Mr. Incredibeard, who is also known by some as Isaiah Webb, has been perfecting his beard-crafting skills since 2012, so he’s at the top of his hair-styling game right now. His beard sculptures are some of the most advanced I’ve ever seen. Take a look! Continue reading »
Need a gag gift that will be the hit of the party?!!! Get The Original Shave & Play Borbie!!!
You’ve played with regular Barbie, but this is Shave & Play Borbie…and she is unlike any other doll you’ve played with! She is FURRY and ready for a trim! Whip out the razor (included) and give her a style all her own! Borbie will love her new, silky smooth, hair-free self! Continue reading »
Quarantine Beards: Four-Time World Beard And Moustache Championship Winner Opens Up About Growing Custom Facial Hair
Four-time World Beard and Mustache Championship winner MJ Johnson opened to New York Magazine about growing custom facial hair, the trend of men growing “quarantine beards” and his start in competitive growing and his newly found viral fame. Johnson also voiced concerns about his facial hair conflicting with the requirements of his job as an emergency worker. Continue reading »
Born on February 26, 1826 in Vandenesse (Niève), Louis Coulon was a “cast iron moulder” at the Forey factory in Montluçon. Apparently, he was already shaving by age 12 but could not maintain the sharpness of his razor blade from its frequent use. In fact, his beard was growing so fast that by age 14, Coulon already had a 50 centimeter (19.6 inch) beard. From then on, it was just a matter of letting it grow to monstrous length. Continue reading »
The early 1800s saw a trend for side-whiskers, which became extremely popular – so popular, in fact, that some canny traders began to peddle false whiskers to men who wanted an instant fix. In the 1840s, spurred on by the successes of British cavalry soldiers in the field, men began to grow moustaches in imitation of these new, ‘ultra-masculine’ heroes. Continue reading »
Here are photos from the fourth biannual British Beard & Moustache Championships which took place in Blackpool recently. The charity fundraising event which saw hundreds of people participated in it was organized by a Blackpool bearded men’s club. Continue reading »
A cool photo collection that shows how men’s beards looked like from the 19th century. Continue reading »
The world’s best and most full-bodied beards have been crowned.Thousands of facial hair aficionados flocked to Austin, Texas to witness the 2017 World Beard and Mustache Championships. The winners were selected from a range of categories including mustache, partial and full-beards.
Third, second and first place winners of the full beard freestyle Aarne Bielefeldt, Isaiah Webb, and Jason Kiley. Continue reading »
Forget beard baubles and glitter beards, hipsters are now opting for twinkling fairy lights as the latest way to add an extra festive touch to chin fuzz in 2016’s hottest Christmas trend. Continue reading »
So, it’s that time of the year again, if you clicked this post because of the image than i guess you already know what i mean, The 2016 National Beard And Moustache Competition was held this year in Nashville, Tennessee on Labor Day. Like every year, people from all over the world come to see and compete with their fabulous beards and moustaches that they work so hard all year long to maintain and grow. Continue reading »
A contestant of the World Beard And Mustache Championships poses for a picture during the opening ceremony of the Championships 2015 on October 3, 2015 in Leogang, Austria. (Photo by Jan Hetfleisch/Getty Images)
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Virgin Trains has launched an innovative swim cap for bearded men – the Beard Cap – which will be trialled with customers competing at the Great North Swim, Lake Windermere, June 12 – 14, 2015. The unique Lycra prototype extends down to wrap under the chin and packs the beard against the face to decrease drag whilst swimming. It’s reusable, adjustable and perfect for keeping bushy beards under control.
Responding to debates on swimming forums about big beards causing drag, the rail operator and official train partner to the Great North Swim commissioned its own research*. The findings revealed that over one in ten men (12 per cent) connected their beard to slower swim times, and nearly a quarter of men feel their beards hinder their sports performance. This could be because beards are an irritant for some sporting men (11 per cent), a source of discomfort for others (32 per cent) and a distraction for even more (42 per cent).
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Attendee at the Just For Men World Beard and Moustache Championships getting his fortune told by a bearded mystic lady on Saturday, October 25, 2014 in Portland, OR. (Photo by Craig Mitchelldyer/AP Images for Just for Men)
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