If you’ve been bearded for a long time and are already on another level among the lumberjacks on duty, you must be tired of looking for beard-cutting tips and always falling for the same models, right?
Well, as good connoisseurs of the subject and with many years of beard, Burnt Whiskey experts decided to prepare this post just for you, who want to change the look, but with something innovative and advanced. So, without further ado, check out the cuts below and let the barbershop get started. Can we start?
Get to know advanced beard cuts so no one can go wrong
So, because these models are considered advanced and somewhat detailed, in general, they require a greater volume on the face, in addition to daily special care, and, preferably, they are done by the hands of professionals. Knowing that, let’s go to the examples!
Among the beard cuts, we can say that the gradient, in addition to being one of the most irate, is also a true work of art. After all, as the name suggests, it is a volume and shade variation, but without using dyes or any product to give color.
Everything is just in the fur! That is, guys start by trimming the sideburns and gradually increase the volume up to the chin onwards. You can put a more straight line on the lower part of the face and very straight lines on the side finish to make it even more perfect. The beard is perfect and goes well with those who have gray hairs too because you can play with the shades.
Much more than a mustache, the Beardstache would be a “beard mustache”, literally. After all, this cut concentrates a beautiful volume on top of the mouth, but without forcing that Leoncio-style look, understand? In general, this style does not give up the rest of the beard, but you can use it very close to the face, practically shaved.
On the other hand, some like to leave more volume on the face too, as long as the focus is always on the mustache. To do this, always try to trim at the height of the mouth (just so the wires don’t bother or even cover the lips). However, you can let it grow at will on the top and sides, always controlling to maintain a balance. If you want to stand out, even more, use a product to shape the ends!
3. Goatee Beard
While looking simple and a good option for those who have flaws or holes in their beard, the good old goatee can also be a very advanced alternative, depending on the volume and style you want to flaunt. Since there are no amateurs here, we’ll assume you have plenty of chin hair.
Therefore, you can bet on more aligned cuts and modeling, of the square type, or leave a more triangular line, with volumes concentrated in the chin and tapering to the tip. Finally, you can also send a more revolt style with long strands, in the style of James Hatfield, from Metallica, who often appears with the big goatee.
4. Full Beard
Among the beard cuts, the full beard is one of those that we consider that the guy doesn’t know how to play! After all, it’s volume to show off, and the coolest thing about the style is that you can “play” in different ways since you have plenty of hair on your face.
The full beard can gain different styles according to the design of the face, such as trimming the sides and leaving most of it concentrated in the lower region (good for those who have a more oval or rounded face) or letting it grow evenly (it can fall well on faces more squares). The thing here is just having a lot of volumes, in that lumberjack footprint, you know?
For this, it is very important to worry about the hydration of the wires, maintain daily maintenance, cherish hygiene and always take care of alignment!