turn your facial scruff into a festive tree with beard baubles turn your facial scruff into a festive tree with beard baubles
dec 25, 2014

turn your facial scruff into a festive tree with beard baubles

turn your facial scruff into a festive tree with beard baubles
all images courtesy of beard season

 

 

 

this year, the beard trend boomed. we saw everything from a graphic designer who shaved a typeface into his mustache, to a campaign which compared furry animals to facial scruff and revealed the winners of this year’s world beard and moustache championships.

 

in time for the holiday season are beard baubles, a simple way to dress up your face like a festive tree. a pack of miniature, globe-shaped ornaments are included in each kit, varied in color and size. hair pins secure the shiny hanging objects to a lengthly beard, turning burly locks into the ultimate holiday accessory. 

turn your facial scruff into a festive tree with beard baubles
ornaments of varied shape and size are simply secured to the beard 

turn your facial scruff into a festive tree with beard baubles
the baubles turn your facial scruff into the ultimate holiday accessory 

turn your facial scruff into a festive tree with beard baubles
the tiny bauble ready for clipping

turn your facial scruff into a festive tree with beard baubles
the packaged ornaments with attached hair clips

 

 


how to make beard baubles
video courtesy of BEARD BAUBLES™
  • What a stupid trend… Like the new “lumbersexual” crap. Before if you used a beard, you were either filthy or a communist. If you didn´t wear nice clothing and had a clean shaved look and even shave your chest, people would give you the looks. Now it´s “trendy”, having a beard. Jesus… It was always awesome to see a men with a proper beard, only now they realize it??? Bah…

    And now this crap, frankly if I saw one of my friends with this on their beard, I would slap them all off their faces. A beard is a beard, no need to put trendy crap in it.

    what? says:
  • horrible

    Alejandro says:
  • This made me smile! Thanks!

    Ron Smith says:

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