TOP TRENDING 24 MEN’S BEARD STYLES

TOP TRENDING 24 MEN'S BEARD STYLES

Literally speaking, in today’s fashion world, men’s fashion looks incomplete without beard styles. Similarly, particular beard styles are the identity of different parts and regions worldwide. Additionally, men consider their beards as a symbol of pride for them.

TOP TRENDING 24 MEN'S BEARD STYLES

Hence, they take great care of their beards. In this blog article, I will let you know about “Top Trending 24 Men’s Beard Styles.” So, it’s now time to cut down our intro here, and let’s start reading about these top trending beard styles for men.

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Anchor Beard Style

The anchor beard style is pointed towards the jawline. This particular beard style is in trend at the moment due to Tony Stark commonly known as The Iron Man. Similarly, the anchor beard style looks attractive to women who like a sharp beard paired with a mustache.
Anchor Beard Style

Balbo Beard Style

Balbo’s beard style looks very similar to the short boxed beard style. It gives a denser and deeper look to your chin. similarly, it gives you a perfect look with a floating mustache and without sideburns. Additionally, the Balbo beard style is perfect for the round and square faces.
Balbo Beard Style

Chevron Beard Style

Chevron beard style is so famous among Newzealand men. It just gives a nice and attractive look to men. This is why Newzealand’s women like men with this lovely mustache face look. Additionally, many youngsters in South Asia adopt this particular beard shape.
Chevron Beard Style

Chin Curtain Beard Style

Chin curtain and chin strap beard styles look quite similar to each other. However, unlike a chin strap, a chin curtain beard is thicker and deeper. Similarly, it grows along the chin and fully covers it.
Chin Curtain Beard Style

Chin Strap Beard Style

The Chin strap beard style also grows along the chin, however, it doesn’t cover the chin completely as the chin curtain beard style does. Additionally, many girls find the chin strap beard style quite attractive and stylish.
Chin Strap Beard Style

Circle Beard Style

Another name for the circle beard style is the door knocker. Similarly, it is the most common and obvious beard style for many Hollywood actors. Additionally, it looks quite attractive and decent on faces of all types.
Circle Beard Style

Classic Beard Style

The classic beard style is one of the oldest beard styles in the history of men’s fashion. In this style there grow thick and deep hair on the face, however, you need to trim or shave your hair on the cheeks. Additionally, the classic beard style is one of the robust and dashing beard styles.
Classic Beard Style

Day Stubble Beard Style

Young men like to trim their mustache and beard instead of completely shaving. Similarly, the day stubble beard style is an obvious choice for many youngsters. Additionally, women also like men trimmed and short mustaches and beards, this is why the day stubble beard style is trending at the moment.
Day Stubble Beard Style

Ducktail Beard Style

It is named because it is a perfect beard that resembles a duck’s tail. This style tends to have a pointed look on the chin and looks best when worn between 2 and 4 inches. It flatters most face shapes and can be easily adjusted to your taste in different thicknesses. The beauty of the ducktail beard is that it has a very sophisticated finish and is easier to wear than some of the more daring styles.
Ducktail Beard Style

French Fork Beard Style

The French Fork beard has a forked shape, defined by dividing the middle beard into two parts; A French fork traditionally has two branches. Beards are typically long, extending past the chin, but there are variations depending on the length and texture of your facial hair.
French Fork Beard Style

Friendly Mutton Chop Beard Style

The friendly mutton chop beard style has sideburns right all the way down to the jaw that reduces at a wide angle and is joined with the aid of using a mustache. The chin is stored clean-shaven, so the focal point is at the facet of the face. Although it isn’t always for everyone, there are numerous versions of the look; a few bold, thick and messy, others greater elegant and neat.
Friendly Mutton Chop Beard Style

Full Beard Style

Though full beard is the natural style yet it is gaining popularity everywhere. Initially, people living in high mountainous and cold regions use to keep full beard style. However, it is now going to be liked everywhere. In this particular style you don’t even need to trim your cheeks completely rather partially.
Full Beard Style

Full Goatee Beard Style

If you have diamond or heart like face shape, full goatee beard style will surely give you an attractive look. Similarly, to keep this style you need to trim your cheeks bit closely and shortly. However, leave medium size beard at the neck level along with medium size mustaches.
Full Goatee Beard Style

Full Growth Beard Style

Full growth beard style is one of the most favorite style among youngsters. Similarly, women also like men with full growth beard style. This is why this stylish beard style remains in trend in every season.
Full Growth Beard Style

Gun-Slinger Beard Style

You may have heard about an Indian Air Force pilot (Abhinandan Varthaman) who was shot down at the Balakot by a Pakistani pilot. He keeps the gunslinger mustache style that is very famous in the Southern parts of India. Many south Indian film actors keep this particular beard style in different movies.
Gun Slinger Beard Style

Horse-Shoe Beard Style

Hulk Hogan, the world-famous American-born wrestler set a horseshoe mustache style during the 1980s. From then to today, this style has been the trend in different parts of the world. Additionally, many sports players including film stars love to keep this Hogan-style of mustaches.
Horse-Shoe Beard Style

Klingon Beard Style

In this particular beard style, one needs to have a medium size beard with a clean-shaven upper lip or closely trimmed mustache. Similarly, this lovely-looking style is quite common in Western Europe, America, and Australia. However, the Klingon beard style is the perfect choice for round and fleshy faces.
Klingon Beard Style

Original Stache Beard Style

This old-style flourished back in the 1800s. In this particular look, you need to have large and bushy mustaches with a trimmed beard. The original stache beard style was the identity of thinkers, writers, and intellectuals during the 19th and 20th centuries.
Original Stache Beard Style

Royale Beard Style

This french cut style was so much popular among the men of the 1980s and 1990s. You may have seen the picture of the Kangaroo Foods Company’s (KFC) owner Colonel Sanders (an American-born businessman) with a royale beard style. Since then, this unique-looking style is the first choice for many senior men.
Royale Beard Style

Short Boxed Beard Style

The short box beard is a facial hairstyle that features a slightly shorter, thicker beard. It is often well maintained and contoured. This style is perfect for men who want a perfect beard without the strength and volume of a long beard.
Short Boxed Beard Style

Soul Patch Beard Style

To keep the soul patch beard style, you just need to grow a cluster of hair under your lower lip. However, you can also grow a chin patch, a mustache, or a soul patch combo. Similarly, this lovely-looking style emerged during the 1950s and 1960s.
Soul Patch Beard Style

Sparrow Style Beard

Truly speaking, Johnny Deep gave a new identity and set a new trend for the sparrow beard style. Similarly, this style is also known as a jack sparrow style after a role performed by Johnny Deep in his block-buster movie (Pirates of the Caribbean). Additionally, for this style, you just need to trim or shave your neck and cheeks.
Sparrow Style Beard

Van Dyke Beard Style

For this trendy van dyke beard style, cheeks are usually shaven or closely trimmed. Similarly, unlike the goatee style, the van dyke beard style includes a mustache as well. This makes it more attractive and stylish looking.
Van Dyke Beard Style

Verdi Beard Style

Scandinavian and Viking people during the 8th to 11th centuries introduced the Verdi beard style for the first time ever. This purely European beard style gave a fierce look to the Scandinavian and Viking warriors.
Verdi Beard Style
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