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A '''beard''' is the term for human facial [[hair]] covering part of the lower [[face]], particular chin, throat and lower cheeks.
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A '''beard''' is the term for human facial [[hair]] covering part of the lower [[face]], particularly the chin, throat and lower cheeks.
  
Hair grows naturally on the human face; a beard is a [[secondary sex characteristic]] in mature males.  Whether or not the hair is allowed to remain or is shaved off is subject to culture, fashion, and sometimes religion.  Hair growing on the chin of women is considered undesireable and, in most cultures, is [[hair removal|removed]].
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Hair grows naturally on the human face; a beard is a [[secondary sex characteristic]] in mature males.  Whether or not the hair is allowed to remain or is shaved off is subject to culture, fashion, and sometimes religion.  Hair growing on the chin of women is considered undesirable and, in most cultures, is [[hair removal|removed]].
  
 
==Styles of beard==
 
==Styles of beard==
* full face
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*Full face
*goatee
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*Goatee
 
*Miami Vice
 
*Miami Vice
 
*Van Dyck
 
*Van Dyck

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A beard is the term for human facial hair covering part of the lower face, particularly the chin, throat and lower cheeks.

Hair grows naturally on the human face; a beard is a secondary sex characteristic in mature males. Whether or not the hair is allowed to remain or is shaved off is subject to culture, fashion, and sometimes religion. Hair growing on the chin of women is considered undesirable and, in most cultures, is removed.

Styles of beard

  • Full face
  • Goatee
  • Miami Vice
  • Van Dyck