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A ramen bowl made out of beard

The greatest beards in human history: Sophocles, Leonidas, Jesus, Shakespeare, Abe Lincoln, Karl Marx, Ernest Hemingway, and Isaiah Webb. Wait, Isaiah who? Meet the Internet’s most beloved beard enthusiast, Isaiah Webb aka Mr. Incredibeard. Isiah has been posting photos of his different ‘beard-dos’ on his social media accounts every Monday, or as he likes to call it, #Monbeardday.

With a chin full of hair, he can morph it into anything he wants it to be, such as a ramen bowl, a burger and shake tray, and a beer holder. Fans can send in suggestions for his beard-dos each week.

The 29-year old native from San Francisco has his wife to help him style the beard. He says that at the heart of all this beard-sanity, his wife was the one who encouraged him to grow a manly beard. He hasn’t been clean-shaven since he was 15 years old.

UPDATE: Check out our small preview of our interview with the bearded one himself. The full interview can be found here.

How do you maintain that beautiful coat of beard: any tips for aspiring beard growers out there?
In the beginning, it’s all about letting it grow. It takes time, but let it be. I wash my beard with shampoos and conditioners. Then I use the Bearded Bastard’s beard oil during the day time to keep it oiled throughout the day. It is important to take care of your beard to keep it in tip top shape. After your beard grows to about 4-5” it is good to get a VERY short trim every few months to keep your beard healthy. At this point you can also have a barber help you shape the beard.

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