Sharp Dressed Man Beard
- Long beard
- Made of synthetic fibers
- Brown and white hairs form long beard and mustache
- Fit with elastic band
Fashion means a lot of different things to different people. In the 1950s, poodle skirts and high collars were all the rage. In the 1970s, leisure suits and plaid dominated the disco scene. They were swept away by giant perms and shoulder pads in the 1980s, which were in turn vanquished by belly shirts and all-over denim in the 1990s.
Now, if you want to be a well dressed man, there’s a whole new set of rules—and funny enough, some of them have nothing to do with clothing. Now, it’s all about the accessories. And no accessory is more important than your hair—especially your facial hair. Whether you want the perfectly coiffed “metro-sexual” look or the wild and rugged “lumber-sexual” vibe, facial hair is essential. But it’s also timely. It can take years to grow out a beard long enough to impress people, and by then, the fashion trend could very well be over.
Don’t worry—we’ve got you covered with the Well Dressed Man Long Beard. The beard is made of synthetic fibers and includes a pleasing mix of brown and white hairs that form both a mustache and a beard. It snugly fits any face thanks to its elastic band. Just put on our Well Dressed Man Long Beard, and you’ll be on top of the “well dressed” list in no time.
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- Not as pictured.By Anonymous | September 7, 2020The picture used to portray the beard shows hair extending along straps to ears. Actual product hair extends about halfway to right ear and barely past the lips on left, leaving straps apparent. Also, there is no open mouth, just a slit. If you can deal with these discrepancies, better have a small head. Straps provide a very tight fit that is uncomfortable after wearing just a few minutes. A disappointment.Was this review helpful to you?