Confessions Of An Anonymous Beardsman

As a new member to the bearded brotherhood, I didn't know what to expect in terms of grooming facial hair. I figured that a little bit of beard prep would be necessary. This turned out to be the case. I find my beard needs a little bit of maintenance before starting the day. I really mean "a little bit". For me, all that is involved is combing the hair down and making sure that all the tangles that form overnight are brushed away.

Image Source: Brother's Artisan Oil

The one product that I have found to be the most helpful in this regard is the Brother's Artisan Oilfound inside The Menswear Club's November Parcel. Beard oil helps in many ways. Aside from the fresh scent, taming of unruly beard hairs, and a godly shine that emits from your face forest, this beard oil helps immensely with combing and getting rid of knots. Brothers Artisan Oil beard oil is perfect for every day use to keeping your beard healthy and looking great. I have used a few different brands of oil, and I have to say that Brothers Artisan Oil is the best I have tried so far.

Image Source: Brother's Artisan Oil

The Orange & Grapefruit Oil has a soft silky feel on the skin underneath my beard. It has a woodsy robust smell, and gives a great shine to the hair. Its also great because the remainder left on your hand after working it into your beard can be used on the hair on your head, or even rubbed into your skin. The best part about beard oil is that, since you use it every day, you can try different brands and change up the scents you are using. Once you finish the bottle you have, there are others to try, and opening a new bottle of "beard enhancement vigor" is a moment in the morning to savour and cherish.

Image Source: Braveheart

 

Currently, Brothers Artisan Oil has been my favourite, but I am open to having the title taken by another. Trying new products keeps the morning prep exciting, and leaves an amazing scent lingering literally right under my nose, all day.

Until next time,

An Anonymous Beardsman




Charles Kerr
Charles Kerr

Author