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Thursday, October 20th, 2011, 12:00 am

Beard Experiment

EXPERIMENTING with beards is something I rarely ever did. Only once in my adult life did I stay unshaven for longer than a fortnight as it just tends to get itchy after a while. I cannot even grow a good beard because I don’t have enough facial hair. But anyway, after some claims that I was being too conformist I decided to try something different for a change. I’m not sure if I like it. It just doesn’t quite feel like me. Here are photos that I took some minutes ago.

Roy Schestowitz with beard

One Response to “Beard Experiment”

  1. Harvey Tobkes Says:

    It looks just great, and it definitely adds to your persona.

    All the Hollywood leading men are sporting facial hair these days so why not try it.

    I imagine your female fans will heartily approve.

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