BEARD FACTS

Saturday Morning Beard Fact



Beard Vocabulary The Greek word for ‘beard’ is pogon, and this is the basis of several beard-related terms: Pogonotrophy is the art of growing and cultivating beards; wearers, barbers and others who help to groom of sculpt beards may be … Continue reading

Saturday Morning Beard Fact



On 19 June 1812, the Chester Chronicle published an article on the history of ‘enormous whiskers’: The Growing taste for enormous whiskers, introduced by the renowned Baron Geramb, brings to mind the following extracts from which if appears, that this … Continue reading

Saturday Morning Beard Fact



‘My beard I had once suffered to grow till it was about a quarter of a yard long; but as I had both scissors and razors sufficient, I had cut it pretty short, except what grew on my upper lip, … Continue reading

Saturday Morning Beard Fact



‘If you teach a poor man to shave himself, and keep his razor in order, you may contribute more to the happiness of his life than in giving him a thousand guineas. This sum may soon be spent, the regret … Continue reading

Saturday Morning Beard Fact



Tsar Peter the Great noticed the fashion of going beardless during his ‘grand tour ‘of western Europe. On his return to Russia, he decided that his countrymen were looking old-fashioned and that facial hair was holding back Russia’s fortunes and … Continue reading

Saturday Morning Beard Fact



When Charles I was beheaded on 30th January 1649, the executioner and his assistant wore false beards in an attempt to hide their identities from the angry Royalists. In the late 19th century, several relics that had been kept by … Continue reading

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Beards and Bears

Beards and Bears

Oh yes please, THIS…. Bearded Bear Tee on Etsy UK This is a hand drawn screen printed design on 100% ring spun cotton t-shirt. Available in white with unisex sizes. Bearded Bear Tee on Etsy UK   Save Save Save … Continue reading

Saturday Morning Beard Fact

Beard Vocabulary The Greek word for ‘beard’ is pogon, and this is the basis of several beard-related terms: Pogonotrophy is the art of growing and cultivating beards; wearers, barbers and others who help to groom of sculpt beards may be … Continue reading

Thanks (half) a million

We’re all a slave to at least one form of social media. My guilty pleasure is Pinterest – yes, I love it and am totally addicted. I have numerous accounts and use it to gather info on absolutely everything. Today … Continue reading

Saturday Morning Beard Fact

On 19 June 1812, the Chester Chronicle published an article on the history of ‘enormous whiskers’: The Growing taste for enormous whiskers, introduced by the renowned Baron Geramb, brings to mind the following extracts from which if appears, that this … Continue reading

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