Maybe you had to do it for a new job. Maybe you were obligated to do it for some other reason. Maybe you did it in a moment of weakness and self-doubt. Maybe you did it on a whim. Maybe you did it in a fit of temporary insanity. But if you’ve just shaved off your beard, what’s the most important thing to do next? Start growing it back, of course!
Brock grew his first beard for a charity effort in the fight against prostate cancer. Quite a magnificent and splendiferous beard it was. After a year’s time, however, suddenly Brock’s big beard was gone, wiped out by a shave.
Here Brock answers some questions about his beard-shave-off experience.
Was it hard to shave off such a big beard?
I had to fight many other bearded members to stop me from doing it. After doing so, I felt I’d done a great injustice.
How long did it take to decide to grow it back?
A few months.
Why did I decide to grow it back?
Just wanted a free pillow when I got sleep.
While Brock went without the beard for a few months after the shave, don’t wait that long if at all possible. Start growing again as soon as you can!
In the gallery below, we see Brock shortly after the big shave. The next photo was at about three months of growth for the new beard. The rest of the photos are at about five months of new growth. Click on any image below to see a larger version.
See more about Brock here: Brock: today’s beard, 2016/12/30.
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It takes one hour and fifteen minutes to remove a beard with only scissors and disposable razors.