a little more each time I do it.  Less is best is the best approach.  You just have to dive in and learn from mistakes.  Your beard already looks neat, so confidence is key for those interviews, and it seems like you've gained that.  Good luck!

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Hey Mr J! Hope all is well with you, sir. Thank you very much for the kind comments and you are bang on the money with the Simpsons reference - that's precisely what I had in mind mate! That or the "Citizen Snips" scene from Futurama haha! Picked heads in fish bowls aside, I agree with your sentiment about learning your own beard and finding that it's almost an ever evolving and growing hair garden. I found that whilst Youtube has a couple of posters who have similar (in the loosest possible sense) beards or growth patterns to mine and some nuggets of insight to take on board, most are comfortable speaking about their own beards and what works for them. That, or they are naturally gifted with immense growth and are happy to let barbers style their beards as required. By contrast, this Board truly has its finger on the pulse, and far less 'click-centric'. Such an array and depth of experience, and beardsmen at all stages of beardedness, such variation, and from all walks of life etc., and all a great bunch. 

Really appreciate the compliments mate, and glad you think the beard is looking neat. That's probably concern number one for me, and has been since day one. I'm sure that concern is mutual among the majority of gents here. I'm even surer that most of those concerns are misplaced. Thanks for your continued encouragement and support, my friend. It's always a pleasure to hear from you. Until next time, all the best. Cheers! 
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January 9th, 2018, 10:06 pm #294

Everyone has left such long posts, so I will be brief.

Good Trim!
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January 10th, 2018, 3:16 am #295

Nuvverbeer wrote:
beardedfather wrote: Hey sir:
I see the difference, and your neckline is perfection.  I love the longer chin, and the little bit of trimming leaves your face looking just a little longer.  That is a very strong appearance.  "You done good!"  I know what it feels like to snip away with the precision of dismantling a bomb, but that is how you learn, and how you do it yourself. 

I can see the texture of your beard, and it looks great what you did.  I love the lower neckliine, and that is always easy to maintain, and I love the feel, kind of like putting on a knitted blanket to lay on the couch.  It just feels like home, but it looks great with the beard you got.  From your photos, I cannot see your mustache trim.  You look great with a bigger stache and the beard you got.

Keep up the good work, and stay bearded.  You have a "keeper".
Tom
Hey there Tom,

Once again thanks a million for the advice on the trim, sir, you are a gentleman and a scholar. Your words are really appreciated and help keep is beard train rolling! Glad to hear that you noticed all the things I was hoping to achieve through the trim. :) Pleased to have the vote of confidence!

If you cannot see the moustache trim - even better - it just means I didn't go O.T.T. It's noticeable to me at around 5ft or so from a mirror, with the trim giving it a more 'blocky' appearance closer up rather than noticing loose hairs sticking out at the ends (they soften the overall shape rather than making it appear bolder, I guess...). As a result, the moustache continues to stay separated from the beard, but no big deal. By now the moustache could in physical terms overlap into the cheeks, but it wouldn't look particularly bold just yet, because the thickest and darkest moustache (more centrally) haven't quite got the desired length to add depth and connectivity to the moustache. I'm happy to wait until they have gotten long enough to join ends of stache (trimming the very ends of moustache every 3 weeks or so, as required, in the meantime). I think an extra half inch on the moustache could have pretty decent results compared to what I have now.

Much preferring the revised neckline and having more roundness in the very corners, much easier to maintain as you say, and I can easily bunch it all up with outstretched palms and smooth the underside into place with my thumbs if taking off a long sleeved top. Nice and easy. I also hope that the very outer hairs in the neckline grow coarse and rigid, so to help push the goatee/front of beard forward. At the moment, the front hangs down and curves slightly back towards the neck, but that is because it is not fully 'reinforced' by the hairs behind which are a fair bit shorter in length. Just going to keep growing the neck out and through the incremental trimming of stragglers in the goatee and slight trims, it should all catch up and act as a sea of hairs rather than a lake beside a land bank. 

Visited our client at his superb country manor today, and he's a bearded chap who is as down to earth as they come, and just an all round cool dude. Beard was no issue, of course, just a handful of bearded gents chatting about how to get this planning consent sorted out. Certainly not coming across as the bare faced, youthful-looking 'assistant' anymore. Much more like a furry-faced bloke at the table with the big boys. Hahaha.

Thanks again, sir. Hope to hear that you are even closer to working out the perfect strategy for taking your vinyard and winery to the next level, my friend. Your knowledge of beards is narrowly supassed by your understanding of the grape, or perhaps vice versa, so by all counts you have mastered a number of vocations in absolute style!

