The Hobbit: An Unexpected Beard Envy

No mortal man has ever heard the ancient saying: “One beard to rule them all, one beard to find them, one beard to bring them all, and in the darkness bind them.” But it still rings true to this day.

In fact these dwarves, and their beards, threaten to cause a dark envy to creep up from the depths of Mordor itself and consume any man who lingers too long in their presence. That being said, here are the top five Dwarf beards from The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey.

 

Gloin

Gloid

Gloin’s beard is as matchless as they come. I’ve had a lot of friends with great beards, but nothing that rivals the immaculate metal clad beard-ness that is Gloin’s face.

 

Oin

Oin

Oin’s silver-gray, woven-wonder is truly a glorious beard to behold. It looks almost like you could grab his beard and swing him around in circles. Something I’d love to try.

 

Bifur

Bifur

I’ve never met anyone named Bifur before, but really, any dude named Bifur is going to be capable of growing a legit, authoritative beard. This is one of the more intricate beards, and anyone willing to have a large metal shank hanging from their beard. Well, that’s A+ material in my book.

 

Nori

Nori

Nori, Nori, Nori. There isn’t a beard better in all the land than the triple threat, triple braid. If I could grow a beard like this I certainly would. I’ve always, always wanted to look like the wolf man.

 

Balin

Balin

Grandpa’s Ballin with his epic, white Santa like beard. Although he’s a tad on the ugly side his beard is beautiful. If I could grow something similar I’d have a solution to all of my problems.

 

 

About the Author: Zack Mandell is a movie enthusiast, writer of movie reviews, and owner of www.movieroomreviews.com which has information on everything from your favorite action movies to actors like Elijah Wood. He writes extensively about the movie industry for sites such as Gossip Center, Yahoo, NowPublic, and Helium.

 

 

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