Beard growth has played an important role in the history of men, as signs of manliness and wisdom, but has also been associated with artistry and wildness. Some religions, such as Islam and Judaism, invite their male followers to bear beard.
1920s androgynous fashion became beardless, a fashion that existed in the 1930s, 40s and 50s, with the exception of the thin mustache called tango discount and the artist’s beard by the author Hemingway.
Now days the beard are fashion again for young boys and caring grooming men.
Unlike the 19th century, today’s men treat their beard best with beard oil, beard wax and other products to make it look nice.