The Best Beard For Your Face
The most desirable face shape on a man is square and oval is the summer round-up, so the goal is to try to achieve these shapes using facial hair. Here are some general guidelines for basic hair sculpting.
This face shape has a wide hairline, broad jawline and narrow chin. To create balance, the lower half (just below the cheekbones) has to be “filled out”. You want a full beard designed to take away from the pointy chin. Avoid too much fullness along the sides of the face as this will give the appearance of an even wider jawline.
A neatly trimmed beard designed to slim the face is the best look for this face shape. Hard lines along the cheekbones and a slightly “squared off” neckline create the final touch toward a slimmer, oval-looking face.
- Long Face
The best way to give the appearance of a shorter face is to stick with neatly trimmed beards for or beard scuff. Similar to rectangular/oblong face shapes, this takes the attention away from a narrow jawline.
Keep your facial hair short and trimmed , you already have strong lines.
- No Chin
No chin? There is no problem, if you can grow facial hair. keep your beard full while shaping it to give off the appearance of a strong jawline and pronounced chin.
A short beard with hard lines or a scruffy beard will help accentuate your square jaw.
You win? Most beard styles will look good with this facial shape, so you can experiment a bit more to find which one best suits you. The world is your bearded oyster.
- Small Face
Skip the beard and go clean shaven. Any beard you wear will only make your face appear even smaller.
- Large Face
If you’ve got a long face and you can grow a beard, stick with full beards that you can style to make your face appear smaller. Beard scruff will only show that you can grow a lot of it, so it’s better to avoid.