For men with beards to show and share the great life of having a beard. Can there be anything more manly than a beard?
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I started mixing my own beard oil at the end of last year. Seems to work pretty well, cheaper than a lot of the pre-mixed products and means I can play around with the smell of it too. SO seems to like it too!
I use beard oil. Maybe my facial hair is soft, but it seems to work ok for me.
It's going down to 3 degrees with wind chills down to -6, and I had to shave off my beard tonight for promotional photos for the play I'm in. My face hurts.
Interesting. I have some beard oil, but it isn't really cutting the mustard. By the end of the day, my beard has gone rogue. I've looked around and seen beard balm and beard wax. Wax seems overkill (but I may give it a try) and beard balm is promoted as the middle ground between oil and wax - anyone have a good beard balm suggestion? Or advice?
Thanks Gary. Let's see what happens!!
Kurt, if you can still see clumps of white wax, you need to work it in more. Use the comb side of the brush to work it onto the full length of the hair and get it deeper into your moustache and beard.
Does anyone know how to apply beard wax? I brought some stuff from CVS called Clubman. I thought it would make my beard look sexy, you know, sculpted, thicker and keep the whiskers from sticking up. All it did was make my face look like I have dried snot on my beard, like it's winter and my nose is running. How do you apply this stuff? What's it's supposed to look like and do? Not at all what I expected. Thanks guys.
I played Lazar Wolfe, but that show closed in August. And my beard was absolutely leonine back then.
Brown Fox- Aren't you playing Tevye in Fiddler on the Roof? How can you have Tevya without an awesome beard?! And Chuck, that looks awesome. It actually makes you look younger, for some odd reason.
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