Beard Competition 2018

Beard Competition

This Year’s Yorkshire Beard Day 2018 TBBC Beard Competition takes place on Sunday 11th March 2018

A full list of the other events and activities happening during the festival will be posted on the website and available on the day.

To compete you will need a Beard competitor ticket

All monies from the ticket face value will be going to charity.

FREE Entry for Children 12yrs and younger.

On the day you will need to sign in at the Beard registration table for pre-judging to confirm the beard category you are wanting to enter is the correct one for your beard.

Those of you who are judged to be the top of your beard category will receive trophies and prize goody bags.

You will need to nominate a valid Yorkshire based Charity close to your heart and near to where you live which will receive the prize money if your beard wins Yorkshire Beard of the Year 2018

All competitors will receive goody bags & certificates of entry.

There will be portrait photographers in the building ready to capture your beard in all it’s glory.

Join the The British Beard Club before the event and you will receive additional exclusive benefits in your goody bag on the day.

Public access to the venue from 10am on the day.

Yorkshire Beard Day 2018 TBBC Beard Competition Categories.

  • Styled Stubble
  • Moustache
  • Goatee
  • Musketeer
  • Sideburns / Mutton chops
  • Business Beard (Short Beard)
  • King Edward VII
  • Verdi
  • Badger Beard (Natural beard of any colour that has distinct stripes)
  • Garibaldi
  • Full Beard Natural
  • Full Beard Styled Moustache
  • Full Beard Freestyle
  • Partial Beard Freestyle
  • Creative & Realistic False Beard Freestyle (open to both children and adults unable to grow a beard)

Competitior Tickets available on the door

Any questions? please use the contact form on this website. click here

Competition Beard Style Guide:

Beard Style Guide Yorkshire beard day 2018

Beard Style Guide Yorkshire beard day 2018

Styled Stubble: a few days growth closely cropped and styled/designed/sculpted/patterned using razer and beard clippers.

Moustache: Facial hair on the top lip only. can be any style, left natural or twirled.

Goatee:  Hair on the chin or chin and top lip around the mouth.

Musketeer: A narrow pointed chin beard and a distinct moustache usually fashioned with wax or naturally trained.

Sideburns / Mutton Chops: Hair on the side of the face, can be joined by a moustache but chin must be clean shaven.

Business Beard / Short Beard: a neat and tidy shaped full set beard like a well kept lawn.

King Edward VII: Classic full set beard long enough to be trimmed to naturally occuring point with a naturally trained or subtly waxed and combed tea strainer.

Verdi: short to medium sized beard, not pointy but of a rounded appearance. Waxed and curled moustache.

Badger Beard: Natural Beard of any colour that has distinct stripes.

Garibaldi:  Big Bushy rounded beard so thick you can lose items in it…

Full Beard Natural: Full set that has been left to grow out as nature intended… a little cultivation/trimming can have occurred to keep it in check and a comb put through it.

Full Beard Natural with styled moustache: Full set that has been left to grow out as nature intended… a little cultivation/ trimming can have occurred to keep it in check and a comb put through it. Plus a styled moustache which can be a naturally trained one or styled with wax.

Full Beard Freestyle: Anything goes, you can style your full beard however you want, use all manner of product, colourings, hairsprays and waxes as long as the base of your creation is your naturally occuring facial hair. Let your imagination be your inspiration.

Partial Beard Freestyle: Partial beard is any beard that isn’t a full set, you can style your Partial Beard however you want, use all manner of product, colourings, hairsprays and waxes as long as the base of your creation is your naturally occuring facial hair. Let your imagination be your inspiration.

Creative, False Beard Freestyle: This is the category for those of you who can’t grow a beard, either because you are a child, usually because you are a woman or because you just naturally have a baby face 😉 Your false beard can be made to look as real as possible or as spectacularly unreal as possible and made from whatever material you happen to have laying around. Themed or artistic beards are an especially good with both the Judges and the spectating crowd… dress up, have fun! take a look at the Whiskerinas for inspiration

 

Other competitions happening during the Barber & Beards Festival…

Barber Competitions…. For info on the Barber Competitions click here