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  • Full Beard | Beard and Moustache
    upper lip Cheek line of the beard is natural but you have to choose a neck line to fit you The neck line can t be too high You can have an all natural full beard but it is better to trim it The most important thing in having a full beard is keeping it clean Most men wash trim and comb their beards for the best result possible Interesting

    Original URL path: http://beardandmoustache.org/hair-style/full-beard (2016-02-15)
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  • Pencil | Beard and Moustache
    shaven gap between the upper lip and the nose Pencil moustache is really thin so it has to be clipped closely It is difficult to trim and clip this type of moustache and the final look doesn t fit everybody It is considered elegant and rather fancy Interesting fact The Pencil can also be lenghtened with thin vertical extensions grown on the corners of the lips and down the sides

    Original URL path: http://beardandmoustache.org/hair-style/pencil (2016-02-15)
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  • Jawline | Beard and Moustache
    Long sideburns come together at the chin making a jawline which connects both sides of the face Jawline is a strip of beard that runs from ear to ear The beard can be wide and then it is basically a full beard without the mustache but it also can be narrow You can choose the width of jawline and trim it to match the shape of your face Sometimes the

    Original URL path: http://beardandmoustache.org/hair-style/jawline (2016-02-15)
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  • Fu Manchu | Beard and Moustache
    Popularity 1 Grow and care difficulty 4 Fu Manchu is a moustache that grows above the upper lip only but its whiskers are very long and extend down each side of the mouth down to the to jaw and sometimes the moustache hangs past the jaw line Fu Manchu is similar to Horseshoe moustache but ine Fu Manchu the sides along the mouth remain clean shaven Interesting fact Fu Manchu

    Original URL path: http://beardandmoustache.org/hair-style/fu-manchu (2016-02-15)
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  • Mutton Chops | Beard and Moustache
    extend to the corners of the mouth are commonly known as Mutton Chops This type of facial hair is popular among artists and musicians and it is not an every day normal look Mutton Chops aren t difficult to grow but can be problematic when it comes to grooming and trimming them Interesting fact The easiest way to grow Mutton Chops is to grow a full beard and then shave

    Original URL path: http://beardandmoustache.org/hair-style/mutton-chops (2016-02-15)
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  • A La Souvarov | Beard and Moustache
    Home A La Souvarov Hair type Moustache Sideburns Popularity 2 Grow and care difficulty 4 A La Souvarov is a combination of moustache and sideburns sideburns curve downward toward the corner of the mouth and then curve upward into the

    Original URL path: http://beardandmoustache.org/hair-style/la-souvarov (2016-02-15)
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  • Soul Patch | Beard and Moustache
    Soul Patch is the hair growing in the area immediately under the middle of the lower lip It is a patch o facial hair between the lower lip and chin You can set the size of this facial hair style

    Original URL path: http://beardandmoustache.org/hair-style/soul-patch (2016-02-15)
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  • Handlebar | Beard and Moustache
    care difficulty 2 Handlebar moustache was popularized in Italy It is a long and upward curved moustache type which is not as common nowadays as it was in the 20th century Handlebar is bushy and has to be worn long enough for the ends to be able to be curved upwards You can curl it using moustache wax or hair gel Sometimes natural curling works just fine Interesting fact This

    Original URL path: http://beardandmoustache.org/hair-style/handlebar (2016-02-15)
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