# 6 Full, Soft, And Sexy
If you want a softer looking style like this model, then don’t shave the area around the cheeks too harshly when you are shaping. These natural looking edges and the curly hair texture make this a sexy bearded look. Full beard shapes.
# 7 Blazing Beard
In this picture, the beard has the most volume over the chin and the edges have been neatly rounded off. He’s keeping his neck clean and has added a handlebar moustache that sits just above the lip.
# 8 Long Mutton Chops
To draw attention to his long moustache this model has shaved underneath his lip, leaving a section of hair in the middle. He’s allowed his mutton chops to grow out as well and this facial hair is the same length as the bristles under the chin.
# 9 Shapely Statement
This beard has been well shaped along the bottom with natural lines along the cheeks. He’s also wearing a moustache that dips over the side of the lips to join the hair below.
# 10 Side Twist
This model has allowed his facial hair to grow out so that it covers the jaw and front part of the neck completely. He’s wearing a twisted moustache – this look is easy to achieve if you use the right kind of wax to hold it in place.
# 11 Beards For Balance
If you have a top heavy hairdo like this guy a beard can help balance your face. He’s opted for a simple look where the hair just reaches over the jaw line and he’s wearing a moustache that connects with the rest of the facial hair.
# 12 Master Beard
A beard like this doesn’t happen overnight, but if you are patient and attentive you could definitely get there. This style stands out with its rounded shape along the bottom, full texture and neatly parted moustache that covers the lips.
# 13 Keeping It Clean
If you want a neat, put together look, try to make sure that your facial hair is well shaped along the cheekbones and that your moustache sits above the lips. This guy is hitting all the right notes with a full, short beard that is maintained and well conditioned.
# 14 Long And Lush
This model has created eye-catching contrast by shaving the sides of his head and allowing his beard to grow out from the sideburns down. The texture of the hair is curly and it has been neatly snipped into shape.
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# 15 Corporate Look
In the workplace, you need a look that is suave and sophisticated and bushy unkempt styles simply won’t do. Copy this guy and keep the hairlines on your cheeks straight edged and round the beard off under the jaw line.
# 16 Brushed Out Moustache
In this style, the facial hair has been grown out all around with the hair under the chin and the moustache slightly longer. He has parted the moustache and is wearing it brushed out over the beard.
# 17 Bold Statement
To make a bold statement you could team a skinhead look with a full beard such as this. He’s allowed the hair to grow to a medium length and he is keeping it neatly trimmed and brushed.
# 18 Rounded Edges
This guy has trimmed his beard into a rounded shape along the cheeks and has kept the hair long enough to just dip over the jaw line. Adding to the refined feel of this style is the neck, which is clean shaven.
# 19 Squared Off
For a trendy look, you can style your beard into a squared off shape underneath like we see here. This beard also has ruler straight lines on the face and while the moustache is also full the lips have been kept open.
# 20 Old School
Hipsters love all things vintage and this beard style is definitely timeless! The long bristles have been trimmed into a sharp shape under the chin and the tips of the moustache are pointed. Add to that vintage feeling by having an old school haircut and getting some wide frame glasses.
# 21 Sleek Lines
In this picture, the model has a short full beard with the majority of volume under the chin. The neck is neatly shaven and the facial hair has been snipped into a rounded shape under the jaw-line. He’s also wearing a short moustache that sits just above the top lip.
# 22 Mr. Barber
It’s worthwhile to have a barber trim your full beard if you want a pristine look and sharp lines. Here we see the sides being trimmed, the pleasing round shape under the chin and the blunt cut moustache.
# 23 Wild And Rugged
This is an example of a masculine and rugged style beard. The facial hair has been allowed to grow out full and has a natural bushy texture while the moustache is kept off the lips by brushing it out into the beard.
# 24 Maintaining Your Beard
Here see a style that has a lot of volume along the sides as well as in the front. This is because the mutton shops have also been allowed to grow long. To maintain a sleek look like this make sure you use beard oil and a good comb.
# 25 Contours
In this picture, the facial hair covers the bottom half of the face with more volume over the chin area. The sides have been snipped shorter and he is wearing a squared off the moustache.
# 26 Short Beard
This beard has been grown out, but is being kept at a short length – notice how the hair just covers the chin. To balance it out he’s wearing a longer moustache that clears the lips and joins into the facial hair on the sides.
# 27 Dark And Brooding
Dark coloured hair makes for spectacular beard styles similar to the one seen here. This model sports straight lines across the cheeks, a squared off shape in front and a handlebar moustache that lifts up over the beard.
# 28 Just Right
Here the facial hair has been grown long enough to just cover the chin and jaw line. He has parted his moustache and brushed it into the beard. He’s keeping this look polished by keeping the neck shaved and shaping the hair appropriately.
# 29 Light And Airy
This model has a light coloured beard which looks quite distinctive and definitely lends a gentleman type tone to his style. He’s keeping it at a short length and is also wearing a short moustache that hugs the top lip.
# 30 Arched Beard
This is quite an interesting style – the cheek line has been curved and brought in under the nose and then back up to the other side. The beard is rounded off under the chin as well and the narrow moustache has been trimmed to a medium stubble length.
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# 31 Problem Solver
Full beards can disguise a multitude of problems – including a double chin. The style of beard pictured here is perfect to hide away chunky chins due to its length and shape. Balance a full, squared off style like this with a neat moustache.
# 32 Sleek And Stylish
Full beards don’t always need to be long and bushy. For a more manageable look, try a short look like this together with a squared off the moustache. As long as you keep it shaped and combed it will always look trendy!
# 33 Executive Trim
Want to impress your clients? First impressions really do matter so if you want a full beard, try and keep it uber professional like this gentleman. The beard and sides have both been trimmed into round shapes and the facial hair and moustache are at a medium-short length.
# 34 Smooth Look
Here the barber has given the sides of the beard an angular shape and rounded off the growth under the chin. The model also has a moustache that brushes on the top lip and dips over the sides of the mouth to join the rest of the facial hair.
# 35 Long Stubble
In this picture, you see an example of a long stubble beard. This is a great look especially for younger guys wanting to try a bearded look. Some men opt to keep their beards at this length, which makes them easier to maintain.
Longer beards do take time and they do require a fair amount of effort, but if you want to join the ranks of handsome bearded men then it will be worth it. Choose full beard styles that tie in with your personality and lifestyle and make sure you have the skills and products needed to maintain your look!