Blog Post: A Short Movember History of Presidential Facial Hair

One of the more popular posts written for Layrite's Movember Beard Oil campaign.

Who was America's first bearded president?  Regardless of how this presidential election turns out, no candidate with facial hair has won the presidency since William Howard Taft (and even he wore only a mustache).   In honor of the Movember election and our new  Layrite Concentrated Beard Oil , we put together a short history of presidential facial hair.   The first three Presidents, while not technically considered donning facial hair (as far as whiskers, beards and mustaches go), we nevertheless felt inclined to include as those who paved the way for future growth, of facial hair that is.    Oh, and one more thing. If you guessed Abraham Lincoln, you were wrong. Well, kind of.   Click  HERE  to keep reading.

Who was America's first bearded president?

Regardless of how this presidential election turns out, no candidate with facial hair has won the presidency since William Howard Taft (and even he wore only a mustache). 

In honor of the Movember election and our new Layrite Concentrated Beard Oil, we put together a short history of presidential facial hair. 

The first three Presidents, while not technically considered donning facial hair (as far as whiskers, beards and mustaches go), we nevertheless felt inclined to include as those who paved the way for future growth, of facial hair that is.  

Oh, and one more thing. If you guessed Abraham Lincoln, you were wrong. Well, kind of. 

Click HERE to keep reading.