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Create my newsfeed. Full beard styles speak to a long-held of masculinity. While initially worn by soldiers in the Crimean war for warmth, this association has evolved into a more modern masculine style and ideal. To get the look, make sure you keep lines sharp to help define the jawline, and use a good quality beard balm to help keep your beard looking sleek.
We also recommend investing in a good comb so you can keep it looking good all day! It slipped out of popular fashion when it became associated with the devil in medieval art.
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However, it gained back its fan base during the late 19 th century as a choice style for the Parisian bohemian community. The goatee and its variants are still hugely popular beard styles due to their versatility; goatees can be worn with or without a moustache and are loosely defined as any beard that grows on the chin and not the cheeks. There are lots of different style of goatee from the traditional just under the chin to the Vandyke an unconnected moustache and chin beard to the circle beard connected moustache and beard. You should also get rid of any surrounding stubble — it can make your goatee look less defined and a bit messy.
Unsure of how to make your beard look good? Start with stubble.
The stubble look is a great choice for men who may have patchy facial hair but still want to embrace the hirsute look. It helps to balance the shape of your face and can hide all sorts of imperfections You can have stubble from a short to mid-length, keeping things neat and tidy with a beard trimmer.
Keep mid-length stubble smooth with a fast-absorbing beard balm and make sure you choose a beard trimmer with a stubble setting to maintain your look. Also, keep your cheeks shaved so your stubble looks sharp. The chinstrap beard was popular throughout the late 18 th to mid th century. It follows the jawline from one side of the face to the other, covering just the very edges of the jaw and chin. The polished look is created with clean lines, meaning this style requires a bit more upkeep than other styles.
The chinstrap has seen something of a renaissance in recent years, after becoming somewhat uncool in the 90s. The contemporary chinstrap can often be worn with a moustache and is not as sharp as it was a couple of decades ago.