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Beard or no beard? Are beards attractive?


MrSillyDaddy
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Are beards attractive?   

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  1. 1. Are beards attractive to you?

    • Yes (beards are attractive to me)
    • No (beards are not attractive to me)


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I am currently growing a beard foreard the first time ever because I look more like a little than a daddy even though I am a daddy

 

My question is are beards attractive or not and why?

 

Discuss below and let's find a majority answer

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For me it really depends on the person. I find some men look really good with beards and others I find don't look as attractive with a beard. For me it also depends on how it is groomed.

 

All that to say I can't answer the poll as my answer really is, it depends on the person.

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I personally don’t mind if it is something groomed and taken care of! It can be one of those things that it can make you attractive when done the right ways! I have seen some people attempt to grow a beard but the shape or style doesn’t fit their face structure or in some cases their hairline! Beards can be cool on anyone when you style it and groom it to fit you! As long as if looks fresh and clean then I say go for it!
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I don't mind a beard on certain people.

 

With my Daddy, however, I don't like him with a beard. He also doesn't like himself with a beard so it's kinda a win-win for us. 

 

But I think it's good to do what you want and do what makes you happy!

 

 

 

 

Junebug x.

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So I agree with the majority here that it honestly depends on the person! I like beards, and I have no issue against them. But for me personally, I’m not attracted to them I guess? So I voted no for this.. however that doesn’t mean I would never be with someone simply because they have a beard, if that makes sense?

 

It all comes down to comfortability. If my future partner likes to have a beard and it’s well-groomed, or if they want to be clean shaven, good for them ♡ Whatever makes you happy!

 

I hope this makes sense a bit >.<

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My Facial hair is a lethal weapon, it never gets soft. I hurts to sleep on and I almost can feel it pulling My face different directions as it grows. I shave every two days, and I have to cut / fade the sides of My hair twice a week as well as clip My nails. Almost 50 and I'm still a testosterones machine. Then I avoid foods that ruin the sex drive like the plague so I am sure that helps. 

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​I like a well maintained Burley Beard. ZZ Top style. But it's got to be soft and smells good. My Daddy is growing one now. And I really like it.

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both. they are attractive but they aren't (this is my opinion) but if a beard is extremely long and unkept its just not attractive. Keep it clean and manageable or just some scruff then sure. But like the guys from duck dynasty, yeah no thanks. 

 

Also some guys don't pull the beard off and look better clean shaved while others don't look as good without it. 

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For me it really depends on the person. I find some men look really good with beards and others I find don't look as attractive with a beard. For me it also depends on how it is groomed.

 

All that to say I can't answer the poll as my answer really is, it depends on the person.

 

I agree!

 

That being said, it does not matter what your physical apperance is, it is what is in your core being.  If you feel better, more confident, looking more mature than do so but don't change your appearance to please the perception of others.  There is a little/sub out there that is your perfect match and your looks will be attractive to them because of who you are at your core.    Besides you'll be that daddy that is 80 and looks in his 60's!

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Super duper pro tip: ask your favorite barber/hairdresser. Ask them what they think compliments your face. They've got an eye for this stuff for obvious reasons.
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I'd say more often than not I prefer shaven, but it really depends on the person. Some guys are super attractive with a beard, especially if they keep it well maintained!

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Guest Zyphurex

What’s the point in seeking out the general consensus on such a subjective topic?


 


It’s akin to asking, “is blonde hair attractive?”


 


Perhaps you’re just curious. However, if you’re weighing the opinions of others as to whether or not you grow a beard, definitely don’t do that. Want a beard, grow a beard. Don’t want one, don’t grow one.  What others' find attractive is meaningless.


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What’s the point in seeking out the general consensus on such a subjective topic?

 

It’s akin to asking, “is blonde hair attractive?”

 

Perhaps you’re just curious. However, if you’re weighing the opinions of others as to whether or not you grow a beard, definitely don’t do that. Want a beard, grow a beard. Don’t want one, don’t grow one.  What others' find attractive is meaningless.

 

Your absolute right!  But just sometimes it's just for fun too. 

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I like facial hair.  I love the way it feels on my skin, especially when it's more of the shadow and the bristley-aspect leaves my skin tinged red/pink. It can tickle, too, and that can always be fun with your little.

It's completely subjective though, as I agree with other's comments; you being comfortable and feeling sexy comes out organically when you are 'you'.  I hear what you're saying, too.  If you look like a "Jr." and you're a Dom, a beard might help you look more like how you feel (?).  Did that make sense?

Good luck growing it out!

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