This time of year, it seems as if all sportswriters are writing stories about silly preseason projections or rankings, attempts at comparing teams or players to characters from TV shows or all kinds of other poor attempts at humor. This is not one of those stories. Such an endeavor became clearly necessary when, at SEC Media Days last week, none of the players could agree whose facial hair was best. This is science, breaking down and reviewing the facial hair of each Mississippi State football player who has any, using the new headshots recently posted on HailState. In science, of course, we categorize and associate our discoveries in easily identifiable groups, so we will do the same here, assigning each beard to either the high, middle or low phylum. And again, with science in mind, we recognize that each beard is a variable. Therefore, we need a constant, a perfectly hairless football player face.
Notes on 'The Gaze'
Hair Science: Categorizing and explaining every Bulldog beard | HailStateBEAT
Facial hair is hair grown on the face , usually on the chin, cheeks, and upper lip region. It is typically a secondary sex characteristic of human males. Men typically start developing facial hair in the later years of puberty or adolescence , between seventeen and twenty years of age, and most do not finish developing a full adult beard until their early twenties or later. Women are also capable of developing facial hair, especially after menopause , though typically significantly less than men. Men may style their facial hair into beards , moustaches , goatees or sideburns ; many others completely shave their facial hair and this is referred to as being "clean-shaven".
Get the latest version this tutorial written with v0. Do you hate it when you find the right eyebrow but in the wrong color? Then this tutorial is going to make your life easier. Don't worry - it won't get too technical. While categorizing your stubbles is simple, you still only want to categorize the ones you're actually going to use.