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Types of Facial Hair

Anchor Beard
Anchor Beard

Boat or no boat, this is a great look. Yes, it’s shaped like an anchor. No, you will never be held back by it. This anchor beard defines the chin and jaw line, and looks best with a pencil-thin or pyramid-shaped mustache.

Balbo Beard
Balbo Beard

The Balbo beard is a mustache combined with hair on the chin, including a soul patch. Read our guide on how to grow it, look at examples, and more. Read our guide on how to grow it, look at examples, and more.

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Beard
Beard

A beard doesn’t just take care of itself. This WebMD article offers tips for growing and keeping facial hair.

source: webmd.com
Chin Curtain
Chin Curtain

Chin curtain is a facial hair style that run through you jaw line to your chin to the other end of your face. This beard style has great similarity with chin strap beards; however, the difference is, chin strap cover part of the chin, whereas the chin covers the chin comprehensively.

Chinstrap
Chinstrap

The chinstrap beard is a type of facial hair that extends from the hair line of one side of the face to the other, following the jawline, much like the chin curtain; unlike the chin curtain though, it does not cover the entire chin, but only the very edges of the jaw and chin.

Designer Stubble
Designer Stubble

How to Maintain Stubble. ... To make sure you have an even amount of stubble, first let your facial hair ... Though men may like the designer stubble ...

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Extended Goatee
Extended Goatee

The extended goatee works well if you have a long (oblong) face but like most goatee styles it works with a variety of facial shapes. It’s also a good style if you have patchy or scanty hair growth on your cheeks.

Goatee
Goatee

A goatee is a style of facial hair incorporating hair on a man's chin but not his cheeks. The exact nature of the style has varied according to time and culture.

Imperial Beard
Imperial Beard

The Imperial Beard | Beard Royale For the man who really wants to make an impression with his facial hair, the Imperial style is certainly one that will do that! The Imperial beard style is not really a beard but rather a mustache and was popular in France during the period of the Second Empire, where it got the name Imperial, instead of the former Royale.

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Moustache Fu Manchu Handlebar Horseshoe Pencil Toothbrush Walrus
Moustache Fu Manchu Handlebar Horseshoe Pencil Toothbrush Walrus

A horseshoe moustache, also known as a biker moustache, is a full moustache with vertical extensions grown on the corners of the lips and down the sides of the mouth to the jawline, resembling an upside-down U or a horseshoe.The whiskers grown along the sides of the mouth in the horseshoe are sometimes referred to as "pipes".. The horseshoe is not to be confused with the Fu Manchu, which is ...

Mutton Chops
Mutton Chops

The softer and finer your mutton chops, the finer your comb; the coarser and denser your facial hair, the wider your comb. You can choose to wear mutton chops with or without a mustache. If you don’t want a mustache, then shave your upper lip, the middle of your chin, and your neck as you grow and form your chops.

Neckbeard
Neckbeard

Neckbeard is a pejorative term referring to unattractive, overweight and misogynistic Internet users who wear a style of facial hair in which a majority of the growth is present on the chin and neck.

Shenandoah
Shenandoah

A Shenandoah is a style of facial hair or beard. The hair is grown full and long over the jaw and chin, meeting with the sideburns but lacking a moustache. Other names for this style are chin curtain, Donegal, Lincoln, whaler, and spede beard. The Shenandoah tends to be somewhat longer than the chin curtain.

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Short Stubble
Short Stubble

Before the days of hipster beards and incongruous sleeve tattoos to mark the arrival of one's manhood, there was stubble. That short facial hair that sat perfectly between 'I've been up for more than 20 hours' and 'Mummy, wow!

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Van Dyke Beard
Van Dyke Beard

What facial hair is the Van Dyke? Is it a beard or a moustache? There is a great debate as to whether the Van Dyke is a beard or indeed a moustache. After all, there is the presence of hair beneath the mouth so surely this suggests that it’s a beard? Unfortunately, the answer isn’t as simple as that.