2019 No Beard Day

Annual Fall

18th October

List of No Beard Day dates by year

202018th OctoberSunday
202118th OctoberMonday
202218th OctoberTuesday
202318th OctoberWednesday
202418th OctoberFriday
202518th OctoberSaturday
202618th OctoberSunday
202718th OctoberMonday
202818th OctoberWednesday
202918th OctoberThursday

No Beard Day exists so you have a good reason to shave your beard.

No Beard Day

You've had a beard so long, that you don't know what you'd look like without one. And, your lady friend isn't so fond of it. Today brings the extra incentive you need, to shave it off and go without a beard for the first time in who knows when.

So, bare it all and show off your chin. If you don't like it, you can always grow it back.

Have a happy and  clean-shaven No Beard Day !!




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