After his three-month conservation trip in Africa, Prince Harry has made his much-anticipated return to the United Kingdom sporting a new look.
And guess what? He grew a ginger beard.
Photo via Vanityfair.com
It is said that the last time the 31-year-old Prince rocked facial hair was in December 2013. Rumor has it that Queen Elizabeth is not a fan of the untidy look, so she demanded her grandson to ditch it in the past.
But the red-headed prince isn't the only man in the world who gives justice to whiskerandoes. FHM lists six of the greatest facial hairs we've seen around the world!
Aka: Pambansang Kamao
Twitter followers: 2.52 million
Beard description: The pound-for-pound king has been involved in several controversies due to his Van Dyke-inspired beard—a combination of moustache and goatee with all hair on the cheeks shaved. A few boxing pundits have accused him of using it as a pampadulas so that his opponent would fail to hit him hard on the face.
Photo via Telegraph.co.uk
Aka: King James
Twitter followers: 23.9 million
Beard description: There's one more thing that Lebron is good at: keeping his beard clean and in style.
The Cleveland Cavaliers superstar is seen rocking the curtain beard in the photo below. He has grown a substantial amount of hair on his chin area and jaw line. He didn't leave his upper lip naked, though; he also grew some well-groomed 'stache.
Photo via Huffingtonpost.com
Aka: The man who made Apple big
Twitter followers: N/A
Beard description: Certainly, Jobs is the first person you can think of when you hear the word Apple. But probably, his image also pops on your mind when you hear the word "beard."
Before he died, we saw him rocking a mini stubble. Most men have to wait three to five days to grow stubble. But it doesn't end there: you have to regularly groom it to keep it short and not too beastly looking.
Photo via Pursuitist.com
Aka: Hugh Jackman
Twitter followers: 5.88 million
Beard description: People call his the Wolverine beard, which is actually a blend of mutton chops and a full beard. It's not easy to grow the same vine-y locks without looking like a carnivorous mammal, though, in our opinion, it's best to leave it to Hugh Jackman.
Photo via Anewbreedofdragon.com
KING LEONIDAS (300)
Aka: Gerard Butler
Twitter followers: 383,000
Beard description: You want his ripped muscles and round voice, but you also want King Leonidas's beard. You'll need to grow your facial hair for a couple of months without trimming, then get it styled once you achieve the full beard length. A barber's help is highly recommended.
Photo via Coolbeardstyles.com
BOOKER (THE EXPENDABLES 2)
Aka: Chuck Norris
Twitter followers: N/A
Beard description: We can talk about this good ol' man's beard all day. But long story short, his beard reportedly grows a perfect length and then stops by itself. Chuck also holds the Guinness World Record for the "most beard-related killings."
Photo via Youtube.com
Aka: The Beard
Twitter followers: 3.05 million
Beard description: The only thing you need to know is the fact that the Houston Rockets' star's beard has its own Twitter account, and it has more followers than you at 17,000. Currently the MVP of NBA beards. We've even asked him before about how he takes care of it.
Photo via NBA.com