Are you looking for awesome gifts for the men in your life? If so, we have the men’s grooming gifts they’re sure to love! Brother, father, son, husband, just a friend or that someone special… Whatever his place in your life, treat him to a grooming gift from Reuzel that shows how much you care. Continue reading
No Shave November is often visible at workplaces and in friend groups as Thanksgiving nears, specifically with more scruff and beards than you typically see in an average workplace. While many people voluntarily grow a substantial and burly beard, even more people try a beard these days to participate in this month of beard growth. But what does No Shave November mean and why do people do it? Continue reading
You’ve already got a lot to work with if you are putting together a Halloween costume this Fall, my beard-growing friend. While a beard can certainly ruin the “look” of certain costumes, if you are willing to lean in to the tough, rough-around-the-edges, and mysterious nature of the bearded man, you can actually create an excellent look. Here are some iconic gentlemen to emulate, from the downright brawny up to the sophisticated and refined. Continue reading
The great thing about men’s pomade from Reuzel is the wide variety of formulations available to meet the needs of men’s hair styling with all thicknesses and textures. It doesn’t matter if your hair is short or long, thick or fine, coarse or textured, there’s a Reuzel pomade created specifically for your hair type. But what is pomade? Continue reading
Pomade is a male hair styling product that creates a shiny, firm, long lasting hold. Traditionally made from lard, petroleum jelly, beeswax, or lanolin, it makes a thick, waxy substance used to create classic male hairstyles like pompadours or quiffs, and for making specialty male grooming products. Continue reading
In the 1950’s and 60’s, hair tonics were in most men’s bathrooms. Then, styling gels and mousses hit the mainstream, and hair tonics were relegated to a back shelf and eventually disposed of. Today, hair tonics are experiencing a renaissance as traditional barbering and grooming are back in style.
Today, about 33 percent of American men and 55 percent of men worldwide have some kind of facial hair. If an average man stopped trimming his beard, it would grow up to 27.5 feet. So far, the Rapunzel look for men has not gained society’s — or Disney’s — approval.
Men’s hairstyles today illustrates today’s most popular beards. Continue reading