Facial Hair of Quentin Tarantino's The Hateful Eight – Straw Boss Comb Collective

Facial Hair of The Hateful Eight

Like any Tarantino joint, The Hateful Eight has everything you’re looking for:

  1. Rare B-Sides that only exist at the bottom of garage-sale milk crates
  2. Coffee so strong it should have a skull and crossbones on the label
  3. Red Apple brand tobacco...

And the coolest damn facial hair of 2016!

Sporting more than just a John Wayne attitude that’s been missing from cinema for far too long, Kurt Russell actually grew this bad boy himself!
Commonly referred to as “Friendly Muttonchops” this unique mustache + sideburns combo was popularized by American Civil War general Ambrose Burnside who (according to Wikipedia) is the man to thank for the term Sideburns, after much ridicule over his trend-setting trim.

The General, The Bounty Hunter, The Mexican...The Beards!

I like to imagine that all actors, everywhere, wear their beards home at the end of a shoot. Not so they can hide in plain sight though. They keep those perfectly groomed whiskers for the rare instances where they
aren’t recognized, but the room still knows they’re still The Coolest because of that growth.


A man who doesn’t get enough credit for his accent work in practically every role, Tim Roth still finds room to impress even the most discernible ear with his ability to exploit regional dialects while staying within his British wheelhouse.
The Tarantino-verse has missed Tim Roth. And to see him back in action, sporting an impressive wingtip mustache atop that full beard was all we wanted for Christmas.  

But there’s no need to wait for a blizzard to trap you indoors, with no hope of a proper shave, to start working on your own winter beard. Just follow these easy steps:

  1. Don’t Shave
  2. Ever
  3. Ever Again

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