The Hottest Beard Styles Right Now

Are beards still in? Are beards still a ‘thing’? Of course they are.

In the post-corona, hipster-demised world of facial fashion, the beard style for the roaring ‘20s is clipped and stands as the well-groomed gents classic accessory.

The let-loose lumberjack look of the last decade - indeed the last year - may be fading but the hottest facial hair trends right now mean the beard is an adornment to behold.

Full-on face fuzz was a lockdown luxury. Now men have ventured back out in the world. Layabout is behind us. We are well-heeled, not well worn, fashioned not flaccid, thought out not thrown together.

The ‘in’ beard styles 2021 and beyond are flowing, shaped and sculpted. It’s conditioned, crafted and created. Lord, it even smells good and feels nice. And beard fade styles are massive at the moment.

Men’s facial hair trends have re-rooted into an enriched historical, timeless style. The best beard styles right now pay homage to the great wearers of antiquity. The cool beard layers into today’s fashion with apparel that effortlessly accentuates the essence of the individual.

Wearing a beard with panache

The mediaeval meaning of the word “panache” described a plume of feathers worn ornamentally on a helmet. Scroll forward through the centuries and it isn’t a stretch to consider the beard as an extension of this show of extravagance.

A dash of panache is the essential integrant to wearing a beard with presence. If the hair on the head is the crown, the beard is the mantle. In opera, the aria is the transcending vocal, the obbligato the subordinate yet essential instrumentation. If the face you present to the world is your aria, the beard hums along as the obbligato.

The best short beard styles right now

Short beards are seriously in. They are the ideal spring and summer look for the chap seeking to contour their features without too much maintenance.

Short beards present a professional appearance while accentuating facial lines. Typically, a short beard will start at stubble-length and generally not be more than 15 mm in length. A short beard at around a centimetre long is a common length for the discerning gent.

The five o’clock shadow

Let’s start at the beginning. Most men can conceivably grow a short beard by tea time.

The classic “five o’clock” stubble darkens the face before sundown. It presents a refined ruggedness without the need to commit to a full beard. 

Stubble can even be a daily opt-in or opt-out if your facial hair grows fast and dark.

During the 1950s, when clean-cut was a must, Remington began heavily marketing their new-fangled “auto shaver”. Back then, stubble was a clear sign that a man was down on his luck, and had given up on life.

The new “auto-home rollectric” was a dual voltage electric razor for home use, complete with an adapter for a car cigarette lighter.

Aided by the stylised adverts, it was common for the travelling salesman to stow his multi-purpose shaver in the car glove box. The gadget would sit patiently, awaiting the afternoon graze over the day’s growth. A quick once over would turn back the facial follicle timer from five o’clock scruff to the fresh feel of 8 am. And the travelling rep would be ready to face his pm client list.

The five o’clock shadow may seem confoundingly easy to create. All that’s really required is a male chromosome and a few hours to allow nature to sprout forth. But stubble can easily become human sandpaper and a scratchy irritation without some minor maintenance.

How To Rock A Five O'Clock Shadow

If you’re set on the stubble look, then work counterintuitively. Allow 24 to 48 hours pass and then trim the resulting hairs back to the defined five o’clock length - around 3 millimetres.

With that growth goal in mind, use an electric trimmer at a suitable blade length to neaten and even out the shadow. 3mm of growth is the equivalent length of a #1 buzz cut on your head.

Stubble may be the lowest maintenance beard there is but it will still look shabby without some upkeep. Define the edges by creating clean lines on the cheeks and the neckline. Shaving from just above the Adam's apple down tends to look best.

When it comes to beards, it’s never too short or too early to apply beard oil. Facial hair is hair after all. Beard balm will condition the skin and stubble will feel softer and more comfortable as a result. Wash daily, and exfoliate your stubble area and neck at least once or twice a week with a face scrub to remove dirt and dead skin cells.

Stubble beards for blonde and ginger guys

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A brief pause here before things go any further and the beards grow any longer. There is a good reason to take a look in the mirror if you're blonde or ginger and ponder how to move forwards with your facial growth. 

Sometimes, chaps with blonde or ginger hair wonder whether beards are best left to those with black, brown or grey hair. The law of colour tells us that darker facial hair contrasts more against white skin than blonde or ginger hair. And black and Asian men are almost universally blessed by suiting a beard no matter their age, facial features or face shape.

