"Beardvertising" lets hipsters put ads in their beards so you know what brands to never buy ever.

"Beardvertising" lets hipsters put ads in their beards so you know what brands to never buy ever.
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Advertising milkshakes in your beard just makes us think of a beard with milkshake in it.

If you've got it, flaunt it and make a few bucks doing it. In case tattoo ads are too serious for you, and painting your house like a billboard isn't personal enough, now you can rent out your chin forest for a cool $5 a day (we couldn't figure out if you can host multiple ads in one beard). Finally, a way for hipsters to actually make money from their full-time job (being a hipster). Granted, this is probably a stunt by Real Native Advertising that is in fact an ad for the marketing agency that spawned Real Native, Cornett-IMS. Both of the clients listed as Beardvertisers are clients of theirs, and also, this is clearly not a great idea in practice. Not that that's ever really stopped anyone, so who knows.

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