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Discussion in 'General Attire & Accoutrements' started by Biltmore Bob, Apr 25, 2005.
I’ve been keeping it Natural here lately.
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I say Cap old chap, are you a member of the "never trim your handlebar" brigade or do you trim at the top lip? I'm considering growing one myself you see.
And me lol:
Damn, Stringmaster. Looks as if you've tuned that thing up since your last post here. Looking good!
Be well. Bowen
That's a good mustache, Stringmaster. You wear it rather than it wearing you.
Thanks--I'm just not sure what to do with it haha. Some days happy with it, other days ready to trim it back!
I'll ask this here: does anyone know of a good beardsmith that is knowledgeable on Victorian beards? Who do the bigtime competitors use on the beard circuit?
I've heard this guy is good:
And this guy; I just ordered some product to try yesterday:
My whiskers are curly and go crazy. I'm on my 2nd and 3rd tries for beard balm and moustache wax. I just got in some Primary and Secondary wax from Can You Handlebar and I like it a lot better than the Firehouse stuff, which I had to cut with grapeseed oil just to make it usable. CYH smells like the honeycomb we'd get straight from my Dad's beehives.
Beard balms tame the curls a touch on my chin whiskers, but not so much. A little wax around the edges keep the strays tucked in...
For most guys beard hair or whiskers tend to be more stiff & wiry than head hair. Dying it over a long period of time makes it worse.
I’ve gone for “The English”
A style not very much in vogue at the moment but I like it, I also like my hair with a centre parting which I think is a style that is due a renaissance
I’m hoping to get the moustache to these lengths
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Love this one.
Now that's a stache!