Over the past decade, beards have grown in popularity in men's fashion. If you've made the decision to have a beard transplant procedure, it's time to get excited. After your full, natural beard grows in, you'll need to decide how to style it. The key to finding a complementary beard style is using the facial hair to balance what your specific shape is lacking. Take a look at some of the best beard styles for your face's shape:
Since your face is rounder, there's no need to add more width. Avoid growing your hair thick on the sides. instead, focus on beard length. Clean, crisp sides should flow smoothly into a longer portion off your chin and lower jaw.
Does your face have a pointed quality? Beard thickness is your ally in this case. Keep your facial hair close cropped near your chin while allowing it to grow out thicker across your jawline. This can make pointed chins or sharp cheekbones appear softer.
Men with square faces should embrace their square jawlines by keeping beards close trimmed. These gentlemen may find that beard shape isn't as important as thickness. Instead of growing thick facial hair, square-faced fellows would do better with controlled stubble or a short cropped beard.
Those who have rectangular faces may have a desire to reduce the appearance of elongation. The best beard for this face shape is a style that involves fuller sides and a shorter bottom.
If your face has an oval shape, you're in luck! You've got the middle ground of face shapes, so most beard styles look fantastic.
If you're ready to have a beard of your own to style, visit Marotta Hair Restoration's website today to learn more about the transformative beard transplant procedure.
Long Island hair restoration specialist and facial plastic surgeon Dr. James Marotta is here to help you reach your goals on your terms. Schedule your consultation with Dr. Marotta to restore your hair’s youthful density and your confidence today.
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