Keeping it bearded, and marching on towards the 6 month mark. Keep well and carry on being awesome, sir. Until we catch up next time, all the best. Cheers! 
I always believe for me that as a bearded man, I felt more comfortable with myself and confident.  You look really confident, so to be a bare faced stand in for your boss is no longer possible.  You look like you are in command...a real take charge kind of guy.  It is an excellent look for you.  But handsome also.
It is a pleasure to be together on our life and beard journeys.  Thanks.
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January 10th, 2018, 7:08 pm #296

MplsGuy wrote: I'll chime in to say that your careful trim was highly effective. You tidied things up, which is good. But more importantly, it really solidified the look of your beard. Your perseverance has resulted in a beard that looks far stronger than one might have guessed early on, and you should be proud of yourself not only for the beard you've grown, but for the strength of will that brought you to this point. You are a great example of the idea that good things come to those who wait.

You describe vividly the pleasure you took in feeling like one of the "big boys." You already were, of course, but isn't it delightful to experience that extra bit of confidence and pride our beards can give us?

All the best to you (and your beard)!

Randy
Hey there, sir! Thank you very much for the thoughtful and kind comments. As ever, you are absolutely on point with the philosophical observations! I am indeed delighted to wear a sign of dedication and fortitude, as I am sure that beards have that effect. It doesn't hurt that beards are inherently manly either, so that just adds to the pride aspect and channels lion manes. Happy to be one of the pride! 

I sincerely hope that my journey can help instil the beard bug in other gents who are still becoming acquainted with the idea of growing out their beards. After all, the journey has been full of surprises from the word 'go', and few days are quite the same having a beard, most are better for it! Long may it continue!

Keep it bearded, Randy. You have absolutely owned the beard, and look terrific mate. All the best, until next time. Cheers!
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January 10th, 2018, 7:10 pm #297

Slybeard wrote: Everyone has left such long posts, so I will be brief.

Good Trim!
Many thanks Slybeard! I'm glad that it worked out well and I have the know-how and confidence to do the same again next time when it needs trimming. I appreciate the vote of confidence, sir. All the best! Cheers! 
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January 10th, 2018, 7:31 pm #298

Another self trimmer! Good man, looking sharp.
I know exactly where your coming from as we go for the first cut. I have to approach my trims over the course of a few days, a little at a time but as long as we're confidant & methodical how we approach it we finish with a look that's right for us.

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January 11th, 2018, 10:34 pm #299

Stevie t wrote: Another self trimmer! Good man, looking sharp.
I know exactly where your coming from as we go for the first cut. I have to approach my trims over the course of a few days, a little at a time but as long as we're confidant & methodical how we approach it we finish with a look that's right for us.

Regards Stevie
Many thanks for the kind words and vote of confidence, sir! It's good to hear from you Stevie and i'm always glad to meet another self trimmer! :) cheers for the expert tips! I'm also trying to work on a several day sort of operation. Painstakingly incremental, but that's just how it goes. Today I snipped 3 or 4 stragglers nearer the front of beard (a few days after the trim I updated with). I'd deliberately not done anything to the front as part of my first proper trim, and was just scoping out how everything falls into place now. 

I'm a fairly fledgling member of the club, but the helpful advice is greatly appreciated. I have come to think of the errors associated with unscrupulous beard trims like popping spots - hahaha - thankfully i'm now well clear of those teenage years now - but I recall those times where the more spots you pop - the ones that will sort themselves out in time quickly and dramatically look 'big' or problematic in contrast once you have begun. Before you know it, and several minutes a later, it's a spot massacre, and it's completely over the top reaction leaving a bit of a mess in its wake. It's the same with beard trims - if you get carried away - without giving things time to settle down and get impatient - you'll spend a week or maybe several regretting it. I'm taking it steady as I'm carrying a time-investment around on the face haha.

Cheers again Stevie. All the best, until next time!
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January 12th, 2018, 8:59 pm #300

Greetings gents! I'm not far away from my next update, but couldn't resist sharing this glorious pic in the meantime. A fan favourite footballer from our local football team who has an incredible warrior beard. Haha. He's an absolute live-wire and runs around getting involved in all corners of the field, into everything, and has the fiery mane to go with it. He has almost the exact same colouration as my beard, and I think if I can grow towards the length he has, I could also have a beard that is a bushy red warrior beard. We'll have to see eh? :) Update coming soon. Cheers guys!
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