As far as beards/moustaches - I think they are far more interesting (Vigo Mortenson's beard, Burt Reynolds/Tom Selleck taches ftw!) although likewise some guys need to accept that they are not yet cabable of growing one yet - hence the # of neckbearded/bumfluff faced teens trying to look manly when they just look like they glued their pubes to their chin/neck.
Personally I go through phases of stubbled/beard and then give up and stay shaven because I am too impatient to get through the beard filling-out period.
p.s. For girls - does it not hurt your face when you kiss a stubbled man? a lot of girls seem to like the look but surely not the feeling?
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When I was younger, I used to be quite anti-facial hair. I didn't find it attractive.
At some point, my partner decided he wanted to grow a beard/mustache. At first, I was a bit resistant to it---I didn't want him to grow facial hair, but my feelings on the matter are that it's his body, so it's his decision. It took a bit to get used to, but it ended up looking really good on him and now I actually prefer him with facial hair. I think it's sexy and it makes him look more mature (he has a pretty young looking face, but he's 27), plus I like to touch it. It doesn't hurt when he kisses me, but sometimes his mustache tickles me.
Since my partner grew his beard (and maybe it's also due to the fact that I'm older now, so I'm finding a more mature look sexier than a young look), it's opened my eyes to the beauty of facial hair. Now I find that I do like facial hair on guys. However, not all guys look good with facial hair, and different styles of facial hair look good on different guys.
Also to mention, my partner keeps his facial hair very neat and tidy by grooming and trimming it regularly, and that can make the difference between nice facial hair and looking like you're just too lazy to shave.
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