It’s November and you know what that means: lots of dudes won’t be shaving. That’s right, it’s No-Shave November! This is more than an excuse for guys to grow bad beards and wispy mustaches. The heart behind the movement is that you would donate your monthly hair-maintenance expenses to organizations that help prevent, fight, and researching cures for cancer. We are all for it and are here to inspire you to get involved, so we collected the best beards in country music. No one says your beard has to be patchy, and who knows, it may just be legendary.
Country stars sport every kind of beard from the two-day scruff to the Civil War General. No matter how long your beard is, you can always make it look good.
Blake Shelton’s two-day shadow
Brad Paisley also sports the scruffy look, but trims it into a goatee
No-Shave allows trimming, especially if your work has a dress code.
Chris Young and Brett Eldredge rock the short and clean look.
They probably just run a 3-guard over it every now and then.
This may be as far as you can make it in one month, but why stop? It’s cold out and that beard is God’s gift to keep your face warm. Besides, long beards can look good too.
Ruston Kelly, Eric Paslay and Dierks Bentley prove you don’t have to look like a mountain man to have a longer beard.
and who knows, your lady just might get attatched to it.
Sam Hunt’s wife won’t let him shave now that she’s seen his beard.
Or maybe the Duck Dynasty look is your thing. That’s fine to.
Do your own thing, man.
If you do choose to ditch the razor this month, consider fundraising or supporting No-Shave November and their mission to educate about cancer prevention, save lives, and aid those fighting the battle.