There are a lot of things about the men’s grooming industry that have intrigued me and I have to say there’s a lot of things about this industry that keep surprising me. When they said this was an industry for a targeted audience they weren’t kidding. That is by no means a negative about the industry however seeing as they produce specialty products and that’s just how things tend to go when you provide products and services for upscale clients. However there are a few misconceptions about the industry that I think people should be more aware of.
A lot of people seem to have this misconception that the products that get produced in this industry are simply regular items with a fancy label attached in order to bump up the price. Although I obviously cannot speak for all of the companies and businesses out there but for the most part this statement is false. Let’s have an example to illustrate this fact. A lot of people are under the impression that beard combs are just like regular combs and are simply marketed as being specialized for beards. The reality of the situation is actually that they are not only functional because of the materials used in production but are also necessary for the proper maintenance of a beard as it grows. The product itself is not a regular comb that you can buy at a convenience store but in most cases is a product of artisanal crafting and that factors into the pricing of these products. I’m not here to tell you to go out and buy the most expensive beard combs either because at some point it does start to sound a bit ridiculous but a good quality comb is certainly worth investing in if you’re growing a beard why not give this beard comb a try. As to why you would need this when growing a beard the explanation is much simpler than you’d think. Combing a beard allows you to not necessarily dictate but more on encourage your beard to grow in a specific direction. And the difference between a beard comb and a beard brush is that a beard brush is useful for when your beard is dry and the comb is used for when your beard is wet. It’s all rather simple but at the end of the day quality cost and that shouldn’t surprise anybody.