With No Shave November just behind us, what would you like to do with your newly acquired beard? Start the New Year strong with these 3 beard styles you can try out for 2016! Beard styles 2016.
When you grew out your beard for No Shave November, did you realise how great you looked? Well if you didn't, we're here to tell you! If you haven't trimmed, shaved or removed your facial hair pause for a minute and try out an incredible beard style from our list of 3 beard styles for men in 2016!
The Victorian Full Beard
Rugged, tough and thick, this look is iconic in its appeal. This look originally surfaced during wartime in 1854-56, when soldiers were unable to shave due to a scarcity of resources, like soap or water. When they returned from war, people associated it with the life of a solider. This beard became a symbol for honesty, courage and manliness - the ultimate man’s beard style.
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All you need to do, to grow a full beard is maintain a good diet, exercise, keep your facial hair moisturised, and be patient. Avoid trimming it too much. This look takes time (about 4-6) weeks, but is well worth the wait. You can also grow a fantastic handlebar mustache to go with this look.
Worried that your face still has a boyish charm? Want that effortless charm of stubble? Or have you seen your favourite celebrity sport it recently? All these are great reasons to choose the stubble beard - one of the classic men beard styles. First things first, this look requires maintenance. You'll need to trim your hair at least 3 times a week.
You can start by growing your hair out a little longer than the stubble you want. Use a slightly long trimmer to bring your facial hair to an even length. Once you're done with trimming it to the length you want, use a razor to clean up any stray hair on your cheeks or upper lip.
Simple, stylish and easily adaptable to any kind of look, the Goatee still retains all of its popularity. Before you start, consider various types of goatees (one that is just limited to a beard, one with a beard and a mustache or one with the beard and the mustache connected). Once you have decided, start by shaping your goatee (make sure both sides are symmetrical and that they don't grow past your smile lines). Make sharp corners at the jawline and shave a little bit under your nose, so that it doesn’t look like the hair is growing from your nose.
Keep it trimmed and wash it regularly with shampoo and a conditioner.
Give one of these beard styles for men a try in 2016 and start the New Year with a new look!
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