an Oh Myyy Property
popular

You Can Now Get Christmas Lights For Your Beard That Actually Light Up 🎄

Beardament Lights/Amazon

Have Christmas decorations gone too far? NEVER.

In fact, it's time to take things to the next level. Beardament, a company which is "dedicated to decorating beards for the holiday season," has just come out with a product that's sure to spread the yuletide cheer: Christmas lights made specifically for your beard!




Beardaments


Beardament's description reads as follows:

"The holiday season is the perfect time to stand out, make someone smile, or just add a little brightness to the world; and nothing gets people talking and having fun more than looking at beautiful, light-up colorful beard ornaments hanging down like a hairy Christmas tree!"

Go on...

"Beard ornaments are a fun gift to go along with that ugly Christmas sweater, and make a great addition to any man who wants to show off this holiday season."

But how do we know the lights will stay?

"The mini-clips built in to every beard ornament is designed to hold them firmly to your beard, mustache or sideburns with minimal effort. This makes them ideal for attaching them to short or long facial hair so men of all ages and hair growths can get involved!"


Of course, Beardament is quick to point out that he lights don't work well on a wet chin, though maybe we should've guessed that for ourselves.


Best Beard lights for Christmas youtu.be


And don't worry too much about these lights making you less attractive to the ladies—several studies have shown women prefer bearded men, so the lights will just be showing the old mutton chops off.

In fact, in a study of 8,520 women, each of whom were asked to rate men "on a spectrum of 'relationship longevity'," every single one of them preferred bearded men to non-bearded ones. No joke!





According to the study:

"Male-typical facial features such as a pronounced brow ridge and a more robust jawline may signal underlying health, whereas beards may signal men's age and masculine social dominance.
However, masculine faces are judged as more attractive for short-term relationships over less masculine faces, whereas beards are judged as more attractive than clean-shaven faces for long-term relationships."



So if you've got it, flaunt it! Add some lights to those beards!

Twitter wants to:










Some bearded fellows are already a little sick of the trend, however:




Of course, that's just them. Don't let the haters get you down.

Go to Beardament and get some holiday spirit for your beard ASAP!

H/T - Unilad, Firebox

During his recent interview with George Stephanopoulos of ABC News (in which Trump made headlines by claiming he'd accept foreign interference in the 2020 election if it helped him), the President made another, less criminal claim that was nonetheless pretty embarrassing.

Keep reading... Show less
Oconee County Sheriff's Office, Fisher Price/YouTube

Drivers are typically pulled over for expired license plates or speeding, but this case is raising eyebrows and leaving the internet in stitches.

A South Carolina woman was pulled over for cruising along in a silver Power Wheels truck.

Keep reading... Show less
Paul Archuleta/Stringer/Getty Images / @emmaprizer/Twitter

Hackers obtaining celebrities' nude photos has become a disturbingly common thing.

Bella Thorne decided to take matters into her own hands when someone hacked her Twitter account and threatened to leak nude photos of her, however.

Keep reading... Show less
Victoria and her family (PA Real Life/Collect)

A vet has revealed her alarm after experiencing symptoms so serious doctors suspected she had either a brain tumor or MS – only to discover her shocking condition stemmed from a simple cat scratch at work.

Keep reading... Show less
Press Association Images/National Oceanography Centre

The yellow submarine dubbed Boaty McBoatface has returned from its first expedition with data which links increasing Antarctic winds to rising sea temperatures.

Keep reading... Show less
Medical News Network/PA

A 15-year-old Kansas boy got a large knife embedded in his face, and doctors say he is extremely lucky.

Keep reading... Show less