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Post Reply I'd like women's input - facial hair
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Posted 7/30/16

kiraralove wrote:

Don't go gandalf lol. Make sure its always well kept and maintained. If you're doing it right you'll look super manly with it and hot
Edit: just saw your photo and I think you should trim it a bit


The after pic ? thats 1/4, i got 1/8 clip wasnt sure if be too short cause my hairs light color. But figure try it next trim.

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Posted 8/1/16

mxxlogk wrote:


kiraralove wrote:

Don't go gandalf lol. Make sure its always well kept and maintained. If you're doing it right you'll look super manly with it and hot
Edit: just saw your photo and I think you should trim it a bit


The after pic ? thats 1/4, i got 1/8 clip wasnt sure if be too short cause my hairs light color. But figure try it next trim.



yeah it looks pretty good! sorry i didn't notice the bottom after pic. i was sort of half asleep at the time
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Posted 8/1/16
I like my girlfriends beard-less.
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Posted 8/11/16
No likey beards.

Maybe get a nice handlebar mustache that you can deviously twirl.
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Posted 8/12/16
I don't find beards or stubble attractive. I don't find mustaches attractive. Generally speaking I find clean shaven guys more attractive if the only criteria is appearance.

However, since personality and other factors play into the equation of who I actually would consider dating, I would never count someone out simply because of their having a beard or mustache. I'd get to know them first at least, then decide if I wanted to date them.

Same thing goes for a guy I'm dating who decides to change his personal style. It isn't my business if he decides he wants a fuzzy face. I wouldn't stop dating him just because he grew a beard. I think telling men whether or not to shave is the same as a guy telling me to get a certain haircut or forcing me to wear my hair in a certain way. It's controlling and not appropriate.

However, in a situation where I have nothing but a first impression and appearance to determine who I'd walk up to and strike up a conversation with - I'd probably be more likely to approach someone with less fuzz on their face, or with extremely carefully groomed fuzz.
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Posted 8/12/16 , edited 8/20/16
I like a smooth face, I mean don't most men like smooth legs?
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Posted 8/14/16
Stubble. Stubbles are sexy as hell. And I guess as long as it's not grossly long and bushy, it's flipping attractive.
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Posted 8/15/16

auroraloose wrote:

The primary thing to do is keep it clean. My preference would be either clean-shaven or something fairly short - a couple centimeters at most. But make sure it's long enough that it looks like a legitimate beard. If it's too short you'll just look like some college student who's been neglecting shaving - it won't look purposeful.


I get stuck somewhere in the middle, so I guess I have no option but to look like a college student who has neglected shaving. Because of how tightly my hair curls, I'm prone to ingrowns if I shave my face smooth. Ironically, I'm also prone to ingrowns if I let it grow too long. It's a lose-lose situation so I just cut it off with bare-blade hair clippers.
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