Monday, April 6, 2009

Facial Features

In the spirit of change, the spirit of spring I decided to shed my winter beard, as sparse as it was, and opt for some new facial features.  Given my limited facial hair growing abilities I went with this charming little configuration:


I can't say I'm crazy about the look.  I have to say I pictured it looking a little more appealing.  Perhaps more conquistador and less barrio.  So given my indifference and curiosity regarding the matter I have decided to open the question up to my dozen or so blogologists: What should I do with my face?


Beyond the pure aesthetics of the issue, lets take a look into the practicality of said topic.  The beard is the easiest configuration to maintain.  It require absolutely no maintenance for about 2 months and then only a trim about once a week after that.  Shaving everyday for the hairless looks is kind of a pain in the ass, but I suppose millions of men do it everyday, so i'll limit my complaining.  Furthermore, the hairless look would be a change from the last 3.5 months, so there's that to consider as well.  The mustache is probably about the same amount of work as shaving everyday, but there is the added benefit of looking like a total creep, which is appealing on some level.  Finally, there is the status quo option, the above look.  I don't know, like I said, i'm a little skeptical... I'm not too sure I can take it seriously or how much I really like it, so please weigh in.  Please cast your vote in the upper right hand corner of the blog and leave comments to convey the conviction of your votes.




R.I.P

3 comments:

Fringe Vintage said...

I'm going to have to think about it and vote later.

Danny503 said...

Excellent. I'll look forward to your judicious response.

John said...

I don't know about facial hair. I think I'm against it in all forms, especially for such a handsome man as yourself Danny. There have to be exceptions. I do like the Orlando Bloom piece in the first picture I guess. Who the fuck knows dude, you're trying to cope with Asian culture. That's really flipped.

I have come to a conclusion about twitter though: fuck twitter.