Chelsea Greene @seagreenehair is based in Wichita, KS and she has built a loyal Instagram fan base around her eye-popping work with brights, dramatic placement, close crops, and overall hair art.  In the video below, she takes us through a beard shape-up, pointing out several key points to keep in mind: 

"Dropping another beard video for you guys! It’s okay it grow out your beard just remember to find someone you trust to keep it shaped nicely during that process! I actually do beard trims pretty often in the salon and I think it’s fun.😜⁣⁣⁣

⁣⁣I know a lot of stylists are scared at the thought, but there’s just a few main things to remember for a great beard shaping 🧔

1. It’s super visual, you have to comb the hair out and trim what doesn’t fit. You have to keep in mind places where the hair is less dense, and try your best to balance places where the hair may not grow in as much.

2. Also there’s a lot of different shapes you can work with but I usually just decide based on what it looks like it will let me do, while looking full and healthy.

3. Also don’t forget the stache! They will be so grateful they don’t have to eat their hair anymore. Luckily my grandma made me help trim the shrubs when I was younger, little did I know she was preparing me for the future 😂⁣⁣⁣

⁣⁣Side note: Please do a proper consultation with them about their beard as well! Don’t be afraid to take it slow the first time to build beard-trust!⁣ Did you notice there was several times I laid my hands underneath? I do this so I can tell a little bit easier if anything is uneven. You can also use a white piece of paper for this as well 🙌🏻⁣"

⁣⁣⁣Green worked with her Shark Fin Shears (visit her IG page's bio for a promo code!) and Wahl Professional Sterling Mag Trimmers.  

Music: www.bensound.com

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Dropping another beard video for you guys! It’s okay it grow out your beard just remember to find someone you trust to keep it shaped nicely during that process! I actually do beard trims pretty often in the salon and I think it’s fun.😜⁣⁣⁣ ⁣⁣⁣ I know a lot of stylists are scared at the thought, but there’s just a few main things to remember for a great beard shaping 🧔 It’s super visual, you have to comb the hair out and trim what doesn’t fit. You have to keep in mind places where the hair is less dense, and try your best to balance places where the hair may not grow in as much. Also there’s a lot of different shapes you can work with but I usually just decide based on what it looks like it will let me do, while looking full and healthy. Also don’t forget the stache! They will be so grateful they don’t have to eat their hair anymore. Luckily my grandma made me help trim the shrubs when I was younger, little did I know she was preparing me for the future 😂⁣⁣⁣ ⁣⁣ Side note: please do a proper consultation with them about their beard as well! Don’t be afraid to take it slow the first time to build beard-trust!⁣ Did you notice there was several times I laid my hands underneath? I do this so I can tell a little bit easier if anything is uneven. You can also use a white piece of paper for this as well 🙌🏻⁣ ⁣⁣⁣ Couldn’t have done it without my @sharkfinshears (promo code in bio) and @wahlpro sterling mag trimmers.⁣⁣ ⁣ ⁣⁣⁣ Music: www.bensound.com

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