The chin curtain beard is a simple beard style. In essence, it’s a chin strap beard that comes up a little higher on your jaw. The tricky part is maintaining a clean, crisp line. This also means minimising a patchy beard. Follow these easy steps for a handsome chin curtain beard.
The chin curtain’s traditional name is the Shenandoah beard. It’s a full beard that meets the sideburns but has no moustache. Abraham Lincoln famously wore a Shenandoah or chin curtain beard style. You might also know this beard as an Amish beard.
There are several ways to wear a chin curtain, and not all of them include the full, long beard that’s grown as long as it can go. A more modern approach to this beard is to keep the facial hair neat and tidy. For the purposes of this article, we’ll focus on the neater option. After all, you can always grow it out later if you want to.