As long as the guy is well groomed and fit's his personality, I don't think it matters too much. Like the haircut has to match the facial hair though! LOL.
OMG and just like don't dye your hair blonde if your facial hair is brown. I hate it when guys do that like ewe gross! And there's nothing better than a guy that dresses the part, facial hair matches the haircut, matches the outfit no matter what. Well LMAO I guess it does matter to me a little bit more than I thought. Oh well, I'm a woman and may change my mind often if I choose.
I'd prefer no facial hair at all, though I'm learning to not be too picky. This is especially since this new guy friend whom I've been "hooking up" with [just making out] has some scruff. Unfortunately it kind of itches my chin when we kiss, though, and I'm not one to tell guys to change their appearance.
Facial hair is kool , just when a guy , has shaven his hair and it leaves a 5`o clock shadow that`s what bothers me and I don`t like kissing and feel a rough feeling on my face . It`s just like how guys don`t like unshaven legs or legs that been shave , but a day or two days afterwards , it`s rough . Well I don`t like that on a guys face , I don't know about other girls , but i`m that way
Facial hair creates and adds sex appeal. A definite must for me. But there's a limit as to how much. Having no facial hair gives the guy the very boyish young look, while perhaps a goatee gives the mysterious sexy manly look.
I used to go clean shaven, partly because I could never be happy with the goatee. I grow in weird clumps sometimes. Now I've gotten it to a point where I like the fullness (finally!).
I actually wear it for work, and I prefer a "stubbled" look on myself.
But, I'm fairly happy with my goatee (overall). I have a certain look that helps fit the "stereotype" people in my field are expected to have, so, there you go. No, I don't need it, but I think it helps. So, I'm keeping it.
girls, when you take music taste and religion into consideration, do you care what the guy does
im a metal person, so I like to have as much facial hair as possible, plus I take Judaism relatively seriously, meaning I'm never allowed to take a single blade to my face, that's why you see hasidic jews with those beards