Gallery of Great British Beards
We're catching up on a couple of requests from bearded readers here. Basically, they want to see more beards. 'What about a Great British Beards gallery?' we thought. So here it is. Beards in the public eye, but our type of beard. By no means definitive and intended as a rolling project. In fact, we need more red beards - the most exotic of all the beard colours (something like this). Wasn't George Bernard Shaw red-chinned?
If you have a suggestion for a Great British Beard, pop it in the comments below.
If you want to keep your beard in tip-top condition, perhaps a rub of First Olympian beard oil should be part of your daily routine and a spot of sculpting with Mr King’s Marvellous Moustache Wax.
And if you don't want to look like a Sadhu, you'll also need a comb and scissors to keep your beard tidy.
Might we recommend the (made in the UK) Kent moustache and beard comb, and the Ernest Wright & Son traditional moustache scissors — made specifically in Sheffield, home of the finest British blades.
Kent Moustache and Beard Comb
Ernest Wright & Son Moustache Scissors
Beardies Top to Bottom
Prince Michael of Kent (For my money, the best beard in the business.)
James Robertson Justice
Sir Ernest Henry Shackleton