RIP Jack's Eyebrow - Weekly Update

Jack’s back for the 20th update of growing out his yeard, and this time we’re in for a special treat! We flew Mahesh, Greg, and Carlos into Austin for our annual party this week (which was a damn good time), so Jack finally had the opportunity to get a professional beard trim and clean-up from the master barber himself.

As we’ve discussed, growing a yeard involves some extra maintenance and trimming it from time to time- not just letting it go untamed. Mahesh didn’t trim any major length, but he cleaned up the shape and the fly-aways to get Jack photo-ready for the event. In order to maintain the integrity of Jack’s massive growth, Mahesh took a meticulous approach to a scissor and comb trim, one tiny section at a time.

Also… we made history. Just skip ahead to 12:30. You’ll thank us when you do.



Here are the other awesome videos we've posted this week - check them out for beard grooming and styling tips, as well as some awesome barbershop videos.

Wheezy Waiter Visits the Barbershop


Youtube personality Wheezy Waiter gets an awesome touch-up from Lauren at SHED.

How to Style an English Mustache with Greg


Our “How-To King” Greg Berzinsky gives you the step-by-step on how to wax an awesome English Mustache.

Barber Teaches Client How to Clean Up A Look with Hollywood Dan


Hollywood Dan at Jack Rabbit’s Barbershop gives his client an informative (and fashionable) haircut and beard trim.

Barber Gives a Skin Fade to One of His Regulars with Daniel


Daniel Sari, from Jack Rabbit’s Barbershop, gives one of his regulars a classic skin fade and traditional trim.

The Story of the Silver Line Fragrances with Eric


Our founder, Eric “Your Boy” Bandholz, gives us the origin story of our Silver Line fragrances. Read the full write-up here.

Slicked Back Skin Fade with Daniel


Daniel Sari, from Jack Rabbit’s Barbershop, gives his client a classic skin fade with a modern cut on top.






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