Bearded Brother January Edition

This January we are celebrating the life of Jason Mantzoukas. Jason is an American actor that has roles in television series such as The League and was also in the movie The Dictator (Wikipedia). Recently, he played a role in the comedy The House as Frank, with other comedians Will Ferrell and Amy Poehler.

You can watch his interview with Seth Meyers as he describes how his beard got him into trouble at the airport! He definitely desires notoriety for his glorious facial hair even though it may cause him some trouble! Keep growing that beard Jason!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UTrW5HAcI7E

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Bearded Brother December Edition

This December we will acknowledge the life of Alfred Nobel. You could say his beard was dynamite. Ironically, he is actually the inventor of the explosive. He is most known for his work as a chemist, engineer, and inventor (Wikipedia.org).

Alfred Nobel, after being caught profiting from arms sales, instituted the Nobel Prize by donating his money to be allocated to people who improve society. Element 102 is also named after him which is called Nobelium (Wikipedia.org). Today, the Nobel Prize is famously known and revered as a high award given to those who work hard to help the advancement of society.  

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Bearded Brother November Edition

This November we will acknowledge the life of Paul Walker. He is most known for his acting and tragic death during a car accident. This bearded brother was skilled and starred in many successful films such as Varsity Blues, She’s All That, Eight Below, The Fast and the Furious franchise, and more TheFamousPeople.com.

Paul Walker engaged his audience. His movies were full of action and drama. He was a talented individual who filled the screen. He captured people’s attention and allowed them to escape into his world for a few moments. Like his films, his beard was just as furious.

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Bearded Brother October Edition

This October we will acknowledge the life of Ernest Rutherford. He was the father of nuclear of physics and sported a mustache that was the bomb. His work was so notable that he was awarded the Nobel Prize and knighted (Wikipedia.org).  

Rutherford’s influence in the scientific community is so powerful that there is an element named after him. It is Element 104 and it is called Rutherfordium (SoftSchools.com). While he is known for his work with radiation and atoms, his mustache still emanated a strong presence.

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Bearded Brother September Edition

This September we will acknowledge the life of Hans Steininger. Hans serves as a warning for bearded brothers with long beards. He was famously known for having the world’s longest beard in 1567. While this may seem like an accomplishment, the result was tragic. Hans may have had an impressive beard; however, he met his death when he accidentally tripped upon his beard and broke his neck.

Moral of the story: Don’t grow a beard over four feet long. If you do, you may wind up like Hans. Instead, make sure to keep your beard trimmed and styled. You can do this by using balms like those found on our products page! There you will find balms to enhance or tame your facial hair while nourishing your skin. Check out our links to Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter for fun tips, photos, and videos! Feel free to comment or share this post with upcoming ones in the future!

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Bearded Brother August Edition

This August we will acknowledge the life of Robin Williams. Robin Williams brought joy to the world through his comedy and films. He is known for movies such as Aladdin, Night at the Museum, Jumanji, The Dead Poets Society, and many more (Biography.com).

Throughout his career, he tried to make people laugh. Though he struggled to find his own laughter, he succeeded in filling the hearts of millions with happiness. His films were humorous and classically done, allowing people of all ages to enjoy them. To watch a tribute to his life and work, visit Youtube.com. Robin Williams will forever be greatly missed and appreciated by those who remember him as an actor and a bearded brother.

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Bearded Brother June Edition

This June we will acknowledge the life of Chris Cornell. The singer is most famously known for his bands Soundgarden and Audioslave (http://www.chriscornell.com/bio/). He had an amazingly unique and recognizable voice. The music world, especially grunge and 90’s rock fans, mourn his loss. Along with his distinctive voice, he also had a noticeable beard.

Cornell occasionally rocked facial hair as much as he rocked the stage. With hits such as “Black Hole Sun” or “The Day I Tried to Live,” Cornell will be forever immortalized through his music.

Cornell was an amazing artist and influenced the rock community immensely. His voice and lyrical abilities will always be remembered. Rest in Peace Cornell. Forever a Musician. Forever a Bearded Brother.

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Bearded Brother July Edition

This July we acknowledge the life of Ernest Hemingway. Though his life ended in tragedy, he made a mark upon the world with his famous writings. His influence from his texts such as In Our Time and The Sun Also Rises can be read today and explored by readers looking for an understanding of modern literature.

Hemingway’s novels consisted of themes of war, love, and violence. Here is an excerpt from an essay titled “Love and Failure.”

The Sun Also Rises, by Ernest Hemingway, involves the unrequited romance of Jake Barnes and Brett Ashley. These characters, that claim to love each other, are prevented from being together due to physical problems and an inability to recognize potential happiness. Though they appear to love each other, Brett refuses to be with Jake and instead pursues multiple, unfulfilling relationships. Brett suggests at the end of the novel that they could have been good together. Jake replies, “Isn’t it pretty to think so?” (Hemingway 251). By the end of the novel their relationship is unresolved.

If Hemingway were still alive today, he could be pictured stroking his beard while pondering his next successful novel. If you’re a bearded brother, visit some of our products on our site and be sure to comment and share this post along with upcoming ones in the future! 

 

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