Quarterettes on Beards: Meggan

25 from sunny St Ives, Cornwall and I work for Shoreline Tattoo as a PA. Avid book reader, tattoo wearer and plane enthusiast. Have a read then share the love @megganveal

25 from sunny St Ives, Cornwall and I work for Shoreline Tattoo as a PA. Avid book reader, tattoo wearer and plane enthusiast.

Have a read then share the love @megganveal

GQtr: You love a beard because....?

Megg: I'm very fortunate to know a wide spectrum of bearded gents. All of whom are wonderful, kind human beings. The diversity of styles and humans that wear beards keep the look fresh and exciting.

GQtr: Is there any down side to bearded awesomeness....?

Megg: The only downside that would affect me personally would be poor cleanliness. Gentlemen, when trimming, combing, oiling your facial hair in the bathroom be sure to wash away those stray hairs or feel the wrath of your woman. I also imagine drinking cappuccinos is a nightmare for you chaps.

GQtr: Beard combs are a valuable tool, yay or nay....?

Megg: Beard combs can be incredibly handy, but not essential. If you're a fan of the rough and rugged look then by all means, carry on you combless wonders.

GQtr: Men can spend up to £20 on a decent beard oil.  Is this ok....? 

Apothecary 87 Small Original Recipe Beard Oil (10ml) - £10

Apothecary 87 Small Original Recipe Beard Oil (10ml) - £10

Megg: I think it depends if you find £20's worth of value in that particular product. If the scent, feel and overall finish leaves you feeling more confident and ready for life's never ending curveballs, I can stand behind that.

 

 

GQtr: Would you be comfortable telling him if he needed to remove some left over dinner from his face forest....? 

Megg: There would zero hesitation. In fact I'd probably invade your personal space to remove said straggler from the forest. I've got your back/beard.

GQtr: Is there a point in which the beard becomes too long?  Is wizard level acceptable?

Megg: No! If you want to be a biker-wizard with a beard down to your ankles you go, you bearded butterfly! We all express ourselves in our wonderfully weird ways.

GQtr: Who's your bearded celebrity idol....? 

Megg: My bearded celebrity idol has to be Sir Ian McKellen. The man is just incredible and with the added beardy bonus his face exudes wisdom and friendliness.

GQtr: How important is regular beard grooming....? 

Megg: So important, even if it's the bare minimum wash and go. Everybody has their own standard of hygiene and if you're a beardy fella this should be part of the commitment.

GQtr: A world without beards would be.......

Megg: Not worth thinking about, now my minds eye is seeing a beardless Gandalf, Dumbledore and Father Christmas. Hope you're pleased with yourself.