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DanoM wrote:Your mustache is intimidating. Seriously. It has turned into a handsome crown for you. Own it. Show it off.
Bearded in BC wrote:Scott,
Had a chance to look back through your thread. Congratulations on 12 weeks and an absolutely magnificent beard - great density/fullness, fantastic colour combination, nice symmetry and strong, classy moustache. I'm sure you'll have fun over the coming weeks whether you simply grow longer or tinker with trimming/styling. You are correct that trimming allows you to customize and shape your beard in many ways. To that end, I have my trimming/grooming routine in my thread (link below - post #20). Feel free to have a look if you are looking for info. I wear a tapered style myself - shorter on the sides with a longer goatee region. Lastly, and perhaps most importantly congratulations on your grandson.
Continued good luck,
PMKinFTW wrote:Looking great my friend!
Pandarocks wrote:DanoM wrote:Your mustache is intimidating. Seriously. It has turned into a handsome crown for you. Own it. Show it off. To Walrus or to Sweep? To Walrus or to Sweep? What is more intimidating? Cause that's a new vibe for me. : ) Decisions, decisions to be made in the days ahead. Best to ya, bud!
Car guy wrote:Latest pics are stellar Scott. You never know what things will work the best but for you I think it's the stache and soul patch. They really define your classy look.
It it will be interesting to see how the Michigan teams fare today in the tourney. Purdue and Butler got it done yesterday. And I'm thrilled about Wisconsin's win.
Ferns wrote:Scott. I haven't visited your thread for weeks and now that I'm here I smile. Seeing you with such a beautiful beard that suits you and your personality is a blessing.
Thank you for sharing your spirit all over this board - And congratulations with your blessings from Father Beard.
You are a true (beards)man - As fine as they come.
*Hat tip* and hails
Pandarocks wrote:I'm Seriously Happy, Gents - 12 weeks and I can see the finish line for that first goal of this first real beard of my lifetime. It's been interesting realizing what grows on this landscape these past few weeks. It'll be even more interesting to begin to understand what can be done with it in the weeks ahead.
Neck hair is interesting as it's still sweeping to the right which makes it appear uneven without grooming - I hear that length will help settle the score along with creative trimming to offer the illusion of balance. Mustache is beginning to move into place with wax and be more manageable throughout the day with constant tweaking.
Here's the serious(ly) happy photo update with no trim goal for first 13 weeks:
Cheers to all! Thanks for sharing your journeys. Scott
Pandarocks wrote:@PMKinFTW / @DanoM - What? a beard is truly a Pez dispenser filled with many flavors? : ) Styles and looks can swing from the intimidating to fun-guy with a simple twist, eh? What's a Waxed Walrus? I tried that once in North Pole and it didn't go well. Keep opening these doors filled with wonder and possibility, Gents.
DanoM wrote:Pandarocks wrote:@PMKinFTW / @DanoM - What? a beard is truly a Pez dispenser filled with many flavors? : ) Styles and looks can swing from the intimidating to fun-guy with a simple twist, eh? What's a Waxed Walrus? I tried that once in North Pole and it didn't go well. Keep opening these doors filled with wonder and possibility, Gents.There are many options when it come to wax. This link explains some options and how wax is used. http://www.mensjournal.com/expert-advice/how-to-grow-a-mustache-five-different-ways-20131104/handlebar-petit-handlebar
-So, next week. Week 13. It's a big one. Party at your house? It's been years since I've been in the Mitten.
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