Facial hair can be an excellent way to shape your face, appear older and more sophisticated, and is a great stylistic choice for personalizing your appearance. But sometimes people can go overboard when grooming the hairs growing on their faces. Here are 11 interesting and unique facial hair styles that are sure to have you scrambling to find your razor.
We understand that you love your college, but this is taking that appreciation up a notch. Shaving your beard into the Tennessee Vols famous “T” lets the world know that you bleed orange, and that you probably lost a bet.
Some may consider the curly-q mustache a throwback to a simpler time. Well, new times call for a new curly-q. By straightening out the mustache hair and inserting it into your nose, you are setting a new trend and giving your mustache a home inside of your nostrils.
Do you have so much facial hair you don’t know what to do with it all? Try making holes in your beard. That way, if someone wanted to throw a ping-pong ball at your face, you can give them targets to shoot through.
Tired of your curly-q mustache blowing in the wind? By growing a curly-q with your cheek hair, you can save yourself the hassle of uneven hairs sticking out and never have to worry about using mustache wax to keep your hair in place.
This style tells the world, “I don’t have just a patch of soul, I have an entire forest of it!” Let your soul fly free and dangle past your neck.
Most people are unhappy to find hair in their ears. This style grows out the mustache all the way to the ears, substituting sideburns for a thick line of hair that starts above the lip. But be careful, you may have some difficulty hearing.
When your scraggly beard becomes troublesome, one option could be to braid your facial hair. This easy to maintain style keeps your beard manageable, and would make Pippi Longstocking proud.
This style takes the classic Devil Beard (long mustache with a triangle beard), and puts a twist on it. By adding the curly-q to your devilish facial hair, you appear much more friendly and approachable than with the traditional devil look.
Popularized by Billy Gibbons and Dusty Hill of the legendary rock band ZZ Top, this look features a long, wispy beard that stretches almost to the belly button. Avoid soup if you have this beard, as you may unintentionally dip your facial hair into your food.
Which came first, the mustache or the beard? With this style, nobody will be able to tell because your mustache flows into your goatee and your goatee runs into your mustache.
Want more than one curly-q on your face but only have one mustache? Your answer is the beard mustache. This style lets your beard get in on the fun of a curly-q look, without the need to wax above your lip.
Maintaining your facial hair on a daily basis can help you avoid beard and mustache tragedies like these.