If your facial hair is only minimal or uneven, it can be challenging to find style ideas. Don’t despair if this describes you. With these options, you can have facial hair that looks and feels fresh without shaving it all off.
Neat Mustache and Jawlines
The first thing you need to know is that if you are looking for a polished and pristine facial hair aesthetic, then look no further! By keeping your sideburns, mustache, and jawline short, neat, and leaving a bit of a goatee, you can achieve this on-trend style. Are you looking for extra style points?
For a cool and collected look, match the length of your beard to the sides of your undercut shaved hairstyle.
Long and Free-Flowing Beard
Although challenging for those with patchy facial hair, this idea involves growing a long, rugged beard. If your hair is thick or wavy, it works particularly well. Trim your beard regularly and shave down any flyaways from your cheeks until the start of your beard is parallel to your top lip to keep it under control. Don’t be afraid to let your mustache and sideburns flow freely!
Barely-There Moustache and Chin Hair
If you have thin locks or like minimalism, this style involves a barely-there mustache with short handlebars and a bit of fluff at the bottom of your chin. Consider growing your chin fluff into a fairly thin line on your jaw and sideburns for a youthful yet masculine appearance.
Short and Natural-Looking Beard
The style is natural-looking, well-maintained, and suitable for a variety of hair types. Shaving your mustache, chin, and goatee hair into a coiffed and well-groomed shape involves leaving hair along your jawline full. You might want to grow this beard all the way to your hairline to create sideburns. Additionally, you may prefer to eliminate your sideburns to enhance your individuality.
Thin Mustache Only
This one is for you if you have thin locks or are struggling with facial hair. Leaving a thin mustache on your face during your weekly shaving routine can create a fun and quirky look. Unless you like the retro 1970s look, keep it short.
Sharp and Well-Kept Beard
A fuller-looking aesthetic might be a good option for those who experience regular facial hair growth. The good news is that there’s a way to do this without going overboard. Be sure to keep up with your regular trimming routine to prevent your beard from getting too long and untidy. To achieve an immaculate appearance, shave your neck to achieve a blunt line at the jaw.
If you don’t have the capability for a lengthy beard or prefer a fuss-free, shorter option, keep shaving on a frequent basis to achieve this light all-over stubble. This style is perfect when teamed with a suit if you’ve got a formal or smart casual event coming up, as it will help you to look respectable and occasion-appropriate.
Slight Beard With Missing Mustache
For an easy, no-frills facial hair style, let your beard grow naturally and then shave off the mustache section. Eliminating the mustache will keep your mouth section orderly while creating a rough and ready aesthetic. Alternatively, if you want a completely effortless appearance, leave your mustache on for good measure.
If you’re only just starting your facial hair journey and like the smart, clean-shaven look, don’t be afraid to shave everything off apart from your sideburns. Whether this section of hair is prominent, understated, well-kept, or out of control, confine it to your sideburns and match it to the rest of your locks for a bold, handsome aesthetic.
Finding What Works
There isn’t a “one size fits all” when it comes to teen facial hair. Make sure you spend time playing around with different options to see what works for you. If you feel comfortable, this confidence will ultimately show on the outside and attract attention for all the right reasons.