TameMane

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Last updated on Oct 10, 2020

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About TameMane

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Tame Mane officially started the day I grew my beard.

Well, it technically didn't start until about a year later, but essentially, Tame Mane started due to the fact that one day I decided to stop shaving. A few months in to growing my beard, one of my coworkers asked if I had ever used beard oil. I had no clue what he was talking about, I used coconut oil, but I didn't know there was this thing out there called beard oil. Upon doing some further research, I noted the different benefits associated with using beard oil such as replenishing essential vitamins and minerals for your hair and skin to be strong and healthy, anti-bacterial properties, moisturization properties, and more. After testing out some new products while noticing some remarkable results, we took it to the test and decided to vend our very first event!

From that point forward, we started looking into locally vending other events, and within our first 3 months of having started, we got accepted into Okeechobee Music & Arts festival which opened tremendous doors for us! We created a wood themed product line which we like to call "Wood Grain by Tame Mane" with a number of different items from wood pins, wood stickers, wood magnets, wood pendants, wood art, wood crystal grids, etc.

During the time between festivals, I work on a lot of custom pendants. For customs, you can shoot me a message here, Instagram (@tame_mane), Snapchat (@tamemane), Facebook, or via email to miguel [!at] tamemane.com

Much love! :)

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  • Miguel Vargas

    Owner, Maker, Designer

  • Jocelyn Vargas

    Owner, Maker, Designer

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Last updated on Apr 26, 2020
Frequently asked questions
Where can I find your wood pendants like pinecones, walnuts, etc?

For now, please reach out to us either here or on social media (Instagram is best - @tame_mane) for photos and prices. It's one of the last things I plan to add back up to our online shop once everything else is ready to go.

Wood Pendant Care Instructions

• Try not to go swimming with it. Fresh water isn't as harsh as salt water, but keep in mind that frequent swims while wearing your pendant can give it a cloudy appearance and in some cases start to peel. If it does get taken in water, just dry it off and store it somewhere safe. Showers also apply here.

• Do not let it sit in direct sunlight for too long. The heat from the sun can cause the pendant to crack.

• If your pendant gets dirty, rubbing alcohol and a paper towel will work great to clean it up from dirt, fingerprints, etc.

We have gone through a number of different resins to find the one we believe will last over the years, however accidents happen. If you need a touch up on your piece, send us a message!

Custom and personalized orders

If you have one of our wood pins, or any wood pin for that matter, if it gets dirty you can take some 220 grit sandpaper and lightly sand over the top of it so you can see the contrast of the design again.

Same goes with our wood stickers, although if you have a wood sticker in a location such as your phone case, water bottle, or an item you tend to hold a lot, over time and depending on how rough you are with said item, the sticker will get flatter from how thin it already is due to our body heat and perspiration emitting from our hands. This will eventually happen to ANY wood sticker you may have.

If a pin back falls off a wood pin, crazy glue or wood glue will work just fine to get it back on there.

When did you start blowing glass?

I picked up glass blowing toward the end of May/beginning of June 2019 (so last year). I didn't really get started practicing behind the torch until August as we were super busy with festivals.