The Stiletto Beard is a truly distinctive style – originating from foreign aristocracy in England in the 15th century. With its defined angles and pointed chin, you’ll need to shape and control your beard to achieve the stiletto beard style.
The stiletto beard style involves narrowing your chin hair to a point in the centre. It creates a bit of a V shape underneath your jaw. This means you need to put in the time to shape the sides shorter to maintain the stiletto design. Not to mention you need a full beard to begin with.
Similar popular beard styles include the anchor beard, the Balbo beard, the Verdi beard, the Van Dyke beard, the Fu Manchu, the duck tail beard, circle beards, and goatee style beards. None are quite the same as the Stiletto beard though. The French forks or French fork beard is very similar, but it has two prominent points instead of just one.