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“There is an intrinsic connection between a man and his beard. Men make a definitive decision to grow, nurture, and groom a beard. When bearded men talk about their facial hair, it’s obvious there is a connection and feeling of pride. Men are inherently visual, to wear their masculinity on their face is as manly as it gets.”

 

 There is art and then there is fine art... There are beards and then there are fine beards... When you successfully merge the two it becomes known as "Beardistry".

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Beardsy Blog 411

Hairy havens: Most facial hair friendly cities In America

July 25, 2015

Otterbox cases are dedicated to all the klutzy, spontaneous, chaotic, graceless individuals who have broken a device or valuable due to their active lifestyle. Save your phone today at Coveroo.com!   STERLING, IL - Guys with facial hair listen up—the city most welcoming of your whiskers is now Washington, DC. This according to Wahl, the Official Sponsor of Facial Hair, whose annual study of the most facial hair friendly places found that the former fuzz capital of the world is getting back to its roots. D.C.'s rise to the top of facial hair food chain is impressive, especially after barely cracking the top 20 list last year. A big reason for this jump is the city's pro baseball team. Last...

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This Bearded Bride Will Challenge How You Think About Beauty

July 14, 2015

Otterbox cases are dedicated to all the klutzy, spontaneous, chaotic, graceless individuals who have broken a device or valuable due to their active lifestyle. Save your phone today at Coveroo.com! Meet Harnaam Kaur. instagram.com 2. Kaur has Polycystic Ovary Syndrome, an endocrine system disorder that can cause major hormonal imbalances. instagram.com For Kaur, it caused her to start sprouting facial hair when she was just 11. “I used to have my face waxed two to three times a week,” she told the blog Rock N Roll Bride, “and on the days I couldn’t bare the pain I would simply shave.” 3. Having so much facial hair at such a young age was rough. instagram.com Despite growing up in a supportive...

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The Beard of Joseph Palmer

July 14, 2015

Otterbox cases are dedicated to all the klutzy, spontaneous, chaotic, graceless individuals who have broken a device or valuable due to their active lifestyle. Save your phone today at Coveroo.com! Joseph Palmer, published in 1915 A farmer from NoTown, a village on the outskirts of Fitchburg, Massachusetts, Palmer was a veteran of the War of 1812.[1] In 1830 Palmer was a successful Yankee farmer, but was by no means a typical one. Possibly influenced in childhood by a bearded itinerant evangelist named Lorenzo Dow, Palmer took to wearing a long beard in the 1820s. Few men in the United States wore beards after about 1720, and Palmer was considered eccentric and slovenly. Nicknamed “the old Jew”, he was regularly harassed...

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