The chin strap is one of the most popular beard styles due to its versatility and the fact that it suits almost all face shapes. Although it isn’t the easiest to maintain, on the plus side you can show more of your personality by rocking one of these chin strap beards.
Although it is more common to see guys with darker hair color rock the chin strap, that doesn’t mean you can’t pull it off if you have blonde hair.
Be patient in growing your beard to get a nice density and then trim it to keep it neat and nicely shaped.
When you’re blessed with voluminous hair, try growing your beard longer and pair it with a fade haircut that will enhance the hair on top and your beard by keeping the transition along with the sideburns very light.
The textbook chin strap. A simple brush up, sideburns that connect to the beard, and trimmed mustache and beard, it creates a well-defined jawline silhouette. This look is easy and versatile, you’ll look dapper for any occasion!
Having a goatee and chin strap is common, but combining it by simply growing your mustache and trim it to frame your mouth is definitely not basic. It will elevate your facial hairstyle.
If you’re one of those who don’t like to follow rules, make it yourself, just like this “detached” chin strap! The neatly shaved sideburns create more gradient between your low fade hair and beard that starts at your jawline angle.
It requires precision to have a well-groomed chin strap. However, that extra effort can definitely pay off. It can alter certain facial features by defining the borders of your face and covering up an unwanted double chin.
Some men are blessed with thick and rich facial hair and for those who aren’t, it is not the end of the world. You can still experiment with your stubble beard, styling it to frame your jawline in a flattering manner.
Why choose one when you can have both? You can experiment with contrast with your facial hair, just like the one above. Try pairing subtle mustache with thicker chin strap, and voila! You look fresher than ever.
Who says that fades aren’t restricted to hairstyles. You can try a combo of a fully faded hairstyle and beard that will look incredible for all face shapes. It’s low maintenance yet super stylish.
The word “scruffy” never seemed so sexy and masculine up to this moment. It is messy in a very attractive way, and you can definitely flaunt your manliness effortlessly with this particular style.
The chin strap sometimes just happens naturally in some people’s hair growth pattern and this right here might be pretty close to what that means.
Blending your fade and your beard has been so used recently I’m sure it’ll come off as a staple style of the decade. It looks especially neat if you manage to grow a beard as full as this one because it frames your face that much better.
I’m feeling the blunt and soft edges of this style. They give it a sort of edge that is hard to look away from.
This one seems to come together by following the jaw’s natural line. Super flattering and accentuating the best of their features.
Having no sideburns at the moment doesn’t need to shy you away from going with the chin strap beard! Your brain is trained to complete the patterns and that ability works wonderfully for this style.
On this very thin variation, we can observe how the chin area is left a little longer and messier. Spot on complement for the whole wavy medium crop look.
This is a good example of a longer, more ‘rugged’ style to go for. The mustache is kept shorter on purpose to allow the attention to linger on the chin and jaw.