Facial Hair Styles for Boys

For some Boys, facial hair is not an area of concern, but others are more creative to create new facial looks. Facial hairs can be used for showing a creativity and to hide facial flaws. we are presenting you some of the creative mustache and beard styles. We hope you will love it.

Circle Beard

The circle beard can also be called as door knocker, as it is achieved when beard of chin and mustache are connected with the sides of the mouth. Mostly boys think that it is an style of mustache with goatee that is not attached to each other. Similarly, length can be added for a round face.

Circle Beard

Circle Beard – Source

Goatee

Goatee means facial hairs grow on the chin only. Goatee is very common in boys and also known as Van Dyck, a mustache with a beard of chin not attached with each other. For round faces, it can be a better option it can be grown with length and width.

Goatee

Goatee – Source

Balbo

This style is similar to the Van Dyck. It contains a mustache with goatee but not connected to each other. for this style, goatee can be grown from an upside-down. You can achieve this look by growing your beard for few weeks, then shave the sides, and start trimming to shape the hairs.

Balbo

Balbo – Source

Chinstrap

This style comes with extended hairs on the downward sideburns along the jawline connecting at the chin. This style can be adopted with or without mustache. Chinstrap is a common style in hip hop culture

Chinstrap

Chinstrap – Source

Horseshoe

This style resembles to horse shoe. This style can be adopted by growing full mustache vertically, extending downward from the lips’ corners and ending at the jawline. Sometimes, people are confused by comparing this style with Fu Manchu, but it looks different.

Horseshoe

Horseshoe – Source

Facial Hair Styles for Boys