With beards like this, it’s no wonder the Union won. Civil war beards served the soldiers well, they allowed them to blend in well with both Grizzly and Black bears often allowing them to save on rations by foraging and swatting fish out of rivers alongside these ursine forest dwellers.
Those are some fine lines. You just have to respect the detail work. Pretty soon gym junkies everywhere will be getting these, points if you can find a way to do the barbed wire.
Another yarn constructed beard. For some reason, this one reminds me of the Joaquin.
This is what happens when the fashion and beard worlds collide. Cocaine is a helluva drug.
Kiss Me I’m Irish
A truly Irish beard, pink hearts, yellow moons, orange stars, blue diamonds, and purple horseshoes decide not to show up, but at least we get some green clovers.
Not just for hotrods anymore, Flames make an appearance on this well-manicured face. A good beard trimmer can make miracles sometimes.
Worlds longest Beard
This is apparently the worlds longest beard at 1.895 M long. It’s currently worn by Bhai Sarwan Singh, the head priest of Surrey’s (Suburb of Vancouver, Canada) Guru Nanak Sikh temple.
The Epic Beard!
This thing is truly huge. It looks like a wombat is eating his face. Truly EPIC!
The Amish Programmer
But seriously the mustache part really itched.
The Classic Joaquin
As he casts his gaze upon you he’ll grow your beard … WITH HIS MIND!!
The Space Helmet
With steady hands and stoic resolve, we went to the moon…. And this guy cut himself a crazy beard.
Epic Bead Man
Not an Amberlamp in sight.
A great example of the Halfsie. For when you absolutely positively have to demonstrate to people how your beard prevents you from looking like a child or rapist.
The Muppet Beard
This style is popular among frat boys, Motorcycle enthusiasts and borderline retarded puppets who play the drums.
Here we have 3 looks on Philip Seymour Hoffman ( one of my favorite actors). From left to right we have Fashionable stubble, “The Novelist” and “Homeless Guy”.
The Lacrosse Stick
Frank figured he’d save on throat guards with this ingenious beard. Does it work? I don’t know but Frank seems pretty proud of himself.
The Classic Wizard