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YOUTH HERO- Mr. Ranawat shared his secret of elegant male blogger on social media

Posted by Hyder Ali Ashrafi
December 22, 2017

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If you guys don’t know about Mr. Ranawat let me tell you he is one of the most elegant male blogger / social media influencer and beard model in India. Lokendra singh ranawat AKA Mr. Ranawat was born on April 26. He has many fan followers on social media who drool over him and strive for his impeccable sense of style.He is a famous influencer and has worked with many national and international fashion & lifestyle brands. People know him for his powerful style of keeping beard with signifying moustache.Mr. Ranawat is the only social media influencer in India who become the brand ambassador for any brand. He also endorses many fashions and men’s grooming brands. Hailing from the sand of Rajasthan, he has been catching everyone’s attention and has been featured in campaigns for many brands and famous designers such as Beardo, P. N. Rao. Jaguar Mr. Ranawat also runs his own social media campaigning agency named “Indian Gentlemen” to help brands to grow socially.

Telling fact about beard-
Fact: beards don’t grow overnight. And even with mug-growth as a 7 am the dream, you might end up realizing that morning dreams don’t actually come true. The truth is, however hard you try (with excessive effort and products), for most men, living lives with patchy beards is utmost normalcy. That said, let’s admit: model/bloggers like Lokendra Ranawat have no effs to give about our banter here. Lucky for him, he’s the proud owner of a set of godly whiskers AKA just one of the bread-earning members of his life.

For our second edition of ’30 Days 30 Beards’, he talks about the gala time he formally calls ‘growing a beard’.



Beards are overrated?

-Honestly, it’s all about one’s perspective. Speaking for myself, I don’t think they’re overrated at all — it’s, in fact, a powerful tool to boost your self-confidence. Plus, it’s a sign that the man is very patient; it takes time and effort to grow a big, fat beard, you see. But above all, a beard is the best gift you can give to yourself!

Women dig the beard or clean-shaven men?

In general, women like well-mannered men, with great personalities and utmost compassion/respect. But of course, a great personality with a handsome beard, I’m assuming, is the most desirable for women. However, that’s just my opinion; the ladies can choose as they please.

The popular name for Beard man?

I may not have named my beard, but it has certainly— Beardo!

Razor or trimmer? And how often…

A trimmer, once a week.

Beards need care. What’s your regime like?

Daily oiling is a must!

Ever tried beard oils, shampoos, conditioners etc?

Of course, I make it a point to use a beard wash and shampoo almost every day.

Your best and worst beard phase?

Back in the day, when I had started to grow my beard, it used to look very… umm… unattractive. But over the course of time, I’ve learnt to take good care of it and have started to understand its growing pattern. You just need to be patient and let the beard grow on you; the ability to tame it will come with time.

The razor/trimmer you’re using right now?
Philips’ trimmer!

According to you, the most iconic celebrity beard in the world?

Chris Evans!

Your next big mug-rug move?

Well, since I’ve already had a shot at handlebar moustaches and a king-sized beard, looks like, with age, it’ll be time tried a salt and pepper mug!

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