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It got me thinking about whether or not this prevailing stereotype is true. So I scoured the internet and found numerous pictures of average Asian men sporting whiskers and found that bearded Asians aren't that rare. Anthony Thornburg has been taking the fashion world by storm, not because of the amazing clothes that he wears or the stunning locations of the shoots, it is his long hair and luxurious man beard that has garnered him the most attention. By all accounts, Anthony Thornburg has everything that you would expect in a ….
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Where are all the Asian Beardsmen?
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Strange, I know, but there was just something about having the capacity to readily sprout a dense tache that signified manhood and perhaps even freedom from the constraints that any young child faces. Being able to grow a mustache, in other words, meant being able to be an adult. Some, of course, still hold out hope, even though their beard is but a small collection of several thin hairs. I let my face fuzz live in the hopes that one day it will magically fill out. I know it would please both my girlfriend and me to have a luscious Galifianakis beard , but only time will tell. As an East Asian man, my 28 year old colleague Eddie Kim counts himself lucky to be able to grow even a modest amount of stubble. But the last time I tried to grow a proper beard, it refused to get out of the awkward stage and I gave up.
Things You Should Know About Asian Facial Hair
A Fu Manchu moustache or simply Fu Manchu , is a full, straight moustache that originates on the corners of the mouth and grows downward past the clean-shaven lips and chin in two tapered "tendrils", often extending past the jawline. The literary Fu Manchu did not wear a moustache. The famous facial hair first appeared in the British serial The Mystery of Dr. Fu Manchu ; the Fu Manchu moustache then became integral to cinematic and television stereotypical depictions of Chinese villains. The facial hair style is often used to stereotype Asian, more specifically Chinese, ethnicity.
How's that for awesome? While I can really only speak about my personal experience, it does pose an interesting question — what do other Asian guys think about beards? I wanted to find out, so I set up a survey and polled 25 of my brethren, ranging in age from Here are three key points the survey brought to light. But all hope is not lost for aspiring Asian beardsmen.