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Thursday, September 4, 2014

Does Facial Hair Matter?

Last week I posted a fun set of pictures with the same male model with different eye colors. I received so many comments about it on social media - and especially the video with the Musketeers from BBC America's hit show - that I thought I'd try another fun experiment.

This one involves facial hair, and in particular on Santiago Cabrera. Santiago plays Aramis on The Musketeers and I have to admit that he has inspired a character in a book I am currently writing, entitled The Ghosts of Brackenridge Castle.

Here is Santiago in his role as Aramis:



And clean-shaven:



With a five o'clock shadow:


With a mustache (okay, there is a bit of a beard but the mustache is more prominent):



And with a full beard:



How do you think the absence or addition of facial hair affects his appearance? Which do you prefer?

As a writer, this is just one of the characteristics I ponder about each male character.

For more information about this sexy actor, visit IMDB or BBC America's Musketeers website.

And just for fun, here are some reasons why you should love Aramis:

 

2 comments:

maggiethom said...

I think the change in facial hair changes his looks quite a bit. As does the different hair styles. I bet he gets very different responses or reactions depending on how he looks. :) It sure reminds me as a writer that the little details matter in how our characters look at any given time.

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