Photo courtesy of Joe Friendly Photography
Welcome to the Camp Bowie Beard Company.
Like many of you, I have had a beard for several years, and one of the fun things of being bearded, I discovered, is all the great beard products that are out there to try. Being a "do it yourself" kind of guy, I wanted to try making my own and began experimenting. The beard care products that I am offering come from a long series of personal experiments trying to find the perfect scent, or the best hold until I found just the right blends. Now I am offering these beard and moustache care products to you.
All of the Camp Bowie Beard Company products are hand blended and hand poured in small batches to make sure the quality is the best that we can offer.
I hope you like them!
Paul recently took 2nd place in the Groomed Beard category at
Beardfest 6 Beard and Moustache Competition in Dallas Texas.
Paul will also be traveling to Austin in September to participate in the
"World Beard and Moustache Chamioships
The Camp Bowie Beard Company is now
2 Years old!
Thank you for all of the support that you have given us and our products!
Camp Bowie History
The Camp Bowie Beard Company get it's name from one of the most historic neighborhoods in Fort Worth, Texas. It stretches nine miles from the downtown Cultural District through the western side of Fort Worth. The neighborhood got it's name from "The Camp" which was about three miles west of downtown Fort Worth. The Camp was established in 1917 by the United States War Department to give training to the 36th Infantry Division and was named for James Bowie, a defender of the Alamo.
Today Camp Bowie Boulevard is a lively unique urban neighborhood that offers shopping, restaurants, entertainment and a variety of commercial businesses.
Paul was recently able to participate with Project Barbatype. This team of photographers photograph the men (and women!) who compete in the international circuit of Beard and Mustache competitions, They render these photos with the amazing technique of authentic hand-made 19th century tintype photography.
For mor information, click the link above.