I’m 24 years old and I started to shave frequently since I was 18. As years went by my facial hair were becoming rougher. Now at 24 they are pretty rough and if I remain unshaved for 1 day,they sting if I rub my hand on my face. Which means I have to shave daily,since I dislike scruffy look.
Honestly I believe you are blessed,and I don’t see why some of you complain that you can’t grow facial hair,and you even feel jealous of people who can grow. We should be the ones who should feel jealous of you.
Do you feel unmanly that you can’t grow a beard? If you do then you are wrong. Beard doesn’t define manliness. Bears are useless actually. It’s just a leftover coming from our ancestors who needed beards to protect their skin. In modern society beards aren’t needed.
So my whole point is: Shaving is a waste of time and money.
I assume I have spent a few thousand dollars for shaving products (and healing products as well since cuts occur often,in fact almost on a daily basis.) and I need like almost a full hour for a shaving session most of times. Since I have rough facial hair I need to have many “rounds” so I can get a decent clean-shaven face.
So I consider you blessed that you don’t have to go through this on a daily basis.
And about beards being “in”. Don’t worry it’s just a fashion that will fade away sooner or later. Girls always prefer clean-shaven guys,so again you are lucky.