How to Draw a Beard

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The beard is the facial hair grown on a man's chin and cheeks. The Encyclopaedia Britannica calls the beard a "badge of manhood," as it appears only when a young male becomes physically mature... Read more

How to Draw a Ponytail

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A ponytail is a hairstyle in which all or some of the hair is secured at the back of the head. It is so named because it resembles the shape of the tail of a pony or horse. Today, ponytails are most often worn by women and girls, but they are sported by some men as well... Read more

How to Draw a Woman's Face

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Faces are an important part of human society and psychology. A primary function of the face is to convey emotion. Almost universally, a smile denotes pleasure and tears indicate sadness. Recognizing emotion on the faces of others allows us to interact with them in meaningful ways... Read more

How to Draw a Braid

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It is known as a braid, a plait, and a pigtail. This popular hairstyle is achieved by overlapping three or more strands of hair in a deliberate pattern... Read more

How to Draw Dreadlocks

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Dreadlocks, also called "locks" or "dreads," are rope-like strands or mats of hair that are formed by braiding, matting, combing, crocheting... Read more

How to Draw Manga Hair

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The term manga (pronounced mon-ga) refers to a Japanese art form similar to the American comic book. Manga originated in the late 1700s... Read more

How to Draw Curly Hair

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Hair is something very important to most people. It is one of the first features other people see. Because of its prominence, hair styles... Read more

How to Draw Cartoon Hair

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Hair has been important to human culture at least since the time of the ancient Egyptians. Hair styles then came to represent social standing... Read more

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