It's the latest hipster fad that forecasters predicted would be killed off in 2016.
But it looks like beards are here to stay for a bit longer.
For more than half of the men in Glamour Magazine’s 100 Sexiest Men for 2017 have some form of facial hair.
The poll, which included TV personalities, film stars, musicians, sportsmen and YouTubers, was voted for by 80,000 of the magazine’s readers showed they found men with beards more attractive.
In the list, 63 of the 100 celebrity men all had some kind of facial hair.
Jamie Dornan was awarded the top spot for a second time, having taken the accolade in 2015.
The Fifty Shades of Grey actor, 34, has previously spoken out about how much he hated himself without any facial fluff.
He said: ‘I hate my face without a beard, I swear to God I really hate it. I always think I look really young. I think when I’m clean shaven, I look like a thumb.’
And he’s not alone, Aidan Turner, who was placed at number two this year, also doesn’t shave when he’s not filming Poldark saying: ‘In my next role I want to grow a beard and put on loads of weight.’
In fact, in the top 10, only two of the stars were clean-shaven, Tom Hiddleston and Matt Bomer.
Throughout the list, there are a host of men who prefer to the ditch the razor including Oscar winner Leonardo DiCaprio, Prince Harry and Victoria star, Rufus Sewell.
Adam Brady, Grooming Expert from Ruffians Barbers said the stigma around beards had disappeared.
He said: 'A few years ago, beards were seen as a sign of not being particular reputable.
'Men with beards were seen as being dirty and unhygienic. But the stigma seems to have gone.
‘Men have got better at styling their beards. They no longer look overgrown, straggly and crusty.
'There is also an abundance of products like beard oils, gels and creams so people can take care of them.
‘Men, not just celebrities take more pride in their appearance.
'It used to be seen as a negative for men to spend too much time papering themselves but that perception has changed.
‘A tidy well-kempt beard signals attractiveness plus more men have haircuts that complement their facial hair.’