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Honest Amish Beard Aid Kit Review

Greg from the Dapper Man reviews the Honest Amish Beard Aid Kit. The kit comes with 2oz of Beard Oil, Beard Balm, Mustache Wax, the Beard and Body Slick, and a beard comb, all nicely packaged in a first aid like pouch.

Let’s start with my beard routine, two to three times a week I wash my beard with the Honest Amish Beard & Body Slick. It smells fantastic, and does a great job keeping my beard soft. Afterwards I use the Honest Amish Beard Oil. The oil is slightly brown in color so those with silver or white beards may want to avoid using it. The oil is also slightly thin so I use about 5 drops of oil and rub it into my damp beard. Last I use the Honest Amish Beard Balm to add softness. The balm also smells fantastic, melts easily in my hands and doesn’t feel overly greasy.

The oil and balm still on my hands gets massaged into the hair on my head.

Would I recommend these products? Absolutely. They keep my beard soft, smell fantastic and will last a while.

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Good bye morning shave

I have been growing my Year Long Beard for about three and a half weeks now. It’s finally time to pack up my morning shaving equipment as I won’t be needing it for the next forty nine weeks or so.

Years ago while in college I had a beard, it didn’t look bad, but it didn’t look great either so I shaved it off. For years I used the new fancy five bladed razors but I hated having to spend $25 on a four pack of cartridges and one day while looking at videos on YouTube I came across a video talking about wet shaving.

Wet shaving is the term used for shaving with either a safety razor or straight razor. I was intrigued not only because of my love for everything vintage (records, cars, pipes) but because you can buy really good blades for less than half a dollar, and the start up costs aren’t astronomical. For what you pay for two months of fancy cartridges you can buy yourself a nice badger hair brush, a safety razor, blades, and amazing shaving cream. You may even be able to get a stand and bowl to whip up a lather in for just a few dollars more. Once past the initial costs the only additional costs are for blades and shaving cream when you run out, or if you’re like me because you see something new and shiny and you want it.

For me the best part about the morning shave is the ritual of shaving. You wake up in the morning and start your day off with a hot shower, then you move to the sink to shave. Your stubble is nice and soft from the shower  and you put on some pre-shave oil. While it isn’t strictly necessity it provides for a smoother shave with less irritation. Then there’s something about opening that jar of shaving cream, taking your badger hair brush and making a nice warm lather before spreading it across your face and getting a much better shave for much less.

For me when you wet shave you connect with the past, with your grandfather and father who’ve been shaving the same way for decades. Nothing beats that feeling.

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Parker 111B Safety Razor: https://amzn.to/2LO9U4U
Parker 111W Safety Razor: https://amzn.to/2JrLfVk
Dopp Kit: https://amzn.to/2LeuY3y
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Col Ichabod Conk Shave Oil: https://amzn.to/2JitDLE
Taylor of Old Bond Street Shaving Cream: https://amzn.to/2J61p7q
Travel Leather Safety Razor Holder: https://amzn.to/2Jk064i
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Gentlemen Jon Alum Block: https://amzn.to/2JnU42u

 

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MAIL CALL – Clubman Pinaud Beard Products

Today I open the Clubman Beard 3 Piece Kit I ordered online.

The Clubman Pinaud Beard Trio includes a 2-1 Beard Conditioner and Moisturiser, a bottle of Beard Oil, and a can of Beard Balm.

Clubman Pinaud Beard Oil, Balm, and Conditioner

Each has the classic Clubman Pinaud smell, if you don’t know what I’m talking about it smells like an old barbershop, it has a fantastic scent. I can’t wait to try these out.

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MAIL CALL – Beard Brushes, Combs and Cigars

It’s time for a Mail Call – Beard Brushes, Combs, and Cigars. Oh My! Come watch as I unbox my new Smooth Viking Beard Brush, my Kent Combs, and have a CAO Flathead cigar.

Smooth Viking Beard Brush: https://amzn.to/2I0trNh
Kent Pocket Comb 3 pack: https://amzn.to/2rr724v
CAO Flathead 6×60 – https://www.cigarsinternational.com/p/cao-flathead-cigars/1474833/

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Year Long Beard (Yeard) – Week 1 Review

Below is my Year Long Beard (Yeard) – Week 1 Review.

That’s right it has been one full week since my last shave, how do I feel about the first week of my year long beard?

Well as I’ve been clean shaven for most of my life I wanted to shave. I really wanted to bring up the neckline to just above the adam’s apple. This is typically the spot you want your bear to end. I reached out to George Bruno AKA The Sultan of Silver and he said one of his biggest beard regrets is trimming the beard in the very beginning. He recommends not touching the beard for at least 6-12 weeks to allow the beard to grow and fill in fully before styling the beard.

Overall the beard is coming in nicely, very evenly, very little itch. Most of the itching I’m getting is from where my collar is hitting the stubble. To get rid of the itch I use a combination of beard oil, and beard balm. You don’t need a lot of beard oil or balm at this stage of the beard, but they do help.

You can see our articles on Beard OIl, and Beard Balm on our Beard Care page for more information on beard oil, beard balm, and beard wax.

You can see week 2 of my year long beard here.

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