How Long Does It Take to Grow a Beard?


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One of the most common questions men have about growing facial hair is how long it takes. This is not a simple question to answer because there are so many factors that can affect hair growth: overall health and nutrition. If you exercise, eat a healthy diet, and avoid stress, your beard will grow faster than it would if you didn't do these things.

The presence of toxins in your body. If you smoke, use drugs, or put other harmful substances in your body, it can slow the growth of your beard.

Genetics, man. We're going to talk more about this in a minute, but there's a genetic component to facial hair. Just as you can inherit a tendency towards a male pattern of baldness, your family history determines how quickly (and how thickly) your beard grows.

In general, men with thick dark hair grow a beard faster than men with thin, light hair. Blonde, red, or gray hair may take longer to look like a beard than dark hair.

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Understanding Genetic Factors


When it comes to beard growth, how important are genetic factors? This is one of those questions that is hard to answer because it can vary from man to man. If your dad has thick hair and a beard, you'll probably be able to grow a beard easily as well.

Genetics can also play a role in hair growth patterns. Some men end up with patches where the hair doesn't grow. The longer your beard gets, the easier it's going to be to cover those spots, but when you first grow a beard, it can make your facial hair look scraggly or unkempt.

Ironically, men who have a hard time growing facial hair are less likely to experience baldness later in life than men who can easily grow a beard.

If you've never had a beard before, the best way to find out how long it takes to grow one is to stop shaving and see. Every man here is different. On average, though, you can expect a full beard to grow in about two months. And many men also make the mistake of thinking that growing facial hair means that they have to do less grooming than they did when they were shaving. This isn't true. You might not spend time shaving, but it's still important to be well groomed.


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