All about beards | beards.org wishes all beard growers and beard fans a very happy new beard year 2016! May our beards grow in strength and numbers all around the world.
If you’re capable of growing a beard and have not done it, the beginning of a new year is a great time to start growing a new beard. Why not visit beards.org guide to growing a beard and start growing your beard today?
And don’t forget to encourage other men to grow their beards. If you know any men who have not grown their beards, but should, please encourage them to grow, too!
Chris has some of the strongest beard growth you’ll ever see. His beard has exceptional density, thickness, and coverage. At the moment he is transitioning his beard from a low cheek line to a much higher cheek line. To help blend the established growth with the new, he recently trimmed back his overall beard. Soon, both growth phases will blend seamlessly into one solid, powerful beard. Chris kindly agreed to participate in a beards.org photo shoot today. Below are some sample images from today’s photo shoot. Thanks, Chris!
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No-shave November is a perfect opportunity to make the transition from a shaved face to a bearded one. And at the end of November, why throw away all your new growth? Why not stay with the beard and let it continue to flourish and grow into a permanent beard you can wear with pride?
So don’t wait! Don’t shave! The best place to get your new beard started is with our beards.org guide to growing a beard. Follow the guidance there to achieve your best beard success. You’ll be glad you did!
Barry is dedicated to going all out with growing his beard this year. He was kind enough to do a beards.org photo shoot today. Here are some sample shots from today’s shoot. Stay tuned for more of Barry. Thanks, Barry!
Another business trip provided a second opportunity for a beards.org photo shoot with David. Here are some sample shots from today’s photo shoot. You can see that his beard growth is more substantial than at the first photo shoot. He has been both growing and trimming to strike a balance for his job. David has also raised his beard’s cheek line since the previous shoot. Thanks again, David, and keep growing!
David kindly participated in a beards.org photo shoot yesterday. In recent days, I had been corresponding with David via email in response to his inquiry about ways that he could improve his beard. As soon as we’d begun this conversation, a business trip provided a sudden opportunity for a beard photo shoot. Regarding the sudden photo shoot opportunity, David expressed some hesitation, pointing out that his beard wasn’t ready yet, that it still needed work. He kindly went ahead with the shoot, featuring his top-notch beard. David’s beard is truly a great one and is expected to attain far higher levels of greatness! We hope to do another photo shoot at a later date when his beard is more “ready”. Thanks again, David!
For 2013 I am aiming to do at least one beards.org photo shoot each month, more whenever possible. So far, every month had been covered. But things were looking mighty grim for May. As the clock was running out on the month, Richard kindly agreed to do a second photo shoot on May 31st — just in time! Richard’s first beards.org photo shoot was nearly two years ago. I am proud and pleased to present some sample shots from today’s photo shoot. Thank you, Richard!
Vincent was kind enough to participate in a second beards.org photo shoot yesterday. Regarding Vincent and his beard, he is bold. He has the courage to grow the kind of beard that he wants, with a natural cheek line that reaches fairly high. And contrary to the fears expressed by others that higher cheek lines or natural cheek lines will bring a storm of criticism, Vincent has only received compliments, support, and appreciation for growing his bold beard. His beard pretty much demands admiration and respect!
Here are some sample shots from Vincent’s second beards.org photo shoot, starting with the very first shot of the afternoon.