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5 o'clock shadow in 5 minutes
The 5 o’clock shadow beard really made its mark in the mid-eighties, thanks to people like George Michael and Don Johnson from Miami Vice. Back then the 5 o'clock shadow beard was called “designer stubble” and like dancing in the movie Footloose, the beard was even banned by some companies for being too edgy. But while big bleached hair and tiny day-glo shorts are a thing of the past, this beard style is back and better than ever.
The 5 o’clock shadow beard really made its mark in the mid-e...
How to create a Van Dyke
Named after the 17th century Flemish painter who made it famous, the Van Dyke consists of a Goatee underneath - but not connected to - a moustache. You're free to choose the type of moustache you wnat to team up with your Goatee, although a natural moustache usually works best. This is a really creative style which leaves your cheeks smooth and includes that definitive, all-important gap between your moustache and beard. The result is a clean, well-framed look that will stand the test of time.
Named after the 17th century Flemish painter who made it fam...
How to create the Stiletto Beard
The Stilletto Beard is a truly distinctive style - if you can pull it off. It involves more than just narrowing your chin hair down into a point in the middle. The trick is to ensure that everything you do accentuates that point. So you need to trim your beard shorter on the sides lower the beard line on your cheeks, and trim two deep 'U' shapes under your mouth to draw that eye downwards. It is not a style you 'll see every day, but that's the whole point. Here are the steps to create this style:
The Stilletto Beard is a truly distinctive style - if you ca...