Those of you who let them grow, do you do any shaping as it gets fuller, or does it just grow wild?
Had mine trimmed every month or so at the barbers and tidied up daily myself (moustache and stragglers). Once you get to ‘proper’ beard length things like neckline don’t need doing as its covered anyway.
Half the folk on here seem to be describing stubble though. Clippers have no place near a beard, scissors only 😉
I miss my beardPosted 7 months agofunkmasterpSubscriber
I’d suggest that if you either work in Shoreditch or are a regular Crossfitter (in the obsessive sense of the term) then it’s imperative that you keep it.
It annoyed me when I got lumped in with the bloody hipsters. Had a beard for a long time before it became fashionable. I daresay I’ll have one when they go out of fashion too.
Remember kids, if you’re Dad hasn’t got a beard you’ve got two mums
[video]https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=RmFnarFSj_U[/video]Posted 7 months ago
Im slightly annoyed. Having maintained she doesnt like beards, i emerged a clean shaven surprise from only to be greeted with a downtrodden “oh, well ive been used to it for nearly three years… im not sure…” from Mrs Kryton.
Gee thanks, im glad i made the effort…Posted 7 months agoMalvern RiderMember
They are still the male fashion accessory of the moment, so if you like to be a sheep then keep
I find less interest still in the extra mental energy required to avoid ‘being a sheep’ (ie still keeping up with fashion in order to avoid it) so my facial hair (or lack of) remains entirely subject to my whims/the weather/available charging points. It’s so much easier, give it a try? And don’t get too attached to hair today, you may find it gone tomorrow 😉
Ah, the benefits of being a certain age 😐
*. Afterthought – but somehow I will not do Teva sandals or ilk. Dunno why, they make me break out in a cold sweat.Posted 7 months ago
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