We understand all too well the frustration that comes with growing facial hair — whiskers pose some prickly problems. Proper beard care is an essential part of growing a happy and healthy beard, and one of the most popular products used to combat abrasive beards is beard oil.
The 3 things you should consider when choosing a beard oil.
Like beards, beard care products are popping up everywhere. “Beard oil” is one of the top search terms for men according to Google search data and it’s by far the dominant product within the beard care category. But with so many different options available, how do you know which product is right for you?
Summer is finally here, but that doesn’t mean you’re obligated to ditch the facial hair you’ve been working on all winter. There are, however, some summer-specific beard grooming concerns we bearded gentlemen need to pay attention to during these warmer months. Read on for our top three tips for your summer beard.
Most of us will lose an hour of sleep this weekend, thanks to Daylight Saving Time (DTS). While losing precious sleep is a grim thought, we know it’s worth the extra sunlight and extended days we’ll enjoy all spring and summer. But it got us thinking, how did DST get started?
Colonel James “Nick” Rowe’s beard saved his life. Just months after arriving in Vietnam, then 1st Lt Rowe was advising a company of Civilian Irregular Defense (CIDG) forces when their unit came under attack by the Viet Cong.
Things tend to get pretty hairy each November. From playoffs to colder weather, there are a lot of reasons men tend to grow their facial hair more this time of year. Two major drivers for furrier faces in November are Movember and No-Shave November. Today we take a deeper look at No-Shave November (and yes, it is more than just a cutesy name to justify your facial hair to your boss).