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Do you like beards, goatees or mustaches? Why or why not?


It depends entirely on the guy.

Mustaches are a clear no, unless they come accompanied by a full beard.

But really, there are some men who look far more attractive with a beard than without, because it softens their chin, makes it less angled or hides certain imperfections.

On others it accentuates attractive traits.

I mean, some guys just don't look right without a beard.

Other guys though, are way more attractive without beards, or should have at most a stubble.

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just_ruth From: just_ruth Date: October 19th, 2011 12:18 am (UTC) (Link)
Well, *points to icon* I tend to favor a mustache myself. Jack tried to grow a beard once, but it came out more gray than either his mustache or his hair. So much for that!

I tend to prefer either clean shaven or a beard - scruffy, scrubby stubble makes me cranky. It just makes a man looked unkept.
jya_bd_cp_ttgb From: jya_bd_cp_ttgb Date: October 19th, 2011 02:03 pm (UTC) (Link)
Depends on the guy. Sean Connery is better with a beard and mustache, Tom Selleck's mustache makes the man, and Grissom on CSI didn't flip my switch until he got furryfaced.

Joe Flanigan I can take either way, Jason Momoa can shave or go shaggy if he pleases, but I can't stand Jensen Ackles, Jared Padalecki or Ben Browder with more than scruff, and I cry if Mark Harmon's makeup shadows his chin, let alone stubble.
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