Beards trend in the COVID era


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According to a new survey from leading men's grooming brand, Wahl, 40% of men aged 18 to 64 grew facial hair since the COVID-19 pandemic began.


Forty-six-percent of men in the survey stated the top reason for growing or changing their facial hair was experimentation. More than half of men who grew a beard since the pandemic hit said they plan to keep it.


And adding a face full of fur isn't the only thing these guys have been up to, as more than one-third (35%) of men also learned a new skill or talent.


The methodology of this research involved an online survey conducted within the United States by SurveyMonkey on behalf of Wahl Clipper Corporation from 21 to 23 September. Survey results are based on responses from 1,004 men in the above-mentioned age group.

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