Topics: I have like a half goatee. No mustache. Just the middle and bottom half. But the beard is really tough. How?

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I think the only advice I can say is to either try a dating site, and yes, they work (my mom and stepdad are proof), or try to appear more your age. Maybe grow a beard, or at least light stubble (think 5 o clock shadow) to give you an older appearance, and watch some movies to see how the womanizer guy (think Ryan Gosling circa Crazy Stupid Love) dresses and acts. Other than that, all you can do is try to network with people your age, sorry. Best of luck, hope this is helpful to you.;_ylt=AicEuwQxgeZLf3vZJYVKU03sy6IX;_ylv=3?qid=20130415123226AAjUdM9 Email me if you have any questions you d like me to address in a video and I ll email you a link if I can help.

George Clooney, Bradley Cooper, Ben Affleck and that John Lewis model all have one thing in common: a brilliant, bang-on-trend beard.

Facial fuzz has become the must-have accessory for stylish men about town, from grey-flecked designer stubble on the Central Line to fearsome facial furniture being displayed at your local pub.

And now the women of Britain can't seem to get enough as news of photo project 100 Beards 100 Days spreads like wildfire through social media.

Why not phone first? At least, that way, you`ll know if there`s a woman`s voice attached.

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