Bizar is Basque for beard and seems to have acquired its current meaning as a result of swashbuckling, bearded Spanish sailors having made a powerful impression on the mostly clean-shaven French, for whom the word came to mean “to stand out in a crowd”.
Because we have enjoyed the wonderful wordsmithery of all you Audacious Bearded Bards out there who have left such fantastic and entertaining feedback and reviews – we have decided to reward our favourite comment at the end of EVERY MONTH with a freebie = here are a couple of fantastic examples from this month …
“I feel the forest calling, my axe beckons and the bears cower with every waft.”
… a great candidate for ‘wordsmith winner’ of the September freebie competition!
“I am now in control of a ship and leaving this feedback after a good raid. Arrr!”
For all you pirates out there….
pic by Grace Easten = gracedraws.tumblr.com
check it out in our store …http://www.theaudaciousbeardco.yokaboo.com/
Treat your dad’s old whiskers to some Audaciousness for Father’s Day … as a thank you for the great genes that have helped forge your manly beardiness!
for those who can’t =
For those who can=
Calling all you discerning chaps and valiant fellows, pirates/buccaneers included, with meticulous moustaches or audacious beards:
Visit the store…
Then e – mail us your pictures of your Audacious beard or meticulous moustache with its new Audacious purchase… email@example.com
and we will publish it on our Audacious Beards and Meticulous Moustaches page on this site, ( see link at top of page) and the Audacious Beard Co. facebook page …
or carry on reading ….
How to make a truly meticulous moustache using Audacious Moustache Wax…
Today’s awesome whiskers – a buccaneer with a meticulous moustache!!!!
al underwood by greg anderson
Audacious Buccaneer Beard oil and Moustache wax – both available in our store x