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Facial hair women LOVE
Facial hair women LOVE

What facial hair turns women on the most?

It’s (almost) ALL or nothing, guys!

From Jezebel comes a new Australian study , it doesn’t matter to women whether a guy is clean-shaven or has a full beard…both score high on the “hotness” scale. 

The researchers asked people to rate four different types of facial hair:  Clean-shaven, full beard, light stubble (five days without shaving) and heavy stubble (10 days without shaving). 

Seems men reach their peak level of attractiveness when they have HEAVY stubble!

Clean-shaven and full beard were next…bringing up the rear was LIGHT stubble, because it’s often too patchy and uneven. 

Both men and women also scored guys with full beards highest for masculinity, parenting ability, and health.  Men also thought that full beards looked best in general, followed by heavy stubble. 

So guys…when you want to look your best, don’t shave for ten days. 

DONE!

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