Beard Mentor: The Best Job A Bro Could Ask For

Beard Mentor: The Best Job A Bro Could Ask For

Recently, The Boyfriend (Editor's Note: This article is written by a girl) showed me "Best of Craigslist". Aside from being mostly gross and disgusting, there are a few really awesome things. Among the gems like "Lionel Ritchie cream cheese look-alike sculptures" and ads for "Ghosts Surfing the Web," was this little gem from Chicago's Craigslist in 2010.

Looking for a Beard Mentor

I've had a moustache and beard off and on over the years, and I've tried styling it in the past but I just can't seem to get it to the next level. I'm looking for some srs protips with this, as well as possibly some styling services by someone with skilled hands. Please submit to me your beard/moustache resume. Also if you have pictures of you achievements that would be greatly appreciated.

I'm currently having trouble with getting my handlebar working correctly as well as keeping the sideburns even.

This is 'srs bsns' (serious business) as I've been informed I need to style it up, shave it off, or loose my job. (I work in adult daycare.)

Now I realize this ad is a few years old, but if you're still out there and lost in fuzzy face land our beard-befuddled Chicago friend, feel free to email us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. and we'll be happy to hook you up with some serious beard experts. In the meantime, here are some suggestions of awesome beard styles to get you by. Click on the picture for the full size version and the descriptions of each.

The George Clooney is always good if you want to pick up the ladies.    Nothing says "look at my chin and how angry I am" like The Bill Cowher    If you hate your neighbors, this one might convince them to move at least 500 yards away from you.    If you're Kristin's Schnauzer, this is your beard.    And finally if (and only if) you're Brett Keisel, you can do this.

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Written By Kristin


Kristin is a law school graduate, former college swimmer, and in a past job, worked on the launch of KFC's Double Down. You're welcome, America.