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Kent Beard and Moustache Comb:

As your ‘stache begins to take shape, it’s important that you “train” the hairs into the direction you’d like them to go, especially if the end result is an epic handlebar mustache, or if you don’t like accidental remnants of your last meal greeting your olfaction. At only 2.90 inches long, this handy comb - produced by the infamous Kent brand - is the ultimate in convenient facial hair grooming. Each rounded tooth is hand-sanded, giving you a value comb that is convenient, luxurious, and practical for the refined moustached gentleman.

Big Red Beard Comb No. 7, Walnut:

As if having a beard didn’t already make you enough of a man, completely handcrafting your own comb out of wood just takes it to the next level. The Canadian artisan behind Big Red beard combs did just that, taking his background in wooden furniture crafting to produce an exemplary comb for the rugged, bearded brethren. Completely handmade, this light - yet durable - comb features a maple interior lined in walnut, yielding a bespoke “wooden pinstripe” effect.

Firehouse Mustache Wax, Wacky Tacky:

One of our all time favorites here at WCS, the Wacky Tacky mustache wax is a must for those achieving a defined ‘stache ‘do. A defined “firm hold”, this wax is tough stuff but, as a property of wax, can be easily restyled. This is a saving grace for those whose mustache is frequently disrupted by the day’s activities, namely our hardworking firefighters, policemen, and riding enthusiasts. With a naturally subtle, “warm” scent that fades, this is the perfect pairing to a tight ‘stache’.

Beardbrand tea tree beard oil and Beard Wash:

A bestseller with us, Beardbrand products have been dedicated to producing some of the finest beard products our unshaven brothers could ever want. As the beard grows, especially in the ever-colder days, the skin underneath can become very dry and irritated, leading to flaking skin and dry, wiry facial hair. Jojoba, grapeseed, castor, and almond oils help to condition not just the beard hair but, more importantly, the skin underneath to remain hydrated, healthy, and ready to take on the elements. The accompanying beard wash gently removes dead skin, but is chalk full of Vitamin E, aloe, and other extracts to keep the skin hydrated. Tea tree, peppermint, and vanilla extracts give this a warm, yet revitalizing scent, perfect to get you out of bed in the morning!

Grave Before Shave, Bourbon Beard Oil and Beard Balm:

Fisticuff’s “Grave Before Shave” is an immediate choice for many at our retail location. Their beard oil is formulated with tea tree, apricot, jojoba, and sweet almond oils, as well as aloe vera and vitamin E for an oil that packs a powerful punch. Their “medium” hold beard balm contains Vitamin E and coconut oil to keep the wiry beard at bay. Scented with bourbon and vanilla, this is a warm and inviting scent that will be perfect to catch whiffs of throughout the day!

Abraham’s Beard Oil, Balm, and Conditioner, Barbershop:

We feel like the Abraham’s beard products are quite underrated. Their ingredient list rivals that of the bearded top dogs, and their barbershop scent is a crisp blend of bergamot, basil, oakmoss, and white patchouli. We’ve never seen anyone turn down this scent, and for good reason. Their oil hydrates the skin, and their somewhat heavier-holding balms helps to tame the wildest of beards. If you’re looking for an all-in-one, their leave in conditioner offers next level hydration and smoothest, and is even great as a post shave treatment!

Gold Dachs Bartwische Hungarian Moustache Wax:

Gold Dachs has been ahead of the curve with men’s grooming for well over a century. It is said that their Bartwische Moustache Wax was the styling aid of choice for eclectic artist Salvador Dali. And if there’s one thing we know, it’s that it takes a STRONG tool to hold up that kind of ‘do. There isn’t much product in this, solely for the purpose that so much less product is needed. There also is not much added scent, so if you’re looking for a well-established wax that gets the job done with no added frills, this will be your best friend.

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