We suggest taking a critical look at this male trend (and at your bearded partner) and not immediately refuse a banal gift in the form of shaving accessories.
YES: Prince Harry, most likely, having grown a beard, succumbed to fashion trends, but it did not hurt his image and visuals at all. Harry is younger than his brother and not too burdened by official protocol (and so far ─ family ties), while the oval of the face allows him to wear almost any type of beard, and the redhead gives the facial hair the necessary dose of cuteness. With age, the color of the hair will not change for the better, and Harry will most likely shave, but for now, he can forget about the razor in good conscience.
YES: the news that Jon Snow shaved his beard, and even with his mustache, blew up social networks a couple of years ago ─ without a hairy entourage, the actor’s face immediately lost both charm and attractiveness for fans. “There was a macho, but it became not clear who” is the softest comment that followed this action. Harington needed a victim for a reason – he cut his hair and shaved for a role in a theatrical production. However, Keith does not want to take any more risks yet ─ since then, such decisive actions have not been repeated.
NO: the actor should not be so diligent in growing a “box” beard, which seems to flatten the already not very elongated oval of the face and makes Bradley look like a gnome. We would advise the actor to limit himself to a reasonable option for modest stubble.
YES: we forgive the actor for his thick beard, not because it really suits him (although, admittedly, it adds tolerance and humility to his face), but because Jared loves to play with style and “shave-grow” is a common thing for him. For example, in the fall of 2017, the frontman of the band 30 Seconds to Mars famously cracked down on vegetation almost online by posting a beardless selfie on Instagram (an extremist organization banned in Russia). Looking forward to the next step!
NO: the desire of the creator of Tesla to mask the folds that have lost their tone and elasticity and add masculinity to the face of this short beard under the definition of “island” does not justify. Still, sometimes nothing is better than something.
NO: comparing the frankly beardless Leonardo with the bearded one is not entirely correct ─ the actor has long been related to the goatee, and his face without vegetation immediately refers to the Titanic and the actor’s youth (remember the images from The Aviator and The Wolf of Wall Street, duplicating still the same childish face of Leo). DiCaprio is the owner of a classic baby face with a round oval and soft cheeks, and the goatee plays on his side, giving masculinity and adding charisma (and at the same time stretching his face). But a thick beard a la the prophet definitely does not suit the actor.
YES: without being sly, David Beckham is good with and without a beard. Just shaved cheeks and pomaded hair have remained in such a past (more precisely, in Europe ─ native England and Spain, where the football player played in the 90s and early 2000s), that it is indecent to compare these “before” and “after”. Today, Beckham prefers to wear thick stubble with precise length control. The effect of rough and at the same time stylish masculinity is obvious.
NO: another football legend, Argentine striker Leo Messi, on the contrary, made the wrong choice by choosing the vegetation option. Messi’s beard, although well-groomed, lengthens the already elongated face and, moreover, is dissonant in color with the natural hair color (and a couple of years ago, the Argentine was completely painted in platinum blond!). Judge for yourself, looking at the photo, can you say that the player is only 33?
YES: Thor is a clear example of how a beard can only make a man more beautiful. Courageous, charismatic, brutal, sexy – all synonyms for a bearded Australian. It is also indicative that without the traditional “Thor” beard, the fans do not even recognize the actor ─ perhaps that is why he does not shave.
NO: we also advise Ryan Gosling to give up the beard ─ it not only adds volume to the face and makes it wider, but changes it beyond recognition. Some ratings consistently recognize Gosling as the sexiest bearded actor on the planet, but honestly, with such magnificent hairiness, he looks more like a Canadian industrialist of the middle of the last century than the limit of women’s dreams.
NO: clear and categorical. Tom Hiddleston, who let go of not only his beard but also his hair (he first appeared in this appearance in October at the premiere of Thor: Ragnarok), is one of the most unfortunate hair styles of 2017. The actor is clearly not indifferent to facial hair: he could be seen with both the “wedge” and the “Van Dyke” beard ─ but it’s not easy for him to get along with her. So the last option will forgive Hiddleston so much that you want to immediately give him a checkered blanket with a pipe and put him in a rocking chair, and read English newspapers. Summary: shave and cut your hair immediately.
NO: the actor has an elongated face and, moreover, an elongated chin, which makes the typical “duck tail” even more noticeable and sharper. The beard turns Ryan into a nerd, and the glasses (look at the actor’s Instagram (banned in Russia) of an extremist organization) only make the situation worse.
NO: The bushy beard of the hermit changes the appearance of the cute boy Andy so much that he is unrecognizable. The actor himself enjoys his hairline, calling it a “cashmere blanket”, but the fans are not happy. Vegetation does not suit the actor at all, even if without it he looks indecently young.
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