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Morgans Moustache and Beard Cream

(Pictured product is sample size, 20ml, actual product is full size 75ml)

What is it?
Morgans Moustache and Beard Cream is softening cream for beards and moustaches.

How To Use
Scoop a petit poi pea sized finger of cream, massage into moustache, comb through, style as desired.

The Pros
It smells pleasant and with just a few days use makes a noticeable difference. I mean it really does soften the moustache. Unlike pomades, Morgans Moustache cream takes the brittle edge off of your mo, meaning theres less chance of impaling your missus face when you give her a kiss.

The Cons
The branding. Oh god Morgans what were you thinking! If it was not for the Morgans quality name, I would not have tried this stuff. When you create classic branded products of ‘this kinda beauty and charm‘, why on earth do you whack that cheap hipster face on things?

The Take Away
I love this product, it is absolutely fantastic, anyone with a stiff moustache or beard should try this. I am sure it would make a good gift for Christmas. Not only for women buying it for men, but men gifting their women with a softer snog.

Morgans Moustache and Beard Cream

Dear Barber Moustache Wax

What is it?
Dear Barber Moustache Pomade with Oat, Jojoba and Argan Oils. Billed as being soft and workable while quick setting on the moustache. Another from TheModernMan box a few weeks back.

How To Use
Use a finger nail to swipe a tiny amount of the pot, and between your fingers to warm the pomade, rub into moustache, comb through, style as desired.

The Pros
One of the stronger moustache pomades. Its great for keeping stray hair in line, styling, and stays in there all day no matter how many times winter forces you to blow your nose. It feels more like a fiber. The scent is mild and pleasant, perfect for a moustache pomade. I like the classic styled branded too.

The Cons
The descriptions of Dear Barber Moustache Wax claim its specially formulated to remain soft and workable between the fingers. I found it generally hard even when warm. That is not a con for me, I love Dear Barber because its so strong. But if you want a soft pomade, this may not be the one for you.

The Take Away
Super strong pomade. Really good for styling. Is a go to Pomade for holding everything in place. Can make your moustache 80% more stabby. Be careful kissing your missus. Go in at an angle or something. If you want something softer, go for the Morgans.

Dear Barber Moustache Wax

Morgans Beard & Moustache Wax

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What is it?
Morgans released a moustache and beard pomade, complete with glass jar, metal screw top lid, British packaging with nods to its 1870’s heritage. Except for the hipster face on the side of the moustache pot… That’s a bit odd…

How To Use
Rub a tiny amount of the pot, and between your fingers to warm the pomade, rub into moustache, comb through, style as desired.

The Pros
It works well as balm. Rub a little in and comb your moustache and it does leave it looking healthier, moisturized with a mild sheen. Softens the moustache a little. It smells fantastic, and the fragrance lasts all day without being overpowering.

The Cons
The pomade does not have a particularly strong hold. It does not hold my moustache in any sort of style for long.

The Take Away
Good pomade when used as a balm, could do with less hipster packaging. Makes a brittle moustache less stabby and nicer smelling when kissing the missus.

Morgans Moustache & Beard Wax

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Modern Man

A follow on from ToppBox really. I got myself a delivery of useable mens products from TheModernMan. Groovy little website I have supplied for a few years, will start ordering mens products from them from now on. They have free global delivery, and if you live in the USA you can clean up… Literally at the current exchange rate.

I grabbed myself some Morgans Moustache Pomade, Dear Barber Moustache Pomade, Woodys Conditioner and Woodys Shaving Balm.

Currently loving the Woody’s. Have not tried the Pomades properly.