Fresh & Rugged Beard Balm - Our beard balm is made with 100% all natural and organic ingredients to protect, style, and condition galore your stylish beard and mustache. Jam packed with soft mango seed butter, beeswax, and soothing oils, our beard balms come in either a fresh and clean, or woodsy scent. The light to medium holding balm moisturizes flaky hair and helps tame fly-aways and frizz. The balm also hydrates the skin underneath to eliminate itchiness, irritation, and flakes.
Still can't decide which scent is right for you? Save yourself the hassle of choosing, and grab the set now! Not to mention save yourself some cash as opposed to buying them solo.
Beard Oil - Great for giving your beard a big-time energy boost. The oil softens the beard hair, and brings a ton of moisture to the hair and the skin underneath so you don’t get beard flakes. If you’ve got a huge beard, using a beard oil can be critical.
The Stubble Buddy - The game-changing beard and manscaping cleaning vacuum tool to keep your hair trimmings from being a total mess after you trim your beard (sideburns, mustache, goatee, hair) or privates down below. Stubble Buddy quietly vacuums beard hair and hair clippings in seconds, so there is no more beard mess. Cleaning up your beard and manscaping trimmings will never be the same.
Beard Care Comb & Scissor Set - The perfect set for men who want to make sure their facial scruff looks good anywhere and everywhere. The beard kit is comprised of two beard tools (a beard comb and beard scissors) plus a slick leather protective case.
Double Sided Beard & Mustache Comb - Its compact design makes styling your beard and mustache of any length a total breeze. Equipped with fine and coarse teeth, this dual sided comb is ideal for any beard type.
Military Style Beard Brush - The super versatile must-have beard hair brush is loaded with over two thousand bristles that are soft enough to be gentle on your skin, yet firm enough to effectively style your beard, as well as stimulate hair growth to fill in those patchy areas.
Beard balm is a putty-like substance designed to hydrate, shape and style your beard so it softens the strands and moisturizes the skin beneath. It offers a thicker texture than beard oil, meaning it’s better for shaping and styling your beard hair to keep it in place all day. Think of a good-quality beard balm like a leave-in conditioner for your beard. Choose beard balm instead of beard oil if you want:
Unlike balm, a great beard oil penetrates through the hair and skin deeply, so it’s a better choice for guys with moisture-zapped skin and hair where deep hydration is needed. It may also be the better choice for guys who experience dry, chapped skin in the winter. Choose beard oil instead of beard balm if you want:
Stop Shaving - We all have to start somewhere. The first step to growing a legendary beard is to just let it grow. Give yourself a few weeks (we recommend at least 4) to see what you have to work with.
Identify Your Face Shape - You need to choose the right facial hairstyle for your face shape. Is your face square? Round? Triangular? Once you identify your face shape, you can start looking for facial hairstyles that will complement your features.
Be Patient - By far, one of the biggest mistakes a guy can make when growing his facial hair is not giving it enough time to flourish. Keep in mind that it can take months—maybe an entire year—for a patchy beard to fill in properly.
Encourage Beard Growth - First and foremost, focus on eating a balanced diet with a healthy amount of protein. Biotin supplements are also shown to improve hair health and growth, including facial hair. Stimulating your hair follicles with an amazing beard brush is also a great way to encourage growth. Last but certainly not least, get lots of sleep!
Keep Your Beard & Skin Hydrated - Keeping your face and beard hydrated and healthy is key to not only increasing beard growth but also keeping it looking amazing. Beard balms and oils are your beards best friend!
Neglecting your neckline is a surefire way to ruining a perfectly good beard. Here's a real quick recap on how to tighten it up! Before you start trimming your neck area, you first need to establish a neckline. Here’s how to do it in two easy steps:
Once you’ve established your neckline, you can take your beard trimmer and start tidying things up. Check your progress as you go, and always start off with a longer guard setting. You can’t undo your actions if you accidentally go too short. Don't forget your Stubble Buddy to clean up the mess.
The goal of fading a beard is to make it transition seamlessly into your neckline, sideburns or mustache. Here’s how to do it, using your sideburns as an example: