Should I Grow a Beard?
Why did the mustache cut off its relationship with the beard? They weren’t growing together… and the person who introduced the couple didn’t take this quiz!
This quiz helps you avoid any cosmetic tragedies. Additionally, this quiz assesses if you have the proper motivation to grow extreme facial hair and if you will reap the common benefits. We’ll ask you questions about your typical grooming techniques and about your past with beards and mustaches. We’ll then use that information to assess if a beard is the right choice for you right now.
A beard can completely change the way you look, and it also does require more work than you may think. So before you pick up that razor or start growing out your facial hair, take his quiz to see if you should go full-fuzzy face or if you should stick with smooth skin.
"Should I grow a beard?" A multitude of pros and cons turn that simple question into a cosmetic conundrum. On the positive side, beard growth supports both looking older for those with a boyish face and looking younger by revealing fewer wrinkles. The sun shines as bright as aesthetic futures after making the right facial hair decision. Beard growing can act as a free life-saving device since it blocks UV rays that pose a serious cancer threat. Also, beards apprehend allergens and airborne bacteria that can cause hay fever when reaching the mouth. Beards prevent gum disease as well. Social benefits accompany security. Beards have gained huge popularity with men all over the world. They personalize fashion statements and are often seen as a cool facial accessory.
Growing facial hair also adds costs to your maintenance routine. Maintaining a beard encourages healthy skin. Accepting that masculine mission requires creams, beard conditioner, beard oil, and possibly combs and multiple razors, if you aren't seeking ZZ Top resemblance. Ignoring these accessories and growing too long of a beard reverses general social acceptance, turning admiration into agitation for wearers and observers. Beards tend to be stubborn to remove when neglected as well.