We love to admire men who have full luxurious facial hair. Beards can transform men from not hot to super hot overnight, gone are the days when beards were only for older men, today, more and more metrosexual men rock the full beard look and we love it.
Let's take a look at some of our favourite beards in South Africa. Be warned, they also just happen to be attached to good-looking men.
The rapper's beard is one of the best in the game.
We love the actor's salt and pepper look.
Cassper's glow up is the one.
Fezile became a certified hottie when he grew his beard and started going to the gym.
Not only is he a hottie, he cares about social issues, after playing an abusive character on The Queen, the star took to Instagram to urge men to do better:
"Honestly, as a man, I'm guilty of not taking abuse more seriously. Playing Tebogo has opened up my eyes to its harsh realities. It's easy for us as actors to go back to our real lives after the director has called cut. For some people, the scene continues. Everyday, a Tebogo beats and possibly kills a Kea. I've read so many stories of women who relive their daily nightmares as they watch this abuse storyline unfold. It’s heartbreaking! I may not have the solutions to curb this issue, but all I know is that ENOUGH is ENOUGH! It's time for us men to stand up and protect our women! The reason why there are so many social ills in society is because real men say and do nothing, while monsters under the cloak of "Ngiyindoda" run riot and cause generational destruction. Fellas, let’s do right by our sisters! I say NO MORE! I say NO to women and child abuse! STOP abuse!" he wrote on Instagram.
Malume bae looks really good with a beard.
There you go ladies, which bearded hunk is your favourite?
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