Yes we did! At Logger Fest 2020 Craft Grooming Products sponsored a beard competition. We had 15 participants, ranging from age 20 to 70 years old, that had long and short beards, and full mustaches to none. All the judges were personal picks from James the CEO of Craft. One way or another, all of the judges were affiliated with Craft Grooming Products.
James, brought to help judge the competition, the CFO of Craft Kerry, two barbers from Clips on 66 Dwayne and Eddy (who we also had cutting hair throughout the day in our booth), and David a Bearded Villain to judge and to also announce the competition.
This was the first time we have done anything like this before. The participants came to win (and to drink beer lol)! They all had great looking beards, and you could tell that they all took care of them. David had them all introduce themselves to the judges one by one. While he was introducing the participants, James was right behind him giving them all a 1oz bottle of Craft Beard Oil for participating. Once we got to know all the contestants, the 5 judges took about 10 min. to discuss the outcome. Finally they released the winners, and they received.....
The 3rd place winner received a Craft gift box, that included a bottle of Craft Original Beard Oil and a boar bristle brush. Retail value $35
The 2nd place winner received a Craft gift box, that included a bottle of Craft Original Beard Oil, a jar of Craft Original Beard Balm, and a boar bristle brush. Retail value $50
Lets not forget about the 1st place winner, for his ultimate beard, he received, a Craft gift box with a bottle of Craft Original Beard Oil, a jar of Craft Original Beard Balm, a Craft Boar Bristle Brush, a Craft Hand Carved peach wood double sided comb, a Craft Original Water Based Pomade, a Craft Original Beard and Hair Wash Bar, and a Craft Original Hand and Body Wash. Retail Value $95
All of us from Craft Grooming Products, would like to thank Logger Fest, for having us host a beard competition at their event. We would also like to thank all the contestants that participated. For those that didn't come in 1st, 2nd, or 3rd, keep on using our product to maintain a healthy beard, and next time you should come out on top!
We had a great online write up from Jenny about why men should grow their beard. Here are a few key points from the article.
Wheat Germ Oil is rich in octacosanol, a potent source of energy prized by athletes and excellent skin care properties.
Walnut Oil, will add moisturizing and anti-inflammatory attributes to control dandruff, while promoting hair growth.
helps hold in the skins moisture while softening dry, chaffed and damaged skin, to help promote hair growth.
Either one will do the job, but make sure you buy and use the right ones. If using a comb, don't use the plastic molded ones. The plastic molded combs have seams down the sides that will cause split ends and breakage. Look for specially made combs, that are made from metal, wood, bone, horn, and other materials that will not cause breakage. If you choose to use wood, bone, or horn, the more you use oils and balms in your beard and comb through it, the more condition the comb will become. Meaning, your natural comb will become less brittle. Combs are good on the go, but for home use I recommend a good boar bristle brush. This will distribute the beard oil or beard balm evenly throughout your beard down to your skin.
is a moisturizer & emollient agent to improve skin elasticity and suppleness. Jojoba oil also helps hair cells to reproduce themselves at a rapid pace, to thicken and lengthen hair.
helps produce, faster, longer, and stronger hair growth, while promoting new hair growth when added with another natural oil, we will get into more detail at a later time.
helps moisturize the skin and hair while having a low chance of clogging skin pores. Avocado oil also helps prevents dandruff and hair loss.