What are the benefits of having a beard?
Whether it's athletes, actors, or musicians, facial hair is everywhere. Some choose it as a fad. For others, it's a badge of honor and a way of life. We ask so much of our beards like to be longer or thicker, but do you ever ponder its true purpose?
They can start a conversation or invoke weird looks.
For some they are male makeup. However, do you think about what they truly provide? By the end of this, you will be a little more inclined to respect the fur on your face.
What are the benefits of beard hair?
Beards keep your face warm during harsh winters or cold days. They act as a shield for your face to protect it from harm. Something so small does so much good! With increased beard length, comes protection against skin problems like rashes and irritation. An added bonus that comes with beard care is beard oil which keeps your hair nourished and smelling great.
What are beard benefits for women?
For female beard lovers, you can feel like a lady with beard or without. Beards make you look gorgeous (or handsome), ladies! Additionally, they act as a sign of virility. It's also common to find guys who appreciate beard hair. However, if you don't have one or want to, that's fine too! There are some people who feel without beard hair, they look better.
Many women go for beards as a way of attracting more attention from the opposite sex. Some cultures view beard hair as a representation of masculinity and power. In those cases, beard hair can make men act more commanding and persuasive. While beard hair is of no use to women, it can provide an even bigger benefit. Beard hair has calming properties which help reduce stress levels of both men and women!
Have you ever considered beard benefits?
They amaze us every day with their benefits! There are so many beard styles to choose from and beard colors as well. So, tell us: what beard style and beard color do you like the best? Maybe you can receive compliments or make a statement with it! If not, we might have an article on beard styles for guys you might be interested in.
History of Beards
History has given us a laundry list of bearded men who changed the course of history. Leaders. Generals. Conquers. Even in my sleepy Central Pennsylvania hometown, the true providers all had the thickest of beards. That's where my facial fuzz fascination began. It was ingrained from a young age that the barrel chested, blue collar, beard owning, hard working mother fuckers were the true heroes.
Learning to shave was bitter sweet as it meant the peach fuzz I did acquire, was no more. It also meant that I was on the right track to enter facial manhood.
So, is there a general reasoning for beards?
Well according to scientists, our prehistoric cave bros grew long beards for three main reasons. First, being warmth. Beards provided protection of the male face from the elements which came in handy during long hunts. The next reason is for well... legit physical protection. Thick, full beards have proven to protect that jaw from a two piece. Concussions from a random bar fight? Not likely with the right type of follicle face shield. Finally, the beard is a form of intimidation. This has continued for generations and has served as a receipt of testosterone.
Beards and Pogonophiles
Moving on to the era of the pogonophile, testosterone fueled beards have become a sexual attraction. Pogonophiles are a surprisingly large percent of the population recently. These people have an itch that cannot be reached, but your beard is a scratching post. From my own experiences, women (and some men) actively seek to fondle facial hair.
Us bearded fellas have to accept that we are Peacocks. Can you really blame somebody for wanting the best plumage in the bar as a mate? Get you some, brother!!! It boils down to maintenance and confidence.
Wear that shit with some swagger and you are a lady killer. I've even seen some of the most unfortunate looking and downtrodden men hit home runs once they unlock the power of facial pheromones. That is why I compare beards to a woman's makeup.
How does your beard still get used for intimidation?
Well, it’s mostly biological. Well-groomed facial and body hair have always been seen as a sign of manliness. Even now, beards are a sign of power in some cultures. As for other men, beards are looked upon with envy by those less fortunate souls who can't produce. Some men even base the hierarchy in a friendship based on beard appearance alone.
Now let's say you meet "The One" and make the decision to take the big leap into parenthood. Have you ever seen videos of a baby crying over the father growing a beard? How about one after shaving?
This theory of mine is in no way backed by science, but the science shows beards show patience. Patience to grow. Patience when it comes to driving lessons. Patience for a growing baby.
Famous Bearded Men
We still have a need for beards the way our caveman counterparts did, but in a more civilized fashion. Despite the beard falling out of favor in the 20th century, we are seeing a resurgence in it being acceptable in 2021 and it's wonderful. The only question you should ask now is what beard style suits you best?
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