Genetics sometimes causes a quirk in men with fair hair in bestowing them with a reddish tint to their beard. It’s to do with Viking heritage extending through DNA.

Sometimes blonde men worry that their stubble beard just looks like a dirty straggle. If that’s you, there really is a beard design to suit. Brad Pitt is fair remember as is Ewan McGregor. And both rock facial hair.

If you’re blonde, it doesn’t take much to decide if stubble suits you. A couple of days growth and if it’s not your thing you can whip it off easily enough. As a rule, blonde stubble needs to be grown a little longer than needed for darker haired chaps.

For the ginger men amongst you. 5 o’clock stubble can really work. It’s a fiery red shadow with a hint of the unkempt and the rugged. Beyond stubble, there’s a very good reason why the Harrys go beardy. Prince Harry hasn’t been seen without a beard since he was a lad and Harry Redmayne flips between clean-shaven, ginger stubble and a medium length beard depending on what mood his freckled features are feeling at any given moment.

Ginger geezers and blonde blokes - give the stubble, the beard and the sculpted facial hair a go. It could just change your entire outlook on the shade of hair your creator granted you.

The short boxed beard

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Going a little longer, a short boxed beard is a cropped, spruced, well defined, classic style. The box beard is so-called because its lines are sharp and it neatly frames the jawline.

A short boxed beard is an ideal style for anyone who wants to extend beyond stubble but doesn’t fancy a fuller beard. Naturally, there are also medium and long boxed options but the shorter version is a beard trend right now.

The short box beard is a style you’ll see on all manner of A-list celebrities. There is barely a Hollywood leading man who hasn’t sported one of late.

How To Grow A Short Box Beard

The short boxed beard will suit almost any face shape be it oval, square or round. A short boxed beard is typically evenly trimmed to ½ an inch in length. That’s the equivalent of a grade 3 when using electric clippers. It will take around a month to fully grow a short box beard ready for maintenance and ongoing shaping.

A boxed beard is a relatively formal style, and is often referred to as a “corporate beard”. It complements the suited attire of the office while looking smart for more casual workplaces and setting off a neatly attired wardrobe for weekends.

The key to a boxed beard is establishing a well-defined neckline. Shave from an invisible line that runs round from each earlobe to midway above the Adam’s apple. It’s then a case of deciding how high up the cheeks you want the beard to feature. In a high-boxed style, it will usually be roughly in line with your moustache (hence creating a fuller “box”). But go for a more angular cheek line if it suits you in a low-box style.

How To Maintain A Short Box Beard

To keep your shorter beard “boxed”, you may opt for beard wax to keep the hairs laid flatter against the skin and a short beard brush to prevent it from becoming unkempt.

Trim your box beard to a ½ inch once a week with a trimmer. You might choose to go over it a couple of times a week if your hair grows quickly or you want to closely maintain it. Use beard oil to moisturise and maintain a little sheen. A short box beard will respond well to a regular application of oil.

Short chin strap beard styles

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The chin strap beard has as long a history as it has modern variations. The chin strap beard emerged in the late 18th Century and is still enjoying an enormous resurgence that stretches back to the 90s.

This style has famously donned the faces of luminaries through time from Abraham Lincoln to Lewis Hamilton, Victorian philosophers to Stormzy. 

The chin strap beard is one of the most versatile styles but fundamentally large parts of the neck and cheeks are kept cleanly shaven with a thin line of facial hair that follows the outer edges of the face and jawline.

If you’re partnered up, this is a good choice. The chin strap beard means you won’t be overly bushy in the facial areas, those that matter muchly in the amorous arena - namely the lips.

How To Pick A Chin Strap Beard To Suit You

There simply isn’t a chin strap beard style that won’t suit your face. Even if your facial hair growth is best described as “patchy”, you can grow a seriously solid chin strap beard.

Consider the follow chin strap beard styling options.

If you have a strong angular jawline, consider a very thin chin strap that defines your facial outline.

If your facial hair growth can be a bit patchy, the chin strap is ideal. A thinnish strip of hair along the jawline and down the neck adds an effective accent to your face without the need for the hair to be thick. Plus there’s no need for much of a moustache.

