How to Do a Sparrow Goatee
Pirate fan or not, the Sparrow beard (named after Jack Sparrow) is a blockbuster in the facial hair world. A mix of mustache, Soul Patch and goatee, this style is a crowd pleaser indeed.
How to Do the Sparrow Goatee Step-by-Step
Shave the cheeks and neck clean.
Don't trim hair above the lip, below the lower lip and on the chin.
Allow the mustache to grow just beyond the corners of the mouth.
Hair around the chin should extend just beyond the corners of your mouth. Allow hair to grow 4 to 5 inches out from the bottom of your chin.
Part chin hair into two strands and braid, twist or fasten the strands with beads.
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More Goatee Style Tips
Identify Your Best Goatee Shape & Style
Experiment with shapes that look best with your facial features and also work with the time you want to spend maintaining said style
Use Guide Combs to Adjust Thickness
Thickness can be managed with a snap on length guide comb or an adjustable length guide comb
Trim in Any Direction for Longer Styles Around the Mouth
Longer around the mouth styles should always be trimmed in the direction of hair growth
Trim in Any Direction for Shorter Styles Around the Mouth
Shorter around the mouth styles can be trimmed with or against hair growth
Using the Detail Blade Attachment
Make sure to use the detail blade, available with many Wahl trimmers, to get into tight spaces and create tighter lines
Cleaning Up Your Facial Hair
Always clean up loose or long hair around the lips
Goatees Need Regular Maintenance
Some goatee-esque styles require attention every couple of days while others only need re-shaping a few times a month