The beard trend is over. It's time to shave.

  • metta

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    Apr 04, 2015 6:24 AM GMT
    The beard trend is over. It's time to shave.

    Read more: http://www.businessinsider.com/shave-your-beard-right-now-2015-4
  • HottJoe

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    Apr 04, 2015 12:47 PM GMT
    *crickets*
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    Apr 04, 2015 1:12 PM GMT
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    Apr 04, 2015 3:23 PM GMT
    Noooo. Keep the trend going. Beards are hot.
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    Apr 04, 2015 3:34 PM GMT
    I personally never liked them really aha, either clean or some stubble was good for me.
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    Apr 04, 2015 3:41 PM GMT
    Loves the stubble. Hates the beard. Never understood the shaved.
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    Apr 04, 2015 4:36 PM GMT
    Yes, please. Does one know how uncomfortable facial hair can be sometimes against the face of the OTHER guy? Not to mention all that facial hair tends to hide some really great bone structure on men, which in itself is a crime...that chin, those cheekbones...don't hide them! icon_smile.gif
  • secondstartot...

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    Apr 04, 2015 4:46 PM GMT
    LOVE a beard !!
  • HottJoe

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    Apr 04, 2015 4:48 PM GMT
    benzboy02 saidYes, please. Does one know how uncomfortable facial hair can be sometimes against the face of the OTHER guy? Not to mention all that facial hair tends to hide some really great bone structure on men, which in itself is a crime...that chin, those cheekbones...don't hide them! icon_smile.gif

    Kissing a guy with stubble can be like rubbing your face with sandpaper, but a full beard is soft.
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    Apr 04, 2015 4:56 PM GMT
    I can't wait for this trend to end, because I actually like guys who like to be bearded/scruffy, not trend hoppers.

    I'm interested to see how many relationships end once their partners find out just what's hiding under the beard.
  • HndsmKansan

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    Apr 04, 2015 5:01 PM GMT
    I like the "nonshaved" look and generally let it go for several days, then use the beard trimmer on the lowest setting. I like the look, but I still shave so in some respects it take more work than just shaving everyday. I like the look and I'll continue for a while.
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    Apr 04, 2015 5:10 PM GMT
    HottJoe said
    benzboy02 saidYes, please. Does one know how uncomfortable facial hair can be sometimes against the face of the OTHER guy? Not to mention all that facial hair tends to hide some really great bone structure on men, which in itself is a crime...that chin, those cheekbones...don't hide them! icon_smile.gif

    Kissing a guy with stubble can be like rubbing your face with sandpaper, but a full beard is soft.



    I never cared for a full beard only because it hides the guys face a bit too much for my taste, although I have seen some guys who look insanely attractive with a beard. I suppose I am just more attracted to a clean shaven look...but a few days stubble can be sexy as hell. My ex used to do the two-three day stubble thing and keep it maintained and he looked great, but it WAS like sandpaper, LOL. My own skin is really sensitive and after a few days I would sweetly ask if he could please shave. He looked good either way, and I did miss the stubble when he removed it, but it was SO much more comfortable icon_smile.gif
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    Apr 04, 2015 5:15 PM GMT
    I saw a guy today walking toward a bus stop and he had the most beautiful brown/gold mixture in his hair and beard I'd ever seen.
    He was stocky with a small waist. Very hot man... and not everyone can rock that look like he did.
    I applaud those that know when it works and those that skip it when it doesn't.
  • Import

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    Apr 04, 2015 5:26 PM GMT
    Some people like beards, some people dont.
    Life goes on.
  • FredMG

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    Apr 04, 2015 5:26 PM GMT
    I've already ordered my beard ornaments for next Christmas.
  • Destinharbor

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    Apr 04, 2015 5:43 PM GMT
    I'm not a fan. Wrong or right, I always think it's compensating for something.
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    Apr 04, 2015 5:48 PM GMT
    Destinharbor saidI'm not a fan. Wrong or right, I always think it's compensating for something.

