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Metrosexuals be gone: Europe is agog for beards

In this Nov. 13, 2014, photo, Salvador Chanza, 31, a master barber from Spain, who also calls himself Lord Jack Knife, trims the moustache of Jakub Marczewski, at the Barberian Academy & Barber Shop in Warsaw, Poland. Shop manager Piotr Zuchowski said the popularity of beards reflects a growing desire for a masculine, elegant look. He said the art of barbering nearly vanished from Poland during the communsit era but is making a comeback as Poles embrace trends from the West. (AP Photo/Czarek Sok

 

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