The Kent Beard Brush: facial hair’s new best friend

Beard Brush Brush outAs a bearded guy and someone who’s created his own beard balm I’m always on the lookout for products to keep my facial foliage in tip-top condition – and with Kent’s new Beard Brush I might well have found the ideal grooming tool. With an ergonomically designed beech handle and angled bristles cut at varying lengths to ensure that even the toughest of hair is evenly brushed, it’s perfect for detangling your beard, preventing ingrown hairs and for evenly distributing any beard products you might use. If you’re a man with beardage yourself you’ll understand  me when I say that part of the fun of having facial hair is brushing, stroking and generally playing with it and in this brush I think I may well have found the perfect playmate.

The Kent Beard Brush costs £20 and is available from kentbrushes.com

Bluebeards Revenge beard oils are the biz

beard-oil-combo-glossI’m very fussy about what I put on my beard, especially as so many beard oils eventually end up smelling like something you’d fry chips in. So I’ve grown rather cautious about what I blindly slap on my facial fuzz. Luckily the new beard oils by The Bluebeards Revenge cause no such attack of the nerves. Conditioning without being annoyingly greasy, generously sized (you get 50ml for just £9.99) and lightly scented (my favourite is the Cuban Blend which is a simple combo of vetiver and cedarwood) they’re perfect for ensuring your facial hair always looks fantastic. Simply apply with your fingers or, better still, distribute through your facial hair with a beard or moustache comb. Recommended.

The Bluebeards revenge Beard Oils are available here