    What's it compensating for? Especially since hair grows naturally on a man's face... how does a man "compensate" for something when it's a natural bodily function to grow hair on ur face...

    thats like saying "people shit like everyday, just to compensate for the fact they have a small dick"... "people sweat too much, just to prove they have sweat glands."... "people grow hair on their face because they're compensating for the fact that they are poor and have no money"

    What u said is just plain stupid.
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    Apr 04, 2015 5:51 PM GMT
    You must not live in San Francisco.
  • craycraydoesd...

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    Apr 04, 2015 5:52 PM GMT
    Destinharbor saidI'm not a fan. Wrong or right, I always think it's compensating for something.


    Agreed! I guess men are finally coming to their senses when they realize that even men with purses falling out of their mouths are following the trend
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    Apr 04, 2015 5:59 PM GMT
    beard ornamentation
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    oh, relax, I'm sure it's just mayonnaise

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    beard? what beard?
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    not everyone can rock that look
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    a bee beard
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    a beard for the Passover holiday
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    a beard for the homophobes lol (just kidding)
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    And finally the beard contest. See if you can pick out the heterosexual:

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  • Destinharbor

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    Apr 04, 2015 6:02 PM GMT
    Import said
    Destinharbor saidI'm not a fan. Wrong or right, I always think it's compensating for something.

    What's it compensating for? Especially since hair grows naturally on a man's face... how does a man "compensate" for something when it's a natural bodily function to grow hair on ur face...

    thats like saying "people shit like everyday, just to compensate for the fact they have a small dick"... "people sweat too much, just to prove they have sweat glands."... "people grow hair on their face because they're compensating for the fact that they are poor and have no money"

    What u said is just plain stupid.

    I didn't say it was rational. And certainly not true in all cases. But just because it grows naturally doesn't have anything to do with it. Your fingernails grow naturally and I doubt you don't clip them. Growing a beard is a style choice. Just often seems to be because the guy doesn't like the way he looks, or has a weak chin, or is losing hair on the top (the most frequent one), or is trying in some way to look different. Nothing wrong with any of it. It just makes me wonder the motivation and suggests that he's self-conscience about something. And shaving every day is a pain but so is taking a shower but we all do that (I hope). Again, not trying to offend. Just hope the trend is over. I didn't even like it when some of the most handsome men in America at the Academy Awards started wearing face hair.
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    Apr 04, 2015 6:04 PM GMT
    Destinharbor saidI'm not a fan. Wrong or right, I always think it's compensating for something.


    Oddly yet oppositely I feel the same about a shaved crotch.
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    Apr 04, 2015 6:09 PM GMT
    HottJoe said
    benzboy02 saidYes, please. Does one know how uncomfortable facial hair can be sometimes against the face of the OTHER guy? Not to mention all that facial hair tends to hide some really great bone structure on men, which in itself is a crime...that chin, those cheekbones...don't hide them! icon_smile.gif

    Kissing a guy with stubble can be like rubbing your face with sandpaper, but a full beard is soft.


    It's exfoliating!! icon_biggrin.gif
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    Apr 04, 2015 6:15 PM GMT
    Destinharbor said
    Growing a beard ... Just often seems to be because the guy doesn't like the way he looks, or has a weak chin, or is losing hair on the top (the most frequent one), or is trying in some way to look different. Nothing wrong with any of it. It just makes me wonder the motivation and suggests that he's self-conscience about something. And shaving every day is a pain but so is taking a shower but we all do that (I hope). Again, not trying to offend. Just hope the trend is over. I didn't even like it when some of the most handsome men in America at the Academy Awards started wearing face hair.
    Using this logic one would never groom or dress in any particular way for fear of having a weakness of some sort. I will not comb my hair because it means I'm self-conscious. I will not wear a hat because it means I'm covering my bald spot. I will not grow facial hair because I am hiding my weak chin. I will not put on a suit because gosh-by-golly I am confident without one. I will not wipe the mustard from my upper lip because the world should accept me as I am and I have no problem with the way I look.
  • toastvenom

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    Apr 04, 2015 6:19 PM GMT
    who the hell follows trends? as an adult u should be comfortable in ur own skin to know what rocks for u.