A member of “Duck Dynasty” chopped his infamous hair and beard Facebook/Jase Robertson
Facebook/Jase Robertson

Fall may be just around the corner, but for “Duck Dynasty’s” Jase Robertson, well, he was just getting around to doing a little spring cleaning …

… of his face.

The Robertson boys are as well known for their hair growth as they are for their hilarious and heartwarming TV show and designer hunting gear. So when Jase chose to reboot — or defuzz — it was a family affair of epic proportions. And it demanded a Facebook Live to document the milestone event.

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On September 4, the Robertsons all gathered at Jason (Jase) and Missy’s house for the unveiling of the fresh-faced brother. And, of course, a family party broke out.

Of course, big-hearted Jase, who is also the father of Reed, Cole and Mia, didn’t take this dramatic step without having a purpose in mind. This summer, the Mia Moo Fund, which raises money to support research for cleft lip and palate, and, in some cases, helps defray the costs of surgery for children in need, announced the #ShaveJase campaign to raise money for the foundation. While the organization didn’t meet its goal, it did have more than 600 people donate, and that was good enough for Jase.

So … before:

It has begun! Check Jase Robertson's FB page for the reveal in just a few minutes.

Posted by Missy West Robertson on Monday, September 4, 2017


During (and the results):

A behind-the-scenes look at the hair removal. 30 seconds to a new man. (Don't panic. it will grow back)

Posted by Jase Robertson on Monday, September 4, 2017

And the family’s reaction:

It's the reveal of #ShaveJase!

Posted by Jase Robertson on Monday, September 4, 2017

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You can hear Jase comment that he looks younger, and we have to agree. But there’s also something about a grown man with children who has such a giving heart that just made him even more handsome.


Congratulations to Mia Moo Fund and well done Jase. Let the regrowth begin.

Based in Nashville, Tammy is a 20-year veteran of the country music community. She has worked in marketing, PR and artist development. Follow her @TammyGooGoo and join the conversation @RareCountry
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