What tips, tricks, and advice can you offer on beards, mustaches, and facial hai

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  1. Simone Smith profile image91
    Simone Smithposted 8 years ago

    What tips, tricks, and advice can you offer on beards, mustaches, and facial hair?

    Do you have facial hair? Are you passionate about mustaches? Do you have some grooming tips to offer to a boyfriend or husband who has one? Have you a great mustache wax to recommend? Share your know-how in this week’s Weekly Topic Inspiration theme!

    For group support and the full WTI how-to, stop by our official forum thread: http://hubpages.com/forum/topic/109403

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  2. MissJamieD profile image56
    MissJamieDposted 8 years ago

    What type of beard, mustache, goatee are you wearing? Here's what's sexy.... read more

  3. cat on a soapbox profile image96
    cat on a soapboxposted 8 years ago

    As a woman who has seen the trends come and go, I'd say keep the facial hair  clean and trim, regardless of style  A mustache shouldn't smell like yesterday's pastrami sandwich, and no woman wants to go to work w/ 2 -day beard burn!

  4. sallybea profile image97
    sallybeaposted 8 years ago

    An image of a man with a beard and more especially one who is photographed in black and white never fails to excite me, so what causes this excitement? read more

  5. Pamela99 profile image92
    Pamela99posted 8 years ago

    http://pamela99.hubpages.com/hub/Movie- … Moustaches

    A bit of mustache history and movie stars with unique mustaches.

  6. BLACKANDGOLDJACK profile image80
    BLACKANDGOLDJACKposted 8 years ago

    The best moustache wax is Clubman's in my opinion. You get a little tube and a little brush for a little over $3. You can get it in clear, brown, or black. But my hub is more about moustache rides than moustache wax.

    http://blackandgoldjack.hubpages.com/hu … est-Lovers

    1. Kasman profile image81
      Kasmanposted 8 years agoin reply to this

      Awesome!

  7. kortneypac profile image83
    kortneypacposted 8 years ago

    Redefining the gender roles in the 21st century; a visual perspective showing challenges read more

  8. Kasman profile image81
    Kasmanposted 8 years ago

    There are many different full beard types in this hub, I prefer the Leonidas or the Wiz on pure manliness alone. But in terms of everyday use, I enjoy the Norris or Leonidas.

    http://kasman.hubpages.com/hub/Beards-a … hem-famous

    1. Santiniketan profile image61
      Santiniketanposted 8 years agoin reply to this

      Actually I don't like beards or mustaches at all. But now days it’s become a fashion to keep mustaches. Most of our film stars has it, they think with it they look more manly and they can leave their chocolaty boy look for a time being.

  9. hideininspector profile image69
    hideininspectorposted 8 years ago

    Having trouble finding the best way to groom your beard? Mustache hair growing into your mouth or tickling your lip? I've got some tips to help keep that pesky hair trimmed and behaving as it should! read more

  10. David Warren profile image88
    David Warrenposted 8 years ago

    Razors, facial hair trimmers, and nose hair trimmers for facial hair. Moustache, beard, goatee, nostril and ear hair. read more

  11. profile image0
    Bethany Williamsposted 8 years ago

    This answer doesn't only pertain to men, but also women. So I am going to go with the women's answer as I am one who does have to live with this aggravation. Are you a woman with unsightly facial hair? What do you do to get rid of the unwanted hair - Do you bleach, tweeze, wax, or shave? I'm going to give you a break down of each one and you can weigh the options. Firstly, bleaching can be effective to an extent. Meaning, for some darker, more coarse haired individuals this method will not work. It may turn it an orangey color, which would still be noticeable. On the other hand, for the thinner lighter hairs this is perfect for the following reasons: you don't have to worry about it growning back by the end of the day, it's painless, and effective. (Just don't keep the bleach on too long in case of burning. Ouch!) Next, tweezing is another alternative to the bleaching. I'll talk about the pros first. It's efficient and durable. You can't see the hair beneath the  skin that is starting to grow out either. (aka five o'clock shadow) Now the Cons: It's time-consuming, painful and the old wives tale "you pluck one...10 more will sprout out." Another removal method is waxing. Waxing is quick, efficient, long-lasting, and my personal favorite becuase it look's au natural. The cons are minimal, such as pain and a hot sensation lasting about an hour afterwards (but this can be treated with the right moisturizer. Lastly, shaving is the most common (in the US) method for shedding those menacing growths! Benefits are that its fast, effortless, and inexpensive. The downfalls are by far the worse of all the above: Razorburn, ingrown hairs, red bumps, and by the end of the day you are faced with an embarrassing five o'clock shadow! Of course there's laser hair removal and electrolysis if you are looking for a more long lasting approach, but bear in mind you will spend more $$$. There is what is called sugar waxing. This uses an natural paste or gel made from food-derived ingredients like sugar, water and lemon juice to remove the hair follicle from the root and results can last up to six weeks, and temporary results can result to permanent. There are a few different recipes you'll find, but the real receipe conists of only natural ingredients. Another less popular method is called hair threading removal in which cotton thread is pulled along unwanted hair in a twisting motion, to trap hair in a mini lasso, and lifts hair right out of the follicle. Stay smooth!

    1. sallybea profile image97
      sallybeaposted 8 years agoin reply to this

      Voted up because this is a problem experienced by many women

  12. hideininspector profile image69
    hideininspectorposted 8 years ago

    My own methods for grooming, an easy solution to beardly troubles

    http://hideininspector.hubpages.com/hub … iest-Groom

  13. David Warren profile image88
    David Warrenposted 8 years ago

    This very question took me down a strange road indeed. http://davidwarren.hubpages.com/hub/Sha … ard-styles
    I've never written anything here on HP that wasn't my own idea and written also for my own enjoyment of the writing process. I saw this question and subsequently visited the weekly forum topic and gave it a shot. I thought perhaps I should "get with the program" a bit more here on HP and give this weekly topic thing a try.
    I hope its ok to answer a question with a question here, if not please excuse my laziness for not checking first. Although making a few dollars or cents here does sound like an attractive idea I've never written anything on HP with that in mind. That is until I answered the above question with a hub. So now I am thinking more about HP from the standpoint of what do they want from me? Should I be writing borderline promotional SEO minded articles now and then in order to succeed here or have I completely overthought this? Should I be writing but covertly promoting simultaneously? Also, please don't take this the wrong way I'm not being a smart a.. or putting HP down, I love it here. The hub I answered the above question would certainly need revising and polishing but is this the type of writing I should be focusing on in order to succeed here on HP?

  14. GoodLady profile image93
    GoodLadyposted 8 years ago

    Here's mine!
    Had a lot of fund writing this one!
    And I got his hair trimmed, his ears hairs trimmed and his sideburns trimmed too!
    Hope you enjoy it too.
    Hope I managed to post this correctly, even though i didn't go through the right procedures.  Hope it's a part of the weekly topic anyway?
    http://goodlady.hubpages.com/hub/Mens-F … Wives?done

  15. Fastian profile image64
    Fastianposted 8 years ago

    It's something that varies person to person. For instance a clean shave doesn't suits me at all and this is what majority of people said when I tried. Now I use trimmer size 2 & I have a very small beard with mustache.
    It's my personal opinion that small beard makes everyone looks good. Besides you don't need to shave daily! Setting once in a week is enough.

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  17. Bard of Ely profile image82
    Bard of Elyposted 8 years ago

    Why colouring your beard or moustache with a hair dye is a good idea for men who want to stand out from the crowd? read more

 
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