Less Than Half Of Men Grew Beards During Pandemic Lockdown, Study Finds


A new report released by men’s grooming company Whal found that only 40% of men across North America opted to grow out their beards over the last 6 months of quarantine.


The company surveyed men from ages 18-64, and found that less than half, though still a significant amount, of the male population used their time in lockdown to grow facial hair.


The numbers could be higher had it been winter; in the summer months, it is less common for men to grow a beard.


The survey also found that over 35% of men took the time to learn a new skill over the last 6 months.


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