Seasons change and so do you. Why not turn over a new leaf with a new look? Get a fresh start by putting your best face forward. Here are our five favourite beard styles, perfect for whatever season or location you find yourself. Check the best Norse Grooming beard and facial hair tips !
The Chin Strap
Define your jawline with a sharp, precise Chin Strap – a shorter, tidier version of Honest Abe’s presidential profile. Get creative with your hairstyle and moustache style to complement your mighty chinstrap beard.
Mix and Match a clean shave with a range of stubble to create one the most expressive looks – the goatee beard. A chin goatee can be matched with a soul match, a moustache or just grow proudly alone. This beard style is definitely one you can have fun with!
The Short Boxed
For an all over beard that is neatly trimmer and defined, the Short Boxed is classic look. Edge and trim the sides to keep it boxy, clean and expose your cheekbones!
The Scruffy Beard
The ultimate carefree creation, the all over stubble of the Scruffy Beard does not need any fancy edging and lasts as long as you like between trims and shaves. There is nothing wrong with the unkempt look these days, so enjoy letting your beard grow free.
For something that influences your personality as much as your beard, it becomes extremely important to get a beard style that makes sure it changes your aesthetics for good. USTRAA is now here to help you pick a style that suits you the best. Tough or soft, long or short – scroll down to know about all kinds of styles.
The Iron Man
Go-to style for the superheroes. If you have a long face too, this can add weight to even out your face and help you look awesome.
This is a more rugged look for you. To get it, let your sideburns join with the moustache prior to trimming, and make sure you shave all the hair on your chin. You should trim the moustache regularly to maintain the clean mutton chop shape.
To rock this beard style the best, let your beard grow out with the moustache so they achieve the same length. Groom it daily with USTRAA Beard Softener and use USTRAA Beard Wash and Sheesham wood comb to avoid tangling.
The Maharaja Style
Full beard with style moustache, the Maharaja will give you a royal and professional look. To get this style, use USTRAA Mooch and Beard wax.
For those who love a rough look, a Scruff is easy to grow as well as groom. Start from a clean shave and let it grow slightly longer than your stubble but keep it shorter than a full beard. flaunt this in look with your 4-day beard.
Pomp Beard Style
This is a combination of sleek-back pomp hairstyle with heavy beard, giving you modern yet classic look.
A classic short beard style, the Urban Goatee gives you a sharp look. Keep your facial hair clean shaven and trim the edges of your moustaches regularly to keep the beard well defined.
Choose this style for a mature and a neat appearance. Let your moustache and goatee grow until they are joined, and shave the rest of your facial hair. It is also easier to maintain than a full beard.
Keep the bottom portion of your stubble, towards your chin, heavy and keep your upper cheeks clean-shaved to give substance to the stubble.
The Rascal Style
A free flowing beard, the Rascal is the huskiest of beard. This beard style tests your patience the best, as it requires you to grow your beard to the fullest till it connects to your moustache.
You just can’t go wrong with the classic Handlebar look. You may have a short or a patchy beard, this rowdy style can up your mooch game with a simple up-twist.
The most wanted look of the season. Neatly brush and trim your beard from all sides. This covers your face evenly and adds just the perfect amount of weight to it.
The Retro Mooch
A cult classic, just like the retro stars. Allow your mooch to grow below the corner of your lips and keep its outline neatly trimmed. Leave your soul patch untouched and clean shave your cheeks, and get ready to rock the style.
Full French Beard
It’s the fuller, heavier and more casual version of the popular french beard. The full beard extending below the chin is split into two to give it a distinct look.