What's your beard type?
Before you begin your transformation into a Ruddy man, it's best to know what kind of beard you have now. Click on a beard type below, and we'll suggest some good starting points for your adventure.
This type of beard is your typical beard. Connecting sideburns to the rest of the facial hair, as well as having a continuous mustache attached to the unit, this beard can be close-cropped up to a half-inch or so of hair.
For the man with the fortitude to stand the test of time. Although a longer, fuller version of the Basic Beard, the man who sports this style exudes an aura of patience. Typically, anything beyond a half-inch or inch of growth constitutes the length of a Long Beard.
This "neck beard" has all of the characteristics of the above styles with one major difference: this beard lacks a mustache. A normal Neard can be the length of a basic chinstrap, close to the skin, or it can have the length of any Long Beard.
Beard supplies aren't just for full facial fur. No matter the size or surface area of your beard, the hair it's comprised of needs conditioning and care. The Goatee maintains the area of the chin and upper lip, though a mustache isn't necessary. As for length, The Goatee generally stays short (under a half inch), but the chin portion can grow as long as the wearer decides.
This style generally keeps the close-cropped chin hair of The Goatee (however, chin hair is not the necessary or definitive feature of The Vendetta), but adds a much fuller, more stylized mustache. With more length that carries the 'stache beyond the upper lip's horizontal frame, a more robust wheelhouse of style is available to the man who sports it.