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A question for my fellow brothers....I just started keeping untrimmed daari.. and I am wondering what you guys use (oils, or other gels?) to make it straighter and look cleaner? it looks messy right now and I see alot of brothers with very neat and well kept daari's. Also is it manmat for amrithdhari to comb their hair/beard with a brush or other comb besides a kanga?

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I used to get judged by people for not combing my beard but no-one had taught me the right way. After shower when my face is wet, I apply about 1 tablespoon of mustard oil called saron da tel in Punjab. Apply generously depending on your beard's length, but I just need 1 tablespoon. Then use a thick spaced comb to comb your beard. The mixture of water and oil will make your beard amazingly soft and easier to comb.

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I used to get judged by people for not combing my beard but no-one had taught me the right way. After shower when my face is wet, I apply about 1 tablespoon of mustard oil called saron da tel in Punjab. Apply generously depending on your beard's length, but I just need 1 tablespoon. Then use a thick spaced comb to comb your beard. The mixture of water and oil will make your beard amazingly soft and easier to comb.

I had to say the same thing........mustard oil is great

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After i wash my face and dhari, pat dry, comb, pat down with hands- boom! Let it flow brother :)

Gel is a no no in my opinion. Looks so odd and its gotta b uncomfortable. Plus it flakes so it looks like youv got dandruf issues with your dhari lol. And oil smells...looks greasy...eek

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I should have mentioned, you can try other kinds of oils if you didn't want to use what I use. the mustard oil I use is an American company called kissan. I have tried the Indian brand dabur but it was too strong. Try almond oil if you want.

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SAD SANGAT JI WJKK WJKF ! USE THIS IT IS NOT GEL IT IS THE BEST WAX EVERY TRUST ME KEEP READING ITS CALLED GOT2B PASTE ITS SO NICE WHEN YOU PUT ON YOUR DHADI IT DOESNT FEEL LIKE ANYTHING AND PLUS IT COMES OFF SUPER DUPER EASY WITH NO HAIR LOSS !!

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