Five Guidelines for Rocking the Gray/Silver/White Beard | George Bruno

Parker Mallouf

Today we have a special guest appearance by the one and only George Bruno aka Gray Bailey.

Having a gray beard is awesome, but keeping it awesome takes time, patience, and attention to detail. George offers his 5 most important tips on how you can keep your silver face forest looking better than ever.

1. Focus more on beard care, than beard trimming - There are infinite shades of gray. Use this to your benefit and allow the colors to create dimensions

2. Be aware of foods/drinks that can discolor the beard - Anything and everything shows up on a gray/white beard. Be aware of certain foods that might cause your beard to change color.

3. Condition Obsessively - Light colored beards have a different texture. After the gray/white color begins to dominate your facial hair, you'll notice your beard beginning to soften up. This is especially evident when your beard becomes longer.

4. Change the overall color schemes of your wardrobe - When your beard begins to become dominantly white/gray, try to wear darker clothing. nothing compliments your beard than a nice steady contrast in colors.

5. Rock the wisdom - It's no secret that men with beards are viewed differently than men without them. This is especially true for white beards. typically speaking, a white beard signifies you've been on this earth a bit longer than most people. Use this as a chance to share your wisdom and intelligence with the people around you.

Check out Gray Bailey's YouTube channel


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  • Super video.
    Thanks for sharing your insight.

    Rhomeo on

  • Thanks for the feed back gentlemen. I have emailed you in regards to the comments. Definitely check out the Beardbrand Utility Balm and Beard Softener for your grey/white beards. Beard on!

    Parker M. on

  • I have a grey beard! Thanks for the tips! What conditioner do you use??

    Greg Prichard on

  • I too have a grey beard now for several years. I am also a Black male my hair is not stringy but curly. I have not seen many products to address my beard type. I would really like to have that evaluated.

    WIll on

  • Actually, since my beard has turned white/grey it has become much more wiry than when it was predominantly black. However, I would like to thank George for some advice he gave in one of his YouTube videos. I have been using VO5 blue on my beard and it really helps keep the white, white. You guys need to formulate some product directed towards your greybeard bretheren!

    Anthony Pelletier on

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