5 Must Try Beard Styles This Year
It all started with the November (No-Shave November) when men across the planet refrained from shaving in the month of November in order to pledge their support towards raising cancer awareness. While it was a thoughtful approach, this trend spread like wildfire and became an overnight fad! The No-Shave was No-More restricted to November. It seemed like men all over the world stood united by their whiskers. Van dyke beard styles.
Paying due reverence to this ever reigning trend, lets look at some new adaptations that are soaring the temperatures this year.
Eric Bandholz, founder of Beardband popularized this macho style. Growing a Bandholz requires tons of patience followed by tender maintenance. You will look patchy for at least the first 4 months and will just have to bear with the sickness concerns from friends and colleagues. Trust me, the end result is to die for!
Full Van Dyke
A Van Dyke beard is a goatee, or chin beard, combined with but not connected to a mustache. The sides of the cheeks are left completely smooth. Named after the 17th century Flemish painter Anthony Van Dyke, this beard style has resurged as one of the manliest accessory this season.
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This style will suit men who wish to go for a fairly unkempt look. It is wide and full grown with a rounded bottom. Its raunchy, naughty, flirty and just everything!
If you are bewildered on which stubble to go for, undoubtedly choose the Ducktail! This style is universal and will effortlessly compliment every face structure. Its rough and classy intertwined in one.
This style is a direct reference to the vintage Hollywood era with brazen actors dawning a sharp extended goatee. The Hollywoodian is a combination of a goatee and a mustache. This is prime time Hollywood with a scruffy twist.
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