10 Years of Bigen Use

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10 Years of Bigen Use

As an African-American man, having a gray beard isn’t exactly what I anticipated. However I have been growing a beard on and off for the last 10 years. I have found it very difficult to cut my beard, as I always seem to grow it right back during the winter months.

One of the most challenging things I’ve found about my beard being totally snow white. Is that it never was truly fully black, to begin with. It all started back in high school I was about 17 years old full of ambition ready to take on college or whatever opportunities come my way.

I started to notice little speckles of gray hairs on my sideburns then as I progress on to college. At this point I hadn’t actually a temper to grow a full beard, I had always rocked the line sideburns 2 inches thick that ran jawline. After I had got my first job doing AC repair, I figured necessary to claim my nuts into manhood with a beard with my first labor job. 

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I hated the work, but fortunately, the ladies loved the beard. The downside is that I had to use bigen every 10-14 days to keep the color from totally greying out. So I made it my business to keep my beard maintained because it played such a large force in my personal mojo. 

I had always been brought up to resent my nappy hair, then suddenly everything shifted when I discovered the righteousness of people’s that derive from Africa.

Whenever I would show up for meetings regarding possible clients for my marketing company if left untamed my potential client would be become fixated on the fact I was mid 20’s and fully snowed out. 

I couldn’t allow this to stop or slow down my money so I made a strategic decision to embrace products for African American beard care to keep myself fresh and vibrant looking. I believe it was my girlfriend that first recommended beginning to me, now nearly a decade ago.

Now flash forward into present times, it is November 11th, 2018 my 2-year-old son Princeton is in the room and I’m laying on my couch in my office apartment full snowed out, as I took the last month to grow my beard just in time for winter. 

As I do not best to gear up for the launch of new companies for 2019. My strategy is to reinvent my look into something woke and smooth, I’ve watched a lot of black panther so its essential I tap into my inner Wakanda and show of my beautiful naps.

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