Facial hair is nothing new for men and is something they deal with every day. Over the years, the way that men wear their facial hair has changed. From completely burly beards, to more tidy mustaches and goatees, and then to completely clean shaven, men have been able to express their personal style by the hair that is on their face. Now men wear their facial hair in any way that they please, and there has been an increase of grooming products for men’s facial hair.
More recently, the term “lumbersexual” has been floating around. This word means that, for some men, that they look ultra masculine. These men have super burly beards and some of them are rocking the man bun. These guys look like they just walked out of the woods from cutting down trees all day, hence “lumbersexual.” They don’t really do anything for styling their hair, maybe tie it up, but that’s about it. The long beard is essential and has grown very popular.
When a man beards down, he is serious. Coming across organic shampoos is as typical as coming across zero fat milk. It’s everywhere! But coming across beard shampoo, definitely requires a second of your time.
With a simple tag line, “Keep it clean”, Abraham’s Beard Shampoo is an all natural beard/face wash product that is formulated to seep through the facial hair and clean the skin under it while keeping your beard soft.
Even more, the usage of salicylic acid and jojoba oil in the formula helps with fighting dandruff, acne, ingrown hairs and irritation. Abraham’s Beard Shampoo lightly conditions, and leaves your beard clean and moisturized. It’s a 3 in 1 formula face wash, beard wash, and shampoo.
“If you shave, Use this beard shampoo or wash to clean your face before you shave and it will help in the prevention of razor burn,” Abraham’s Beard Shampoo commented.
As mentioned, Abraham’s Beard Shampoo is always tested on real men, not animals. And it’s made in the U.S.A. For more information about Abraham’s Beard Shampoo visit: www.abshampoo.com
Voluminous beards are back in style, more so gone feral. However, are guys taking it too far? In New Zealand, Hipsters are taking this trend to the next level by sculpting animals into their beards, complete with lifelike faces.
The pictures are part of an advertising campaign for Schick razors and in an attempt to prevent men from having feral beards, the brand has launched a competition. Bearded men can post pics on their social media, under the hashtag #Freeyourskin with the chance to win beard-taming tools or cash.
Recent studies prove that women find men more attractive when they grow their beards rather than be clean shaven. In that case, why would men that have taken so long to grow their beards take a razor to it? Hey, money can make us do strange things.
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