Dapper Dos for the Dudes

Gents-specific grooming tips from local pros.

By Tessa R. Woolf December 15, 2017 Published in the Winter/Spring 2018 issue of Park City Magazine

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David Boyd, Park City Barbers

199 Heber Ave, 435.200.1708,

“Longer hairstyles generally benefit from matte products that have a more weightless, dry finish—try fiber and clay products to help manage long hair. A beard is a great way to help shield your face from the elements on the ski slopes. High-quality beard balms and oils—like Bearded Bastard products—help protect facial hair from the cold, dry air.” 

Becca Privett, Waldorf Astoria Spa

2100 Frostwood Dr, 435.647.5555,

“Most men don’t condition their hair, but during the winter season, conditioning can really help with static, frizz, and dryness. For a little extra TLC, try the spa’s Mountain Master Tune-Up Package, which includes a gentleman’s facial, sports pedicure, and choice of a mud treatment or massage.” 

Billy Cregger, Billy’s Barber Shop

509 Main St, 435.901.2475,

“Hydration is key this time of year, so drink lots of water and always use a face lotion with SPF. If you’re growing out your beard, don’t over-brush it—too much brushing can make it look very thin at the end. And, it’s hair, so make sure it’s clean; shampoo it daily. No one wants to make out with smelly facial hair.”


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