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I started a COVID beard at the beginning of summer... Im starting to get used to it finally.

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My beard expression usually changes drastically from month to month, but I've been keeping the goatee area really long for the last six years. It went gray really quickly over the same time.

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My beard expression usually changes drastically from month to month, but I've been keeping the goatee area really long for the last six years. It went gray really quickly over the same time.

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I have my beard since almost 10 years
and im hairy too so that is double fuzziness :)

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I think a beard takes a face to a whole other level of attractiveness - what do you think ?Here's mine, now you show me yours...The only things more manly, masculine, and male than facial hair are a cock and balls. So, why mess with that? Men with facial hair are way more attractive.

I've at least a mustache since my twenties. I have shaved my face clean a few times but then immediately let it grow back. I used to work at an industrial wood shop and had to be able to wear a respirator, which meant that I could not have hair on my cheeks. That didn't prevent me from allowing the hair on my chin from growing.

I specifically plan to never cut, trim, or shave any hair, anywhere, ever again.

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Looks great.. full beards are great on a guy

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Unfortunately all men are not capable of growing truly attractive beards - at least in my opinion. Dont get me wrong. I appreciate a handsome beard on anyone. But I (for one) am not capable of growing a full - thick beard such that it falls into that handsome classification. When a beard is scraggly and sparse in spots its just not attractive (to me). For those men, like myself, spare us the pain of seeing a failed attempt at growing a good thick handsome beard. Im sure you have other talents! Just my two cents worth!

I have the same problem A couple of times I have tried and the beard looks terrible! Not even growth and patchy. I tried it again in the Covid lock down and gave up. My youngest son also tried. He had the same patchy look. Not attractive!

Yet, I see some superb beards on this post!
Yet I have been happy with the moustache since 1971. 50 years at Christmas!

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I think a beard takes a face to a whole other level of attractiveness - what do you think ?Here's mine, now you show me yours...

It depends on the face and beard. Some men look great with beards.

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I'm not even willing to go through the itching of growing a beard. Two to three days is the most I can do between shaves. I'll leave that to others.

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I grew my beard when I was 18 and have had one ever since. It has changed many times, always having fun with it.

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