You've decided to grow a beard, congratulations!!! Now, what's the best beard style for your face? Latest french beard styles.
While some beard styles gain popularity others fade over time. The purpose of sharing some of the top beard styles with you is not to tell you exactly how to grow your beard, but to offer inspiration on how others have grown their beards and how your beard may look over time if you grow it out in a similar fashion.
It's safe to say if there are 100,000,000 men growing beards around the world, there are also 100,000,000 beard styles because as each human face is unique, so goes his beard.
This article is to give you a condensed guide on the most popular beard styles that have survived the test of times and will not be going anywhere soon. Let's get started.
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Bandholz Beard Style
The Bandholz beard style is a full beard, worn with a mustache, allowed to grow to its maximum length. This will vary from man to man. Some will struggle to achieve a growth of a few inches, while other may wind up tripping over their whiskers.
The Bandholz beard works well with a variety of facial shapes from oblong, oval, and diamond shaped to triangular or inverted triangle.
Balbo Beard Style
The Balbo style is a sophisticated and stylish type of beard, displaying quite a bit of character. It especially suits a man with a narrow chin. The style is a combination of a goatee and an unconnected mustache.
For some men, a handlebar mustache, properly trimmed and waxed, looks particularly good with this look.
To grow a Balbo it's best to start with a full beard and trim it down. Grow out your facial hair for about 4 weeks and then start on the beard sculpturing. The cheeks are clean shaven when done.