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In a recent study, over one period of facial hair development on male faces was photographed by researchers; and evaluated by female and male (with regular menstrual cycle) participants for attractiveness, healthiness, masculinity, and parenting abilities (Dixson & Brooks, 2013). Dixson along with Brooks photographed ten men faces with different phases of hair growth such as fresh shaven, light stubble (about five days of facial hair development), significant stubble (roughly ten days of facial hair growth) and complete beard (about half weeks of facial hair growth). Next, the photographs were resized to display only the face and the neck. The males depicted in the photos introduced with a smile. With this in mind, the photos have been seen and assess from the participants on line. Dixson and Brooks found that female participants evaluated male faces using heavy flashes as more attractive than fresh shaven, mild palate, and full beards. Sometime, male participants evaluated man faces with full beards, heavy stubble, and clean shaven as more appealing than mild palate. Next, female and male participants evaluated faces with full beards as having greater parenting ability and better health. Finally, Dixson and Brooks indicated that male faces with increased facial hair were evaluated as more manly. Further, both Dixson and Brooks suggested that female participants (large in fertility) see citrus faces more positively than clean shaven, light stubble, and heavy stubble. Similarly, Wogalter and Hosie (1991) had participants (male and female) appraise male faces for beauty, intelligence, and sociableness. Based on Wogalter and Hosie the men faces were created using the computer software Mac-a-Mug Professional Identification Kit, which provides the usage...