Competition – #WolfInTheDen

#WolfInTheDen

In celebration of our recent Dragon’s Den appearance, and success, we’re launching a new competition!

We’re teaming up with Totem Wolf again, and we have a supply of five bottles of their signature Blend 79 Beard Oil. And we’re looking to invest those bottles in you, the dedicated beard owners.

In the spirit of Dragon’s Den, you’ll have to pitch your beard to us in order to win our competition, with photos to show off all its glory!

There are a few ways you can enter.

For our Facebook fans, post your beard photo with your beard pitch in the comments section of our competition posts.

For Twitter fans, tweet your beard pitch and photo to us @BristlrApp with #WolfInTheDen.

Finally, Instagram fans, post your photo with your beard pitch as the description, using the tag #WolfInTheDen, and be sure to either mention us, @Bristlr, in the description or tag us in the photo.

Three platforms, three ways to enter!

Remember, you need to pitch your beard to us! Tell us why you love your beard, why you love beards in general, why you love Bristlr or even why you think Totem Wolf should invest their beard oils in you! We’re leaving the pitching to you.

Good luck, beards!

#Beardcare Review – Beard Lab Darwin Beard Butter

We do love an extra special treat for our beards here at Bristlr, and Beard Lab’s Darwin Beard Butter is just that. So you can imagine our delight when we were sent our very own pot of the lovely stuff to try out.

Beard butter is a new one for me; I’ve tried oils, balms and waxes, but never butters. I have to say, it’s been a pleasant surprise.

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Unlike a beard balm, Darwin Beard Butter isn’t really useful for styling. Instead it’s really┬ánourishing – with regular use expect your beard to be incredibly soft and silky. Couple that with regular use of beard oil, such as The Scientist, and you’ll have a super strokeable beard in no time.

The scent took a little bit of getting used to for me – it might be because I read the label, which comes with a handy mention of “contains nut oils,” so maybe my brain was telling me it smells very nutty. But after a couple of uses, the citrus-y scents really started to come through, and I do love a citrus-y scent. If you love lemons or Starburst, you’ll love the scent of Darwin Beard Butter.

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This stuff is simple and easy to use, just scoop a small amount out on the tip of your finger and rub it in to your hands (first time you use it, the butter may be a little solid but it melts fairly easily if you just rub your fingers on the surface). After that rub it in to your beard, enjoy those lovely scents wafting up, and congrats; you have buttered your beard! If you have a long or thick beard you might need to do a couple of applications, but such are the risks of being so beardy.

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Even if you do have a lengthy beard, Darwin Beard Butter will last you a while with regular use. I’ve had my tub for just over a week, used daily and barely even made a dent yet. So rest assured, you’re definitely getting value for money here – expect your tub to last about two months.

So if you’re after a new beard product to soften and tame your bristles, we couldn’t recommend Beard Lab’s Darwin Beard Butter enough. This one has the Bristlr stamp of approval.

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#Competition – Valentines with NT’s and Totem Wolf

It’s competition time again, and this time we’re teaming up with both NT’s Bar and Totem Wolf!

In anticipation of our Valentine’s event at NT’s, Totem Wolf have sent us three bottles of their signature Blend 79 Beard Oil.

Three event goers will be in with a chance of winning their own bottle, and treating their beard to something special.

Those of you that like/share the event post on Facebook be in with a chance of winning a bottle of Totem Wolf Luxury beard oil AND a free cocktail!

To enter the competition:

  • Like and share the event on Facebook.
  • Come to our Valentine’s With Bristlr at NT’s event in London on 15th February.
  • Get yourself a free cocktail and some beard oil!

So get those beards ready, and see you on Valentine’s.