Beards aren’t as much of a trend as they were a couple of years ago, but there are still a few types of folk sporting beards and trying to make a statement with it.
But beards are something that are easy to get wrong.
So here’s a list of different ways you can style your beard and continue looking sharp as a needle.
The French/The Balbo
The French Beard used to be a classic through the first decade of the 2000s where almost everyone whether they could pull it off or not, had a ‘French beard.’
The process behind growing one had been corrupted, and it naturally started to fade out after 2010, being replaced by the full lumberjack beard that’s continued to grow since then.
Now is the perfect time to bring back this under appreciated beard in the form of the Balbo beard.
The Balbo is what Tony Stark/Robert Downey Jr. sports – a look that has skyrocketed in stock value since the Marvel movies took over the universe – and yet you don’t tend to see this beard often enough.
The Balbo is easy to grow – start by growing a full beard and then strategically shave your face to get the billionaire, playboy, genius, philanthropist look.
This beard is suited best for men with narrow chins, so square jawed machine-men be wary.
The Goatee is a timeless beard style that’s easy to maintain and adds a layer of ruggedness to anybody’s face.
The thing about the Goatee is that it is low pressure and easy to maintain. You don’t need to take up months trying to grow the beard out completely. For starters a little bit of hair at the bottom of your chin is good enough, after which you just take your sweet time and let things flow out on their own.
Don’t worry too much about moisturizing it much – simple face lotion works well.
Goatees are also universal in that they can suit anybody’s face so if you’re someone struggling to grow hair on that beautiful canvas of yours, start with the Goatee.
If you conduct a survey of all the eligible bachelorettes out there in the universe, you will find that majority of them find stubble to be the most attractive feature in a man.
Stubble is a sign that you’re a man on his purpose. Hear me out.
When men finally start growing hair on their face, whether it’s patchy or full, it’s because your body’s hormones are optimal. Testosterone production is full and healthy, which in turn leads to every other part of your body to function at a perfect level.
Stubble can take time for some men because their genetics lead them to be late bloomers, but once you reach the stage where you can grow out a full stubble, be sure to do so; you won’t regret it.
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