The 10 Best Beard Combs
This wiki has been updated 14 times since it was first published in October of 2016. With no sign of the hipster fad disappearing just yet, a lot of today's men would benefit from one of these beard combs. Since all of these tools are lightweight and compact, you can take them with you wherever you go to ensure you're always well groomed. We've included wooden, plastic and metal models in a variety of different styles and sizes. When users buy our independently chosen editorial choices, we may earn commissions to help fund the Wiki. If you'd like to contribute your own research to the Wiki, please get started by reviewing this introductory video.
August 08, 2019:
Due to a lack of availability, we eliminated the eGroo Handmade Green, Go-Comb Wallet and Huntsman Beard Dual Action from the list. In assessing the Beard Bro Shaping Tool, we confirmed that the item is indeed effective as a comb and as an aid for cutting precise lines around a beard. However, we found several reports suggesting that it can take quite a while to learn how to use properly, so we dropped it a couple spots in the rankings.
We added several new items, including two dual-sided wooden models, a flip-out folding comb, and a stainless steel one. The Airisland Action is one of only a few metal options available, though some users did complain that hairs tend to get caught on its edges at times. It’s sized to fit into a standard wallet, which is a helpful feature.
The Peter’s Beard Dual is an excellent value when you consider its sleek wooden construction, smooth finish and the included protective leather sleeve. Users note that its fine teeth are effective for smoothing out mustaches.
Detroit Grooming Peach This model can tackle it all, from short, fresh beards to foot-long manes that have been growing for as long as you can remember. It only requires a few swift runs through your facial hair to effectively straighten stubborn curled hairs, and it’s great for applying balms and oils. detroitgrooming.com
Suavecito C098NNI If you prefer a neat, tidy beard to a wild and unruly one, this offering from Suavecito is a fine detangling tool. It works best with a lubricating balm, and its staggered teeth are ideal for gliding through gnarly hair without snagging or catching. It’s small enough to fit in your pocket, so you can use it any time. suavecito.com
1740 Comb Dudes with sensitive scalps will appreciate the soft, polished surface on this model, which is sold by the producer of 1740 beard balm. When used with oil, it evenly distributes the substance to cover the full length of your facial hairs, resulting in a lustrous look and, therefore, a confident guy. 1740beardbalm.com