Get that Beard right
Famously known as “five o’clock shadow” designer stubble is a short growth of beard, aimed to affect a rugged masculine or deliberately unkempt appearance that became popular in the 1980s.
Requires plenty of attention as you grow it, hair must be kept shorter and the lines should be shaped tighter, this beard gives to your face definition and strong character. Make sure to shave the neck and create a defined line underneath the chin. Stops midway up the check to and connects fairly evenly with the mustache line.
A full beard that’s well groomed says you are the manliest of men. You are confident and bold. It looks classy when your beard is groomed and rugged when it’s not. Required very little maintenance and is arguably the most popular beard style
The captain jack beard is a mix of mustache, soul patch and goatee-like whiskers, this style is a crowd pleaser indeed. If your facial hair grew so fast, you should regularly trim, shave and do daily grooming.
Despite the rough appearance, growing a hipster beard requires a level of maintenance. Some wearers prefer to avoid growing a ‘neck beard’ and therefore have to shave the upper part of the neck. Others also trim the mustache around the mouth. Some hipsters also cultivate traditional ‘handlebar’ moustaches, which can require extensive grooming & styling.
A van Dyke specifically consists of a short, pointy beard and a pointy mustache (often waxed), without hair on the side of the face. When done right, the Van Dyke is downright artsy.