America's 25 most beard-friendly cities

POSTED: 12:12 PM Aug 08 2014   UPDATED: 2:00 AM Nov 03 2015

Whether you're growing a mustache in honor of "Movember" or letting your beard grow out to celebrate "No-Shave November," check out which U.S. cities love facial hair the most.

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e Facial hair -- whether it's beards, mustaches or goatees -- is hot right now, especially with the month of November representing the men's health awareness efforts "Movember" or "No-Shave November." Wahl Clipper Corporation has put together is 2015 list of the most beard-friendly cities, relying on an "in-depth analysis of the online universe over the past two years for beard and mustache positivity. Conversations and searches surrounding facial hair were measured, and cities were ranked based on overall interest and positive sentiment." Check out the Top 25:

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