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    Quote Originally Posted by wintonyk View Post
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    Jojoba and argan oil are common as the carrier oil in the "fancy" beard stuff. They tend to be easier on the skin underneath and most closely resembles your bodies natural oil plus vitamin which is good for hair growth. Some people find the coconut oil stays greasier on them or their skin (particularly those that are acne prone). I would pop by Kent and get the true explanation however that is my understanding.

    Personally I use this https://bluebeardsoriginal.com/original-beard-saver/
    Ive have the same bluebeard product too. I found it really did not work for my beard type. My hair is like coarse copperwire at times. I used coconut oil only recently and I was suprised how easily the beard became manageable and to brush.
    I'l stop by Kent on the weekend. Thanks for the input.

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    I use this product for my beard, I find its by far the best product I have tried.
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    ...and of course a nice beard brush
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    I used to make my own... coconut oil and beeswax. Nothing to it. That said, now I find my beard is solid and does well without needing to really put anything in it.
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    So I've decided to grow more of a beard. I've never gone past a month before, generally because I have had to be clean shaven for work.

    Now that I can grow a beard, it is curly as fuuuuck and in looking for something that will keep this wild hobo beard down properly, what do you guys suggest? Anyone have this issue?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 03ozwhip View Post
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    So I've decided to grow more of a beard. I've never gone past a month before, generally because I have had to be clean shaven for work.

    Now that I can grow a beard, it is curly as fuuuuck and in looking for something that will keep this wild hobo beard down properly, what do you guys suggest? Anyone have this issue?
    I had a similar issue. Mine was very wirey and coarse. It just looked like I had a dead rat on my face.
    I used a beard brush & coconut oil made a big difference.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tonytiger55 View Post
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    I had a similar issue. Mine was very wirey and coarse. It just looked like I had a dead rat on my face.
    I used a beard brush & coconut oil made a big difference.
    Thanks man, any suggestions on where to get a decent beard brush?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 03ozwhip View Post
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    Thanks man, any suggestions on where to get a decent beard brush?
    Amazon, or if you want to pay hipster prices, Kent of Inglewood.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tik-Tok View Post
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    Amazon, or if you want to pay hipster prices, Kent of Inglewood.
    What's the difference in brushes that cost $3 or $30 as far as what it's supposed to do?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 03ozwhip View Post
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    What's the difference in brushes that cost $3 or $30 as far as what it's supposed to do?
    I just look for boar bristle, and not too dense of bristles either (for my own beard, it's pretty thick).

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    Quote Originally Posted by 03ozwhip View Post
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    Thanks man, any suggestions on where to get a decent beard brush?
    As others have suggested Amazon. I got lucky, I found one at barbershop in the deep south. I paid $12. Well not strictly a beard brush, but has the same design and not too dense bristles.

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    Every beard is different and will need a different brush and product. But the general consensus is to brush it out and oil it.

    If you have a thick beard, blow drying it while combing it out makes a big difference.
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