8 Beard Styles All Men Should Know

Stubble Beard: This style is achieved by letting facial hair grow out for a few days, creating a rugged and stubbly look. It's low-maintenance and suits most face shapes.

Goatee: A classic choice, the goatee involves growing facial hair on the chin and sometimes the upper lip, while keeping the cheeks clean-shaven. It can be styled in various lengths and shapes.

Full Beard: This style involves letting all facial hair grow out, covering the entire face. It requires regular grooming to maintain its shape and can be trimmed to suit different preferences.

Beardstache: This style features a combination of a full beard with a thick, well-groomed mustache. It provides a bold and masculine appearance while requiring regular maintenance to keep both the beard and mustache in shape.

Van Dyke: Named after the Flemish painter Anthony van Dyck, this style combines a mustache with a goatee, but the mustache and chin beard are not connected. It offers a stylish and sophisticated look.

Circle Beard: Also known as the "door knocker" or "standard beard," this style involves growing a neat, rounded beard that connects the mustache to the chin hair. It's a versatile option suitable for various face shapes.

Soul Patch: This minimalist style involves a small patch of hair just below the lower lip, without any other facial hair. It's a subtle option that adds a touch of personality to your look.

 Balbo: The Balbo beard consists of a mustache and a separate chin beard, with no sideburns. It offers a distinctive look and requires precise grooming to maintain its shape.