The first Man to Shave his Beard ever


WORLD'S FIRST MAN
TO SHAVE HIS BEARD

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Who was the world's first man to shave his beard?

Today, you can see men with a clean-shaven face, a moustache, a goatee, or a full-fledged long beard. Have you ever wondered when and why men began to shave their face?

The earliest record of a type of shaving razor dates back to 30,000 BC. These razors had flint blades. Hieroglyphics from 4,000 BC of the Egyptian upper class shows razors and tweezers being used by bald headed men and beardless men.

Alexander the Great loved having a clean-shaven face to show off his handsomeness during his reign in 336 to 323 BC.

The Greeks considered shaving a matter of personal hygiene.



The first Man to Shave his Beard ever

The first Man to Shave his Beard ever

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