Full face styles provide the classic beard look. For a full-bearded look, the facial hair covers the cheeks and the areas above and below the neck, as well as the chin and part of the neck. You can achieve any of these different beard types using Wahl trimmers . Click into any of the beard examples below for steps on how to achieve the look.
Mutton Chops provide a dramatic look for men with rounder faces.
The Pencil Beard combines the elements of the Chinstrap and Circle Beards to provide a defined, worldly look.
The Stubble delivers a bit of attitude, along with a slimming effect on the lower half of the face.
Chin Strap Beard
The Chin Strap Beard emphasizes a strong jawline with a thin strip of hair that runs from sideburn to sideburn.
Add a patch of hair under the bottom lip to the Chin Curtain and you have the Triumph Beard.
The Chin Curtain accentuates the jawline and chin, without covering your face.
The Balbo delivers character and facial coverage, particularly with a Handlebar mustache.
The Hollywoodian Beard delivers a vintage look that will make you feel like a star.
Whether human or humanoid, the Klingon Beard is an enterprising look.
Friendly Mutton Chops
Just add a mustache to Mutton Chops and you have the Friendly Mutton Chops look.
The Lumberjack Beard is manliness at its best.
The Crusader Beard falls between the Tight Beard and the Full Beard in terms of facial coverage.
Olde English Beard
The Olde English provides both ruggedness AND sophistication.
Short Boxed Beard
If you’re not quite ready to commit to the Full Beard, the Short Boxed Beard may be the style to choose.
The Full Beard is the easiest one to grow and maintain.
The Tight Beard gives your face definition and character but it requires regular attention.
The Garibaldi is a big and bold choice.
The Ducktail Beard, AKA duck’s tail, is a full beard that has a tapered, triangular appearance with the point of the triangle at the bottom of the beard.