Do I need Beard oil
Cultivating a decent beard – you know, the type that makes fluff growers cry into their beer – requires patience and dedication. You need a…
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Beard balms tend to be heavier and used by those with longer, bushier beards as they contain more potent ingredients than beard oils. Additionally, where oils are fast-acting, balms take a while to be absorbed into the hair. The upshot is that they’ll add shine and hold, helping to shape and tame unruly facial hair. It is not uncommon for both oils & balms at the same time, especially for the thick coarse and long beards.
We prefer Captain Fawcett’s Oils & Balms as they are made with superior ingredients along with delicious fragrances.
Usually blended from the likes of argan, grapeseed, tea tree, and jojoba oils – which include plenty of hair-friendly nutrients – beard oil is designed to condition and moisturise both your beard hair and skin. It’s often scented – earthy masculine notes such as cedarwood or sweet citrusy tones, depending on your preference – though unscented beard oils are available.
Beard Brushes help make your beard look good. That we know, and it’s a great reason to use your brush on a regular basis.
But beard brushes do more than just give you a great-looking beard. They also keep your beard healthy and provide a variety of benefits, which we’ll explore here.
In our very humble opinion, there is no brush quite like a Kent Brush.
Since no one has the same hair type, there’s not really a one-brush-fits-all option out there to give you the best possible style you’re looking for. Whether you have thick curly locks or thin, fine hair, you want your brush to work with your hair and not against it. To help you get the right brush for you, we got the brushes that are made specifically for your individual hair type.
A quality men’s shampoo is the best way to cleanse your hair from dirt, pollutants and excess oils, along with excessive build up of hair products. Look to use one every two to three days, which will help retain the natural oils in your hair that lend it gloss and shine. Combined with a quality tonic and the very good leave in conditioner, you’ll have a better barnet in no time.
A quality shaving brush will helps to produce a rich shaving lather, lift and soften the beard hair, and improve the overall wet-shave quality. Top Of the tree is a Silvertip Badger. For those who are vegan you will prefer a Silvertip Fibre Shaving Brush.
More and more men are making the change to shaving with a safety razor because you get a A closer shave – double edge razor blades are sharper and shave closer than modern multi-blade cartridges and can save you £’s over a year. By shaving in multiple “passes” you can decide how close you want to shave.
Less irritation and ingrowing hairs – your skin needs to be protected and lubricated when shaving and this is best achieved by using a shaving soap or cream. With a multi-blade cartridge the first blade removes the protection and the remaining blades are then pulled against the naked skin. This leads to irritation and ingrowing hairs.
Its all in the Prep.
Shaving creams create a rich lather that softens and moisturises the skin, providing excellent razor glide. Shaving creams & soaps are best applied with a shaving brush. For an even smoother, comfortable shave use a pre shave oil. Remember though to leave the oil on and apply soap or cream over the top.
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