Stubble is a versatile facial hair style that requires minimal care. Round face shapes should avoid beards that extend past their cheeks, chin, or jawline. Opt for Van Dyke beards or goatees without mustaches to add dimension and define facial structure more effectively.
A beardstache is a mustache style paired with a beard for a lumberjack-inspired appearance. It works well with full beards or stubble-length beards. Keep beard length short to make the mustache stand out. Beardstaches enhance features like prominent upper lips or thick mustache growth. Consider other options if this style doesn’t suit your facial hair. It takes about two to four months to fully grow a beardstache.
Chevron mustaches are full, thick ones covering the upper lip and extending downward like an upside-down V shape. They make a bold statement with facial hair and are easy to grow and care for. Regular trimming with sharp scissors helps maintain the shape. Chevron mustaches suit both men with beards and those without. Consider pairing them with a faded hairstyle for a more masculine look.
The Van Dyke is a complete facial hair style blends a goatee and mustache. It features a thin chin beard connected to a mustache with blunt handlebars. This style adds sophistication and was popularized by Flemish painter Anthony Van Dyck. Try a high fade and shaved sides for an updated spin to achieve the stubble look.
Sideburns add character and sophistication to any beard style. Make sure to maintain them properly to avoid a disorganized appearance. Ensure evenness by using the “pointer finger test” to match up the base of each sideburn. Sideburns have a rich history and can be worn in various ways, such as Mutton Chops, lamb chops, or shorter chin straps for elegant looks. Trim regularly to keep sideburns healthy and not too long.