The-Dream has a new look.
Recently, a bunch of proud beardos gathered in Austria for the World Beard and Mustache Competition. Naturally news crews were there to capture their facial hair in all its unnecessary glory—among them, the Associated Press, which produced this weirdly mesmerizing raw video.
WHAT DO WE WANT? BEARDS! WHEN DO WE WANT IT? WHENEVER THE BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY ADMINISTRATION DEEMS IT APPROPRIATE.
He wins, right? Unless you can show me something more amazing than a full cat portrait, this dude is taking home the prize.
A piece in the Guardian asks "Have We Reached Peak Beard?" God, I hope not. I really hope not. I feel like beards and I have only just begun. If beards die out now Nicholas Sparks will have to write a book about how they were taken from me too soon, and then a major studio can make it into a motion picture starring…
A newly published study out of the University of New South Wales concludes that men and women perceive men with facial hair to be more attractive and better father-material than clean-shaven ones. WHO'S THE DISAPPOINTMENT NOW, MOTHER?
Stubble is hot. You know this. And now science confirms it. To be clear: We're not talking about a soul patch or an elborate Riff-Raff style swirling goatee. Just plain old stubbly, scruffy, ungroomed facial hair.
Welcome back to Guysourcing, where a panel of helpful gentlemen answer your questions. This week's question was the following: "What factors influence your facial hair style? How often do you change it? How long does it take for you to get used to a new one? Do you change it based on the preferences of the…
"I am a woman with a beard," writes Allison Landa. And so unfolds a story of hair removal that challenged some of our ideas about beauty, body politics, and choices.
Us women have a lot to obsess about when it comes to appearance; everything from our eyelashes to our toenails is up for improvement. Men, on the other hand, only really have one major issue: hair.
Apparently 60% of women in an Australian survey prefer dudes with facial hair. They may be onto something.