A good beard creates an aura of sophisticated masculinity, balances most face shapes, and looks flat-out cool. For plenty of gents, keeping their facial fuzz in good shape requires little more than regular trims, either by their own fair hand or a professional stylist’s.
Once upon a time, not so long ago, the very idea of men spending time and good money tending to their body hair was unthinkable.
We all know that keeping yourself “Rugged, Yet Smooth” takes time and effort. Sure, you can roll out of bed and greet the world with your shaggy hair, wild beard, and natural musk, but you might not get the positive attention you’re after.
We recently had the opportunity to catch up with Stephen Handisides, an international TV presenter, model and, most importantly for us, an expert in male grooming. Stephen is currently the host of a TV show called ‘The Modern Face of Beauty’ and his career has revolved around male grooming and aesthetics for some time now.
Jared Acquaro is the brains behind A Poor Man’s Millions – the fashion and lifestyle blog every Rugged Yet Smooth gent needs to follow.
Millions of us rock beards today, but what do they say about us?
Obviously, if your beard’s a mess of crumbs and tangles, it screams a lack of personal hygiene, but at a deeper level, your choice of facial fur reveals more about your character than you might realise.
Let’s check out the personality traits linked to different types of fuzz, to identify your own beard profile …