When it comes to your facial hair, you probably ride on either extreme: You cater your scruff to what a girl wants; or, you don't care what women think and grow whatever the hell you want.Well, if you're single, the state of your facial hair can attract flings or long-term relationships, depending on how you style it, according to new research.Kat Kissick has preferred bearded men for as long as she can remember. “And if I end up making out with someone with a beard, that’s OK too.”Kissick is far from alone in her predilection for scruffy gentlemen; she’s one of 60,000 people around the world, from Iceland to Iraq, who have signed up for Bristlr since its launch last October.
And, apparently, these are three things in life that total strangers think it's OK to coo over and pet without first greeting the person to which they belong.
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One day last fall, Kershaw was thinking about how he could contribute to the growing “on-demand” economy of Uber, Airbnb and online dating.
The tagline came first: “Connecting those with beards to those who want to stroke beards.” Kershaw says he was mostly joking when he posted a signup page on Facebook for the service, then yet to be developed.