The beard club is one of many in the UK.
It was started in England, and now it is also in Australia.
The club started in the late 1980s and now operates in the US and other countries, including the UK, Canada, South Africa and New Zealand.
It has also grown in popularity in Europe and in other parts of the world, and has now expanded into the US.
“It’s not like you’re at a barber shop and you get to pick your own haircut,” Mr Lee said.
“If you want to do something a little different, we’ll help you pick your beard, and we’ll do the rest.”
Mr Lee is a keen barber, having been on the road for 20 years.
“It just seems that the beard is a part of the culture in the States and in Australia and elsewhere,” he said.
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