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Do's and don'ts of Bro-hair care

Do: Shampoo and condition. It keeps the hair clean and soft. Oils help, too. "When I grow a beard, I usually condition it, because it is kind of a rougher hair," Paul says. Don't: Let snow and icicles accumulate. Do: Use a strong-hold wax for sty...

Do: Shampoo and condition. It keeps the hair clean and soft. Oils help, too.

"When I grow a beard, I usually condition it, because it is kind of a rougher hair," Paul says.

Don't: Let snow and icicles accumulate.

Do: Use a strong-hold wax for styling.

Paul uses a wax that "holds like concrete."

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You'll wake up with beard hair sticking out in different directions, he says, but at least it'll stay in place the night before.

Bill likes Firehouse Moustache Wax, which donates a portion of the proceeds to charity.

Don't: Leave food in your beard or mustache.

Wives are kind enough to point out a crumb here or there, but you have to learn to feed yourself a little differently.

"You require more napkins," Bill says.

Do: Use a straw.

"Yogurt and smoothies are a nightmare. Like a shake, you don't want to eat a shake unless you have a straw," Paul says.

Sources: Bros on Broadway participants Paul Ouradnik and Bill Lempe

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