For a woman who grows hair on her face and chest because of PCOS, Halloween can be uncomfortable. What is for her a natural look gets mistaken for a costume, and then come the comments.
Prince Harry has the sexiest beard in the world according to a new survey. The poll, conducted by Britain’s leading hair transplant centre Crown Clinic in Manchester, asked 1,000 participants which A-lister they believe has the best facial hair . And while the 33-year-old royal came out on top, Brad Pitt surprisingly took last place. The survey revealed that approximately 62 percent of men believe celebrities look more attractive with beards while the same amount of women preferred A-listers who are clean-shaven. Yet despite their desire to follow the royal’s grooming footsteps, 45 percent of men are sadly unable to grow a full beard like Prince Harry’s. Crown Clinic surgeon Asim Shahmalak has experienced a surge in bookings as a consequence. Dr Shahmalak revealed: “Prince Harry is a trendsetter for lots of men around the world and the reaction to his beard has been universally positive. While he looks great with his ginger fuzz, the sad fact is almost half the men in the UK cannot grow a full beard like Harry.” He continued, “There are gaps in their beard or sideburns and the end result is patchy and unattractive. We can fill in those gaps to make sure any man can get a full beard like Harry.” Take a look at which A-listers made the top ten in the gallery above. Follow us on Instagram and Facebook for non-stop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day. For Twitter updates, follow @YahooStyleUK . Read more from Yahoo Style UK: Why women find beards so darn attractive The bearded model just made history on the catwalk The 25 best beards of Instagram
At the Piping Live! event in Glasgow, Scotland, in early August, men will be able to get the woven pattern dyed into their beards.
In the latest and strangest beauty news, Justin Timberlake’s beard was stroked by a stranger at a golf tournament. We'd like to ask, "Can we touch your beard too?"
From designer stubble to full-on lumberjack numbers, hairy men have struck lucky in the 2010s. Well according to a study conducted by the Official Journal of the Human Behavior and Evolution Society, certain types of facial hair affect how we perceive individuals. If we move onto the ‘why’ bit, according to a study published in Evolution and Human Behavior, a beard - a little like a piercing or tattoo - is used as a badge or ‘marker’ used to compete for women’s attention.
When it comes to puckering up, no one does it quite like they do in Alberta. The survey asked 1,004 Canadians over the age of 18 about their smooching preferences and uncovered some pretty interesting details. Atlantic Canada, though 75 percent still expressed satisfaction so Canadians, in general, seem to be a pretty kissable bunch.
Love ‘em or hate ‘em, beards are here to stay. For a recent study in the Journal of Hospital Infection, scientists swabbed the faces of 408 male healthcare workers both with and without facial hair to see if beards were in fact the gross, bacteria-laden nests some have suggested.
Gone are the days when men reject or shy away from cleansers, moisturizers, and hair products. In fact, the word “metrosexual” has already become an archaic term. Nowadays, men of all ages from hipsters and hippies to bros and professionals are scooping up unique items like beard oils and DIY pomade kits. Looking for the grooming tools just right for you guy?
As the Senior Writer at Yahoo Beauty, testing out products comes with the territory. But when we decided to find out which beard trimmers stood up to the test, we had to bring in a new guinea pig—my husband Brooks. Thankfully he was totally game, buying a special notepad for the project, and obsessively studying, testing, and writing about the pros and cons of five top trimmers. A new beauty editor is born?
The National Beard and Moustache Championships took place this weekend, and unsurprisingly, they took place in Brooklyn. Despite the many beard and mustache wearers in Brooklyn (especially with Movember and No Shave November in full swing), upwards of 300 contestants traveled from all over the country to compete. Aids are not allowed.” This is one of the biggest facial hair events in the world, second to only the World Beard and Moustache Championships, which took place in Austria this October and were dominated by Americans, who took 1st place in 6 of the 16 categories.
Cut.com finally did a men’s video in the “100 Years of Beauty” series — just in time for Movember 2015! From the whiskers of the 1910s to the suave pompadour of the 1950s to the man bun of the 2010s, the video covers the spectrum of men’s grooming in the past 100 years of American history. Watch the first 11 videos of the “100 Years of Beauty” series here: 1, 2,3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11.
It’s not that surprising of an idea to grow your beard in the winter, since facial hair does help keep your face warmer, but it turns out, there is nothing wrong with a beard in the summer. “The myth of a beard making you sweat more is false,” says celebrity men’s groomer Diana Schmidtke. Now that you don’t have to worry about shaving your beard off before the temps hit 90 degrees, I asked Schmidtke to share some more of her summer grooming tips. Protect “What’s great about beards is that they help protect against the harsh sun,” says Schmidtke. Wash “The chlorine and salt water that stays in your hair can be very damaging with the sun,” says Schmidtke.
This soap infused with energizing peppermint oil will get him moving in the morning thanks to its tingly feel, while naturally exfoliating crushed walnut shells will scrub off grime way better than your average bar. If your man scoffs at using a hair product, remind him that odds are his dad used it or his grandpa used it. A dime-sized amount combed through the hair will recreate the slicked back look that guys like Ryan Gosling and Jon Hamm wear so well.