Different Kinds of Facial Hair

20 Nov

There are many different kinds of facial hair and all of them depend on where in the area of the face they can be found. Facial hair can grow in the upper and lower lips, the chin, cheeks, and jaw lines and just below the hair line and some other areas.

With all these styles, proper care and consideration must be taken when you are choosing a style that will go perfectly with your face. These hairs can be styled in many different looks and there are many available, low cost, low maintenance tools that you can buy in any beauty store. With all these tools, a slightest change or tweak can bring about a major change.

Let us enumerate and discuss the different kinds of facial hairs:

Those tiny, small grouped hair that can be found on the upper lip is what is called mustache. Incredibly, with that small area, it can come in staggering different kinds of styles. It can be worn as the main facial hair by itself of it can co-exist with the beard, which will be explained later in the article. Some of the famous mustache style is the “Walrus”, “Pencil” and the “Handlebar”.

 

Those hair that grows downwards from the hairline is what they call sideburnd and it is another well known type of facial hair that many men wore.Depending on the width or length of the hair, there are many different ways you can wear sideburns. There are types that can only span from the ear level and is long enough to reach the jaw. Some others can be long enough that can be upgraded to becoming a beard.

Beard is the first thing that comes to mind when we say or talk about facial hair. Of course, mustache too, but beard really is much more prominent. Having a beard is the most common way of having a facial hair that can also be associated to you as being a fashionista.This type of hair grows along the jaw line, chin, cheeks or the neck area. So, having perfect features of this body parts makes you a pefect candidate to sport a beard. Mustache can be styled in many different ways, this is most definitely applicable to beard too.

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