If you want to round out a goatee style, then a chin strap adds an effective base to lead from the goatee beard itself.

A full-on French beard (bushier beneath the lips than the traditional goatee) also works brilliantly when connected to a thinner chin strap and oozes class.

If you don’t want to fuss maintaining clean edges, then a more subtle, stubble chin strap avoids the need for a daily full shave.

Consider a beardstache alongside a chin strap to accentuate the ‘tache itself without leaving it as an isolated facial hair feature.

If you sport a tousled mop up top, then you can contrast your hairstyle with a well defined, sharp-edged chin strap.

If you have greying hair then it’s amazing the effect a chin strap can have to complete the silver fox look. You may even be lucky enough to retain a little colour in your beard area for a salt and pepper effect to set off what’s up top.

For something of a hip hop vibe, consider a more lengthy, tousled chin strap. Go easy and casual and allow the jawline up to the sideburns to grow while keeping clean cheeks and a shaved upper lip.

If you’re a black man then chances are you’ll already know how to sizzle a chin strap. A favourite of footballers plus rap and R&B stars, a chin strap is an almost essential style to lead up to a faded back and sides.

The most fashionable medium men’s beard styles

If you’ve sported stubble or carried a chin strap for a while, there will almost inevitably be a time when you catch yourself in the mirror and ponder what you will look like with a longer beard.

A medium-length beard allows your whiskery whims to run a little wilder. A medium beard can be a damn fine beard. A proper beard if you like, but without the wilder bushiness of a long beard. And of course, if you already have a short beard, you’ve done most of the hard work - the growing - already.

All you need to do to extend your beard outwards, upwards, downwards or sideways is to go through a little more growth and choose the style which will suit you best.

THe beardstache

To sport a beardstache you have to get it just right. If you do, this is a style that oozes masculinity and can even have a dash of flamboyance about it. 

 The beardstache is something of a hybrid. It’s simply a facial hairstyle where the moustache area is grown longer than the accompanying beard. 

At a time when the world is holding off on lone moustaches, the beardstache is of the moment. One day, a band of bold moustachioed musketeers will make the move to bring the pure-bred moustache proper back into fashion. Until then the beardstache is the best way to wobble upper lip fuzz blended into the fuller face beard.

The beardstache suits the bald gent just nicely. It sets off a shiny crown with accentuated facial hair where the ‘tache becomes the focal point of your entire visage. It also works well for square jawlines as you can round off the edges of the moustache to soften the overall effect.

If you have a prominent chin, the beardstache is the ideal style as it draws the eye higher up the face.

A beardstache tends to work best with darker hair because the shadow of the wider beard better accentuates the ‘tache. A blonde or ginger beardstache has a habit of looking a tad scruffy if not well cared for and well-defined.

How To Grow A Beardstache

There is some work - though not a lot - to grow a beardstache. The moustache should be full and thick and contrast against heavy stubble on the cheeks and chin. Alternatively, you can go full or medium beard styles with a ‘stache grown still longer.

Grow your beard and revel in its daily progress then when it reaches one to two months worth of growth, trim everything except the moustache back to 3 to 5 mm in length.

As you’re styling your ‘tache and deciding what model will best furnish your upper lip, you can allow this area to continue its merry way to the length you desire. Allow the moustache to droop down around the corners of your mouth if you wish, but not too far so as to be bordering on a goatee effect. 

Once your beardstache is fully established, keep the cheeks and chin maintained with regular trimming. Snip away any stray hairs in the moustache region with a pair of precision scissors. Oil your beard regularly and apply a liberal amount to your burnished moustache to keep it healthy and softened.

The Balbo beard

Travelling along the flamboyance scale we reach the Balbo. Occasionally beloved by Hollywood leading men seeking reinvention, this partial beard is named after the dashing and charismatic Italo Balbo.

The Balbo has been worn in recent years by the likes of Leonardo Di Caprio, Christian Bale and David Beckham.

The late football chairman and pundit, Jimmy Hill, also sported a form of Balbo beard so bear that in mind should you possess a strong chin. Did it ever look good on Hill? Well, it’s one of the things he’s best remembered for if nothing else.

