Lucky Grooming

Groom and get lucky with paraben-free hair and beard
products formulated to make you look your best!

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Secure Your “Man Card” with Lucky Grooming Products

Every real man knows that sharply styled locks and/or a well-tamed beard is the most effective way to lure in a beautiful lady. So please, gentlemen, put down the venti double mocha chai latte with almond milk and, please, don’t sacrifice your man card by purchasing that Pomapoo--Pomeranian and Poodle mix--puppy you were going to use to score the woman of your dreams. Instead, grab yourself some Lucky Grooming products, style your hair and beard to perfection, and watch in amazement as all the girls swoon over your perfectly groomed side part. 
You’re welcome.

Lucky Grooming Beard Oil

Our natural, BHT-free and dye-free beard oil is specially designed to moisturize your facial hair, hydrate your skin, and help soften and tame your beard hair.

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Lucky Grooming Beard Balm

Our Lucky Grooming Beard Balm, made with nourishing ingredients like jojoba oil, beeswax, and mango butter, is designed to keep your beard looking sharp and feeling soft.

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On A Mission To Give Back

Lucky Grooming, a men’s beard and hair grooming company, is on a mission to give back to the amazing men and women who have served or are currently serving our country.

BEARD CARE TIPS

Tip 1:

Your beard needs Vitamins B3, B5, and B9 to reach its full potential. If you want to grow a beard that rivals ZZ Top's Dusty Hill, you need to eat a full serving of leafy greens every day! If you’re really committed, take a vitamin B supplement.

Tip 2:

Beards are a lot like grizzly bears--rough and scratchy, and they like to store food for the winter. To keep your beard soft, conditioned, and free from last night's dinner, always shampoo and condition your beard when you take a shower. For extra cleanliness, use a comb while conditioning.

Tip 3:

Kunio Kobayashi’s 800-year-old bonsai tree isn’t famous because he pulled it out of the forest and stuck it in a pot. No. It took years of pruning to achieve its desired look. It’s important to regularly prune your beard. Some styles take years to achieve. Be patient, young grasshopper.

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