What should you do with your hard-earned mustache or beard, now that Movember is long over? We say keep it. Because now and more than ever, there are tons of terrific products to keep your facial hair well-groomed and handsome for months to come — especially this winter. Here, we share 8 of our favorites.
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?
Movember and No Shave November are taking social media by storm with over 12 million #beards and over 3 million #mustaches on Instagram. Beards range from a trendy just-beyond-5-o’clock-shadow length to full blown Gandalf the Great, and mustache volume is turned up to the max. We admit we weren’t able to troll all 15 million facial hair photos, but we think these 25 are still among the best. Click through to see our favorites!
The Movember initiative helps to raise awareness for men’s health issues. (Photo: Travis Rathbone/Trunk Archive) “Look at my face. Notice anything different? No, these are not new glasses.
Whether you are in it to raise awareness for prostate cancer or just like the opportunity to grow a really impressive mustache, it’s a great time to experiment with facial hair — but it’s not always easy. Growing facial hair can be a challenge. Diet also has an impact on hair growth, so consider upping your intake of protein, vitamin A, B, C, and E to help speed up hair growth. Once a week exfoliation is a good habit to get into regardless of whether you are trying to grow your facial hair, but it certainly helps if you are looking to grow a nice beard.
If you've been trying to focus on the plot of Mad Men but found yourself distracted by Roger Sterling’s resplendent mustache, you are not alone.