Balbo himself was as fascinating a character as the beard he wore. He was a Blackshirt leader, minister of the Italian Air Force and “heir apparent” to Fascist dictator Mussolini. But he was also one of the only politicians to oppose his country’s alliance with Nazi Germany and was fervent in his defiance of Italy’s anti-semitism which became rife as World War II approached.

The Balbo beard is bang in fashion and its dashing prominence as a disconnected goatee with moustachioed flair sits on the face as an inverted 'T'.

The Balbo is a floating moustache above a high chin beard. The sideburns are kept short and the cheeks entirely clean-shaven with a ‘soul patch’ beneath the lower lip.

The Balbo can also be extended into a low chin strap for added jawline definition. The Balbo is perfect for men who may have patchy growth on the cheeks but strong beard potential in the ‘tache and chin area. It’s also ideal for younger chaps who may have wispy hairs at the edges of the mouth as this section of the face is kept clean to achieve the disconnect between the moustache and the chin element.

How To Grow A Balbo Beard 

As ever in the bible of beard cultivation, begin formulating your Balbo by allowing at least a month’s growth from which you can sculpt the three sections of the style - the moustache, the chin beard and the soul patch. 

 When you’re ready to sculpt the Balbo, work from the outer inwards. This will help to ensure your crafted beard is balanced on either side. You’ll want to leave about half a centimetre between the lower section and the moustache. The soul patch should link with the chin beard.

Balbo beards are usually kept at a short to medium length. Oil regularly and keep it trimmed with clippers. You will need to keep the edges sharp with a quality razor to ensure the lines are well defined.

What you do with the ‘tache on a Balbo is entirely down to how much flair you wish to exude. You can go handlebar and extend it down the sides of your mouth, go pencil for a very thin finish above the lip, or style it in a classic workmanlike moustache.

Travelling along the flamboyance scale we reach the Balbo. Occasionally beloved by Hollywood leading men seeking reinvention, this partial beard is named after the dashing and charismatic Italo Balbo.

The Balbo has been worn in recent years by the likes of Leonardo Di Caprio, Christian Bale and David Beckham.

The late football chairman and pundit, Jimmy Hill, also sported a form of Balbo beard so bear that in mind should you possess a strong chin. Did it ever look good on Hill? Well, it’s one of the things he’s best remembered for if nothing else.

Balbo himself was as fascinating a character as the beard he wore. He was a Blackshirt leader, minister of the Italian Air Force and “heir apparent” to Fascist dictator Mussolini. But he was also one of the only politicians to oppose his country’s alliance with Nazi Germany and was fervent in his defiance of Italy’s anti-semitism which became rife as World War II approached.

The Balbo beard is bang in fashion and its dashing prominence as a disconnected goatee with moustachioed flair sits on the face as an inverted 'T'.

The Balbo is a floating moustache above a high chin beard. The sideburns are kept short and the cheeks entirely clean-shaven with a ‘soul patch’ beneath the lower lip.

The Balbo can also be extended into a low chin strap for added jawline definition. The Balbo is perfect for men who may have patchy growth on the cheeks but strong beard potential in the ‘tache and chin area. It’s also ideal for younger chaps who may have wispy hairs at the edges of the mouth as this section of the face is kept clean to achieve the disconnect between the moustache and the chin element.

The Van Dyke Beard

The Van Dyke beard owes its name and origins to 17th Century Flemish artist Antony Van Dyck. Van Dyck rose to prominence as a portrait painter of European nobility. He was court painter to King Charles I of England and made London his home during the decade before his death in 1641.

The Van Dyke beard became popular after the artist painted the monarch wearing such a style. The Van Dyke reemerged in America during the 19th Century and was infamously sported by General Custer during his Last Stand.

Because of its long association with art and royalty, the Van Dyke beard exudes a certain sophistication with an air of creative flair.

The Van Dyke beard can be styled in many forms but its truest incarnation, reminiscent of the artist himself, is a moustache with the ends curled upwards, a soul patch and a thin, pointy chin beard. The cheeks are kept clean-shaven and a gap is maintained between the ‘tache and beard below. 

How To Grow A Van Dyke Beard

Grow your beard to around 2 cm in length. Once you’ve achieved the required fuzz, brush it downwards before you begin to sculpt the Van Dyke beard shape.

