Howdy my dear brothers and sisters,
I've recently read a passage in the Zohar which gave insight to certain characteristics of people with specific hairtypes (curly wavy and straight, 'glossy' or not 'glossy'etc.). It was in Shemoth Section 2. To my surprise, the descriptions given there resonated with my own experience and is very accurate.
I am Jewish myself (my grandmom from my mother side is Jewish) but among other, I have some Turkic (central asian) ancestry. This would probably explain my inability to grow a beard (just have a little fluff, somewhat of an goatee. A few sprouts of hair here and there on my side). It doesn't bother me at all, in fact, I'm grateful to haShem for lending me a body which is not hairy all over the place.
But out of sheer interest, I'd like to know: What does Jewish thought say about people with little to no beards? Which attributes are prescribed to them? I'm already familiar about the fact that the beard hair symbolizes the kabbalistic trait of mercifulness. What about people with a lack thereof?