Are you bored with the pandemic lockdown and want to try something new and exciting? This monkey tail beard style has recently taken the internet by storm and all that you need to give you a unique look for your next fashion experiment.
Crazy New Facial Trend Of 'Monkey Tail Beard' Takes Internet By Storm
There are some fashion trends that more than anything else leave you confused as to how to respond to them. This crazy fashion trend of monkey trail beard is perhaps the latest to take the internet by storm and after closely looking at the pictures one can only ask a question of why on earth would someone want a cut like this?
This bizarre beard style is just what the name suggests. It is shaped to look rather like a monkey’s tail curling around the wearer’s face. It starts as a sideburn, curving under the chin and then around the lip, finishing with a mustache.
Well in their defense, the lockdown has been pretty boring so far. With limited options of socializing and going out and staring oneself's face every day in the Zoom calls, this beard fashion seems like a fun idea to shake things up.
Most importantly, now that most of the people are working from homes now can be the time to experiment a bit with something more exciting. What is worst? You will get judged for your look by your family or your pets. Then look at the bright side of the picture as you can always grow your beard back.
Though it is very much a 2021 facial trend, this style can be traced back to September 2019, when MLB baseball player Mike Fiers decided to trim his beard in such a way that he knew would surprise and amuse his teammates.
I need all of my non-baseball fan followers to look at mike fiers' monkey tail beard. thank you. pic.twitter.com/0o3lcH7bjz— Hobotron (@Hobotron2000) September 15, 2019
Speaking at the time, Fiers explained:
They dared me to do it. They didn’t think I’d go out there and pitch with it. I didn’t care.
The next civil war will be waged over people liking that terrible monkey tail beard— Prick Offerman (@ChabbyD) January 15, 2021
One person has tweeted:
This is not happening. I am de-manifesting this right now. Absolutely not.
Monkey tail beards’ make me violently uncomfortable.
Controversial opinion: I enjoy the monkey tail beard trend, appreciate manbuns, and think men should, in general, be encouraged to be more playful and expressive, in whatever ways bring them joy.— Chia Evers (@ChiaLynn) January 17, 2021