It’s the ultimate problem that occurs when you are growing a beard! The hours of constantly analyzing the shape and trimming off tiny bits here and there. Trimming your beard can certainly keep it in shape despite the fact that you are risking trimming off too much! But you may have noticed that your goatee grows faster than the sides of your beard. Here we’ll take a look at the reasons why this happens and what you can do about it to stop it destroying your beard.
Going bald can be relatively confronting for any person. It starts to affect the way that society views you and reacts to you. More importantly, it may also impact how you view yourself in terms of your attractiveness. Genetics ultimately dictates whether or are going to go bald or not. It is very common for balding men to grow a beard. Maybe it’s a way to take back some form of control. After all, if you are losing your hair it often means that you can grow a phenomenal beard. But, are bald guys with beards attractive? Let’s take a look at what polls and individuals are saying online.
As you are growing a beard you become acutely aware of its changes in length. Sometimes in the early days, it can feel like watching paint dry – but what about as you grow older? Does beard growth increase with age? Or do you have to wait longer for your beard to grow as you get older? Here we’ll go through the science and the experiences of men who are growing beards later in life.
Before launching into a potentially long beard growing journey it would be nice to set expectations. Are you even capable of growing a beard? What would the end result look like and if there are any techniques that could be used to grow a thicker beard? How to know if you can grow a beard or not comes down to these four simple questions…
As you are growing older your beard may be going grey and the hair on your head (if you are lucky enough to have some) may also be going grey. Studies suggest that 66% of men between the ages of 45 and 65 have grey hair covering about one-third of their scalp. As you are slowly graying you may be wondering are gray beards attractive to people? Here we shall look at the science, studies, and opinions of people on gray beards!
Facial hair and growth of that hair relies on your body performing at it’s best. Perhaps you have noticed that your facial hair has been growing slower than usual over the past few days of weeks? Here we will look at the things that you should consider if you feel like your facial hair has started slowing down or maybe you think it has stopped altogether!
There is a load of reasons why beards do not grow. Is it testosterone level? Is it that you have not yet been through puberty or is it that your genetics prescribe that you’ll never be able to grow a beard? If you think you have a problem with your beard growing late. Check out this handy guide to help you decide on what you should do!
When a person dies there are many things that happen to the body – but does the beard continue growing after death? You may have heard that the fingernails are also a part of the body that continues to grow. How much truth is there in this? You may have heard stories of a beard growing after death but is there any truth to this?
Are beards gross? That is the question that pop’s into the heads of men who are thinking of growing a beard and women who want to know if their intimate partner is walking around with a bacteria harvesting fuzz on their face…But what do we mean when we say something is gross? Is it attractiveness? Is it that we imagine that they have some level of dirt and bacteria in them? In this article, we look at the reasons why beards may or may not be described as gross!