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I put hair conditioner in mine a few times and it made my goatee softer.

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Cloud9, I did 20 years in the Navy and never got to grow a beard. It's only been a year since I retired, and I'm not used to being able to let whats left of my hair grow out, or grow a beard. I just keep my 70's porn star mustache and still keep it within military standards. It will take a while for me to get the military grooming standards out of my system, Still do the high and tight haircut, but no beard yet.

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once again, Shel, I'm like you. And I like it a lot when whiskered rub over my nipples.

But, I digress...

Hubby uses conditioner daily on his, as he shampoos his hair daily too. He uses a conditioning shampoo and also conditioner (we have hard water here) and there's not a prob. Every so often he gets a stray mustache hair that gets wiry. Those he will pluck. Ouch.

Lots of people are recommended shea butter for softer skin and hair, so that might also be something you try. If you look good in a goatee, then that's your confidence, and you should always do what you think is best for you. I do highlight my hair, for instance, b/c my husband likes it, but he knows once it's fall/winter, that I'll go back to what I truly like on myself, which is darker hair, more true to my original.

My point is, it's never a bad thing to do something for your mate...especially sexually (if it's scratchy, you shaved it off for her benefit), but you have to also like YOU. :) So, try conditioner like you have and let us know if that works.

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I am kind of unique in the fact that I like that feeling. When I played with my friend I specifically requested that he not shave. But I can agree, most women I think do not prefer the feeling of whiskers.


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From your picture you do NOT look non maintained!! I mean, bushy. Like some shit you see from the guy that was in da woods and its all scrappy looking and shit LOL. And you KNOW I love your hair hahaha!


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"you look like grizzly adams and its a complete turn off"

Ohhh Well there goes that road trip down the drain...LOL

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I can only speak for me. I love WELL MAINTAINED beards and goatees. Well maintained...you look like grizzly adams and its a complete turn off. And 5:00 shadows make me crazy, I adore them. As far as what other ladies think about them, I'm not sure that all like them.


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How long is the hair on your goatee? I keep mine real close...plus it's just on my chin area (no mustache) But a GOOD shaving oil/pre-shave cream will help soften the hair (Good brands are..King of Shaves,The Art of Shaving, Proaso or Taylor of Old Bond St)

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