Ready to take your manly-man look to the next level? It's time for you to give your beard a unique accent with some stylish and eye-catching beard beads.

Whether you already have a well-groomed facial hair masterpiece or are just starting out on your facial hair journey, putting in those perfect beads can intensify even the most demanding style.

And don't worry if you've never used them before—we'll walk you through all the steps so that by the end of this post, beard beads will be old friends.  From selecting the right material and size to finally threading it through each tuft of hair or whisker—you’ll be an expert when it comes to beefin' up your bad boy look!

Supplies you'll need for putting beard beads in:

Beading Tool - The beading tool will help you slide your beads onto your beard.

Hair Elastic Bands - It's important that you use hair elastics and not just any old rubber band.   Hair Elastics are small but mighty. They glide onto your hair with ease. When it's time to take them out, they glide right off without pulling or tugging, as rubber bands do.

Beads - When buying beard beads, it’s important to look for ones that are made from durable materials, so they don’t rust after multiple uses. Also, consider getting more than one size/diameter of bead - this will help depending on how thick or coarse your beard hair is.

·      First, take a tuft of your beard hair and then grab a hair elastic, and wrap it around your tuft of beard hair putting it in the location that you would like your bead to be

·      Then grab a bead and the beading tool and thread the bead onto the wire portion of the tool and slide it down to the bottom of the wire.

·      You'll then want to thread your tuft of hair through the loop on the wire tool.

·       Then slide the beat up until it meets your beard hair and give the tool a gentle tug and slide the bead up on your tuft of beard hair.  Wala you just inserted your first bead!

A couple of things to keep in mind while beading your beard

The amount of hair you grab in your tuft is important, too much hair and you won't be able to get the bead on, if this is the case don't force the bead on as that can damage your hair.  If you grab too little hair the bead won't hold.

Also, the elastic band is optional, if you have beard hair that's thick and coarse you might be one of the lucky ones that the beads will stay in place on their own.  If you are like me and have thinner finer beard hair, the elastic will really help to hold the bead in place.

So, there you have it! Putting in beard beads is just a few easy steps away. If followed correctly, it shouldn't take more than a few minutes of your day.

By following this step-by-step guide, our hope is that you will obtain the desired style and create a unique look for yourself. Many men claim an increase in confidence from sporting this fashionable look and it can be the perfect accessory to enhance your facial features.

So, take the plunge - we hope this article has given you the information you were looking for about how to put in beard beads, if you’re looking for some edgy Viking beard beads, tap the link below to find our top picks.  

Now get out there and make sure to rock your new style with pride!