Decide how far out you want the moustache to extend horizontally. About ¾ of an inch from either side of the lips is a good length to start with, allowing enough hair to style at the edges.

Now shave the rest of the hair from your cheeks, to leave the ‘tache, the soul patch and a pointy chin beard. As the hair on your chin continues to lengthen, use some beard wax to shape it into an inverted “V”.

To maintain the Van Dyke beard, you’ll need to keep your cheeks, neck and the sides of the beard shaved with sharp lines at the edges. Once your Van Dyke is in full flow you can alter the overall style as best suits your face shape and features.

The best long men’s beard styles for men right now

Whomever your god may be, chances are he or she wears a beard. And he or she wears it long.

The long beard is a status symbol. Beware though, the man who weareth a full beard shall forever receive sideways looks of envy. Thou shalt not covet thy neighbour’s wife or his beard. So get your own, and grow your own.

The lore of growing a long beard is unequivocal. Control the length but resist the urge to trim too early. It is far easier to shape a bushy beard once it has grown to unruly lengths than it is to accidentally hack too much from a patch and look dumb until the mishap grows back.

The fashion of long beards comes and goes. But the fuller beard remains in vogue because of the well-groomed, super confident styles that are hot right now.

To grow a long beard takes time and effort. Maintenance keeps it all going in the right direction - downwards and outwards - rather than a result that looks plain down and out.

Even the most handsome long-bearded face can end up looking homeless without the correct care and attention.

Just How Long Is A “Long” Beard?

Some fashionistas reckon a beard doesn’t begin to be officially classed as “long” until it reaches six inches in length. That’s really pretty lengthy when you think about it. We would tend to half that. More than three inches is a long beard. That’s a tad less than the length of a credit card.

Anything above that is long right? Three inches of facial hair will take the average male around two months minimum to grow. That’s your goal, you long beard wannabe you. So let’s get to it.

How To Grow A Long Beard

So if it takes a couple of months to begin to look like the shaggy style icon you aspire to be, you need to be on top of your developing beard right from the get-go.

Keep your developing beard in good condition with regular washing and a daily application of beard oil. Once you’ve lathered the oil on, give your beard a comb and a brush every day and moisturise with beard balm. That way the hairs will be encouraged to keep growing in their intended direction.

While you’re at, don’t neglect your moustache. For any long beard style, the ‘tache area is an essential element of the eventual style. It’s best not to trim it until you’re ready to shape the entire beard. That way you can fully craft the entire creation into the facial ornamentation you crave.

When you do reach peak length, start trimming and shaping slowly. You can always go back over - in fact several small sweeps are recommended - after the initial snipping.

The au naturale long beard

Now, you can just let a beard grow and do nothing with it to achieve the full-on hanging long and loose look. But you’ll look like a hobo. Indeed, an entry in the Urban Dictionary (bible of slang) describes the Hobo Beard as “a bird nest-like mess” that “closely resembles untamed pubic hair in texture and appearance”. Not really a look to go for.

Therefore, to pull off the au naturale beard, the essence is putting in the required effort to make it all look entirely effortless.

It’s a wild style. Your cheeks, chin, neck, jawline and sideburns will be grown out and you don’t need to pay too much attention to modifying the length of any area.

You’re letting the world know that your beard is just something that has happened, and continues happening. And that you haven’t given it a second thought. But, of course you have. In reality.

For the au naturale, you will need to adopt a rigorous routine of washing, moisturising and conditioning with beard balm and beard oil. Comb it out every day. You may wish to keep your sideburns trimmed a little shorter - perhaps even fading upwards towards your hair. You may also want to snip stray hairs from around your mouth. But that’s pretty much it.

The Viking beard

A Viking beard can be epic, perhaps a little intimidating but that was always the intent. A Viking beard is the epitome of virile masculinity. It encapsulates everything wild about the race who once rampaged across Northern Europe from the 7th to the 11th Century.

If you’ve been binge watching Vikings on Amazon Prime you’ll already have an idea of the style you’re hankering for. Like us, the Vikings went through facial fashion fads and fades. Goatees and lone moustaches had their place in Norse society, but it is the flowing warrior beard for which the Vikings are revered.

