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Ten Beard Styles To Tryout In 2015
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Ten Beard Styles To Tryout In 2015

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Growing a beard is always taken as a sign of growing up from a boy to a man, because at 14 most men won’t have one. A few years on and they will be rocking different styles. As a visible part of our facial appearance, a beard affects how we look no matter the setting. The fact that a beard is taken to indicate manliness, a belief held by the opposite sex; it is always good to rock a great looking beard for the best impression. What man doesn’t want to look good, especially in the company of ladies? So, now that you have an abundance of facial hair, how do you dress it up to look your best? Let’s look at a few facial hair styles you can try out this year.

The Moustache

Moustache Styles

This facial hair style is characterized by facial hair on the upper lip. The hair can be of any amount i.e. a little or a lot and with varying levels of thickness and length. Pulling off a moustache can be somewhat a challenge and may even have you losing points with the opposite sex. You can keep it slim and shot or combine it with other styles to prevent any chance of it backfiring on you.

The Soul Patch

Soul Patch

This is a simple look to pull off. All you need to do is grow a patch of facial hair just below the lower lip, and that’s it. The style is believed to have originated from jazz musicians from way back in the fifties.

The Shadow or better yet the I-forgot-to-shave Facial Hair style

Shadow Beard

This is perhaps one of the most impressive facial hair styles said to have the strongest effect on the ladies. It involves failing to shave over a couple of days. This style can be tended to so that it matures to an impressive short beard that continues to have the same effect on women.

The Balbo

Balbo Style

This is a combination of beard styles named after an Italian leader who rocked it back in the twenties. It is made up of a goatee, soul patch and moustache. All these parts are free standing and not connected to each other at any point. It may be considered as one of the ways of rocking a moustache without looking too out of place.

Goatee

Goatee Style

As one of the most popular facial hair styles, it is important to clarify that a goatee is made up of a tuft of hair on the chin. This should by all means be free standing without any connections to a soul patch or even moustache.

Circle Beard

Circle Beard

This is a balanced connection of some of most the common facial hair styles all rolled into one. The style calls for a goatee, soul patch and moustache linked together. It differs from the Balbo as all the different parts are interconnected. In some circles it is referred to as the singular goatee. Well, all that matters is how the facial hair lines up and not how it is commonly referred to.

Short Beard

Short Beard

If you let your five o’clock shadow grow into a beard then you end up with a short beard in a few weeks. This facial hair style is highly popular with the opposite sex as it is seen to represent the middle ground between a thick long beard and zero facial hair. It is considered a tradeoff between a boy and a man’s man.

Mutton Chops

Mutton Chops

This facial hair style is characterized by hair running down the sides of the head but does not continue down the face. The name represents the visual appearance of the facial hair. It resembles extended side burns to be precise.

The Full Beard

Full Beard

The full beard has been associated with the older generation in the past. However today you can see younger men rocking this relatively over grown look. The style encompasses an interconnected web of all the variations of facial hair. It’s the hair around your mouth connected to your sideburns and the bottom of your lower jaw. It may appear a bit cave man but with a little upkeep it can be converted into an appealing modern look. Certainly something that has been done over and over again.

Clean Shaven Look

Clean Shaven Look

Finally we have the simple and common clean shaven look. If beards are not your style then it’s acceptable to shave it all off and maintain a clean shaven look free of any facial hair.

When looking for the best facial hair style to sport, it is essential that you consider matching it up with the shape of your face. Facial hair styles can be used to shape your face and offer some great styling effects. Round faces can be made to look oval shaped and hence more manly while long faces can be made to look shorter with the right styling.

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