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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Anyone have a recommendation for blood-stop pencils (such as styptic)?
Well, I officially have a Yeard, I think. And it's also today that I have my hair cut. Since it appears that the long beard does not make me look more attractive, but less, I shall have my barber trim up my beard (and, thus, elate my wife, who likes my beard short).
Good bye, long beard -and good by 5 minutes of prep in the mornings.
Mongoose - Violin rosin is hardened and nearly glass-like rather than tacky. I think in fly tying, it's meant to give a hardened smoothness, rather than tackiness to the thread. I'm not sure how it would work in your wax, but I don't think it would have an effect like the one you desire.
I might fit in here :.)
Does anyone know if adding a bit of violin rosin to my wax concoctions will make the concoction tackier for my beard (thus mimicking Wacky Tacky)? It seems that it is used in tie flying.
As said, I've started letting my beard grow out to see what it looks like long. I've been surprised, as it doesn't look or act like what I thought beards are supposed to look/act like. I don't really have a goal in mind, no pre-set length right now. Just experimenting. It's straight as a board (generally) and each hair is finer than what I see on other guys, so it can't be left all that "natural." It seems guys with curly beards can let it grow out en-masse, and it works. Mine? If one hair is astray, it's noticeable. Just very interesting.
Simple short beard, I'm working on it.
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