You Can Now Buy Ornaments For Your Beard
What will they think of next?!
Know a guy whose beard has gotten fa-la-la-la-long after “No-Shave November”? Great, then it’s time to help him really showcase that chin mane with some festive beard ornaments.
Yes, you read that correctly, beard ornaments are actually a thing in 2017 (what a time to be alive!), and they make for the perfect gag gift if you’ve got a bearded man in your life. (If you don’t, but you wish you did, let us point you to Bristlr, a dating app that connects guys with beards with women who like guys with beards).
Just look at this beard-o right here! (But, be honest, would you meet him under the mistletoe?)
Or you can wow a crowd by bringing these beard baubles to a white elephant gift exchange. Because let’s be honest, ugly Christmas sweaters have become so mainstream you can find them them mixing and mingling with regular clothes at Target, and we’ve been craving something new and tacky for the holiday season.
Beardaments, a beard ornament maker, advertises the accessories on its website, saying this: “Containing a dozen of our bestselling Beardaments, our beard decorating kit will have you ready to spread some festive cheer and holiday happiness as you channel your inner Old Saint Nick with a modern twist.”
Beadaments’ 12-piece set sells for $12. The ornaments clip into beards, and you can add some hairspray to reinforce them so they don’t, you know, drop into the eggnog.
But, wait—there’s more. The company also sells glitter for guys’ beards, which comes in festive colors like red, green, silver and gold.
And because it’s Christmas, and holiday dreams do come true, you can also buy Christmas lights that can hang in a beard for a “fun, light-up facial frenzy.”
Of course, if a man is going to be drawing this much attention to his beard, he’s got to keep it well-groomed, which is why Beardaments also sells scented beard oils.
Alright, Santa, your move. That white beard is looking like the perfect canvas for some beard ornaments.
This story originally appeared on Simplemost.