I’ve heard that growing beard is one of the trends for men nowadays but I just can’t think of what is keeping me to grow this facial hair. I’m wondering if my wife will approve of this or what will my kids think of the new look that I am planning to work on.
I have a lot of thoughts about growing facial hair. I feel skeptical that in doing this I can improve my masculinity as way back when my wife and I were in college, she strongly disapproves about growing beards. Well, if I really want to look that appealing to others, I should look appealing to my wife first, right?
Another concern about growing facial hair is its effect on my kids. I’ve seen them scramming out the door when they saw their Uncle Tony who has a long beard as long as that of Gandalf in Lord of the Rings. Of course I don’t want them to feel the same way for me, so I’m really not growing my beard that long at all.
However, there is no way that we can stop the trend in men nowadays and there is no way that I will not have hair grown on my face even for the first and last time in my life. I have researched on various ways how to go about growing facial hair fast as well as techniques on how to properly trim your beard to make you look like your favorite Hollywood star. I know these things will help in make me improve my looks.
No matter what happens I will do my best to make my family accept my new look.
I remember my wife saying that beards look dirty and this is my chance to prove her wrong. I’ve read about beard grooming which includes tips on how to keep your beard neat and clean all the time so I’ve got all the help I need. I know that everything will turn out fine once I’ve seen the results after growing facial hair. It’s just a matter of having my family accept the new me. Hoping that my wife think of me as her handsome Hollywood star kinda’ guy and my kids’ think of me as their neat daddy.
I never knew that growing beard can be this challenging for anybody. However, I am never losing hope. I know one day I can shift my look from a clean looking office guy to a neat bearded hunk. Maybe one day, it can be something my son and I bond over!