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Top Beard Styles You Must Try!

August 21, 2022 3 min read


Whether you’re growing beard to prevent acne, block UV rays from sunlight or increase your self-confidence, there is a wide range of beard styles to choose from. This piece will throw more light on different beard styles men can confidently rock.

Here are a few of those stylish beard style:

Trimmed Beard

A handlebar mustache can become a strong basis for different beard styles. It comes in different length but with one common trait – the ends of your mustache should be curled. You can achieve their shape by wrapping the ends around your fingers dipped into the curling wax in an orderly fashion. Alternatively, for a quick result, resort to a curling wand and a styling product. To showcase the beauty and quirkiness of your handlebar mustache shape, the beard should be well-trimmed. You can go with a tapered or faded beard, disconnected from the mustache and sideburns, unless you’ve managed to grow out a really long and curved handlebar. In this case, you can let it blend into other facial hair.


If you want to give your traditional full beard an unusual twist, try out a ducktail beard. As the name implies, the shape of such beard styles resembles real ducktails. This commonly harnessed beard style is a combination of a rugged full beard and a neatly trimmed one. It’s highly popular among male celebrities.

Note though that this beard style doesn’t suit everyone. If your face is narrow and long, it won’t work for you. In other cases, the ducktail beards sit perfectly fine. When choosing what to pair them with, consider a messy or slicked back hairstyle.


Circle Beard

Essentially, the circle beard is a type of basic beard. Being one of the most popular short beards, it combines a round goatee and a mustache. It looks very neat and clean, thus, is highly flattering for business people.



Looking for really cool beard styles? Then you should definitely try the beardstache. This is the combination of a mustache and a beard where the former is intentionally left longer than the latter. The beardstache is a very controversial style: you can love it or hate it, but never ignore it.



Imperial Beard

What’s an Imperial without a little extra? This style is for those who want to Medusa-fy their face and make some waves. The mustache enjoyed popularity during the 19th Century, when men wore it as part of wealth or sophistication symbols – but you can adapt your look by changing up how thickly packed on top of one another these mustaches come! Whether with fuller beard growths at points throughout its length (ideal if they’re short) OR just well groomed chinstrap duty alone; there’ll always be something special about this popular facial gadgetry.


Van Duke Beard

This beard style has quite interesting origins. It was named for Anthony Van Dyke, a famous Flemish artist. Relating to rather whimsical beard types, Van Duke Beard combines a mustache and a goatee, whereas all the other facial hair is shaved. The hair on the chin strap beard should form an inverted T and eventually be trimmed to turn into the V shape.


Anchor Beard

Sometimes, a beard and mustache go together like bread and butter and an anchor beard with matching staches is no exception.

Full beard styles require commitment, patience and much of dedication.


Balbo Beard

The Balbo Beard is one of the most recognizable types of beards. The one and only Robert Downey, Jr. has been helping to popularize it for quite a long time now. To achieve the style, you need to have a full beard so that there is a lot of material to work with. In addition, you are required to grow a mustache, which will round up the look.



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