This one needs a whole lot of patience because you need to grow a thick beard. It’s rather long, much longer than the full grown beard. Usually worn with a pompadour style haircut, this one’s definitely worth a try if you’re the brave kind.
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Named after the 17th century painter, Anthony Van Dyck, this beard is achieved when you grow out your moustache as well as beard but both are pointy. But keep in mind that in this beard style, the hair on the cheeks is shaved.
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This one’s a lot like the goatee but it includes a thick moustache too. There are three sections around the moustache. There’s hair on the chin and a patch below the lips. If you still don’t get the idea, our fave Robert Downey Jr. has been flaunting this look for years now.
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Lazy boys, this should be your go-to beard style. Low maintenance and easily achievable, the short stubble is the most common beard style. It’s not too much, not too less—just the right amount of beard to make you look like a complete hottie!
This one covers your face quite a bit but makes sure your cheekbones are in focus. There’s a striking handlebar moustache and a lot of fuzz around the face.
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