How To Grow A Viking Beard

The modern incarnation of the Viking beard is long and full and worn in a natural fashion. It can be combed or left largely to its own devices. If you do opt for unkempt unruliness keep it carefully under a modicum of control behind the scenes.

There is a clear crux to a Viking beard. A resolution you will need to make right at the very outset and keep under review during the long weeks and months in which you’re growing the beard of barbarism. It will be long.

Just how long should a Viking beard be? But more importantly, just how long are you prepared to commit to? Your Viking beard will have to be at least six inches long to even consider being worthy of the descriptor. 

Vikings didn’t do things by half though, so you’ll probably have to double that. A foot or even two may be your final goal.

In the midst of battle, Viking combatants would tie their hair and beards in braids to keep them out of their face. They also wore jewellery in their flowing facial locks.

You won’t be tying any Viking beard braids in a six-inch long effort nor affixing many beads to it. So for authenticity and to boast of Viking looks, you must aim for peak length.

Many Viking beards are grown to terminal length for maximum impact. Terminal length applies to every hair on your body and is the point at which the hair will grow no more.

If your genetics and how you care for your hair dictate, the terminal length of your beard could be up to 36 inches. That’ll stretch to your belly button and some beards can even extend to the belt region.

How To Style A Viking Beard

A Viking beard may be unruly but it does require styling. There are variations of the Norse form and if you’re going to experiment with Viking beard styles, start with the bushiest before you start trimming or you’ll have to reenter the grow zone.

The “Bare Viking” style originates at the sideburns which are kept relatively shorn. Above them, the hair extends through a fade up to a long top. Downwards from the sideburns, the length extends incrementally before flourishing into the moustache and chin areas which are kept long.

A “Square Viking” beard extends as a big block down and out from the cheeks with a relatively squared-off chin area. This style will fill out the narrowest of faces.

A “Full Viking" beard works exceptionally well with a full moustache where the upper lip hairs are extended outwards to sit atop the rest of the beard. Grow and train your moustache sideways somewhat to an inch or two of length.

To braid or not to braid is the crunch question for the Viking beard wearer. Authenticity dictates that you must braid occasionally to be deemed worthy of daring to name your beard after the fearsome Norse warriors. Mix it up.

You can go single braid below the chin. You can go double braid extending down from the tip of your chin. Or you can go “pony” and point the whole thing downwards and together into the beardy equivalent of a ponytail.

The Harden Beard

James Harden of Brooklyn Nets basketball fame is as renowned for his beard as he is for his prolific scoring record.

So much so, the shooting guard can boast that his beard style now bears his name.

Harden has sported a lengthy beard since his college days shooting hoops. Back then, he was rather trimmed and even flirted with clean-shaven spells. By the time he had won gold at the 2012 Olympics though, James Harden was sporting the majestic beard we see today.

The Harden look still varies depending on the mood of the man himself but it is his full beard styles for which he is revered.

The length is at least five inches and it is a purposeful unruly affair, furry and full-on , but clearly well maintained.

Harden and his fuzz earn their place in this the hottest beard styles of right now, purely because the Harden beard has become his entire trademark.

It is one of the most famous beards in the world. “Fear the Beard'' has become a trademark with the basketball star’s features adorning t-shirts, posters, baseball caps and even bedspreads. Now that is precisely the stratosphere to which you must aim when growing your own Harden beard.

The final word on beards

Here’s the bottom line with beards. They’re like skinny jeans or outlandish shirts - you don’t know if you can wear one until you try it on.

And that doesn’t mean just a cursory glance in the changing room mirror while your other half hovers holding your coat, uttering encouraging words. 

You need to know if you can wear a beard and wear it in your chosen style. Only then will you truly know if you can carry facial cladding with panache, or simply enter a facial hair nightmare, and become that weirdo with a beardo that little kids point at.

You can flex your beard style. Try different types of beard styles. As with a hairstyle, the difference between a bad beard and a good beard is merely a matter of weeks.

Also remember that pulling off the complete look can depend on picking the right men’s haircuts with beard - as a sum total. Neither can go in isolation, be it buzz cut with beard, a short haircut with beard, or long haired rocker with matching beard.

So go for it. Dare to breed the beard.

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