2) Next is the soul patch with the growing van dyke or growing anchor beard. This look comprises of a triangular or rectangular patch of hair below the lower lip right at the centre. It is surrounded by some beard hair that faintly resembles a van dyke or anchor beard. Although this look is suitable for when you are growing out a beard, it has become the style for the year with celebrities trimming their beards to get this look. It has a boyish charm to it.
3) The next most popular look is the stubble and soul patch look. In this look you need to grow out a nice basic designer stubble and your chin area will comprise of a centre piece soul patch. This look is often flaunted by celebrities and is very effortless. If you are growing out a beard or your growth is patchy around the chin to grow out a Van Dyke, this will do justice to your face!
Your soul patch should be small. It can be triangular for men with a pointier chin area. Other can opt for rectangular, square or a very rugged casual shape if you can carry that off.
4) Next look is the soul patch bearded look. This look is characterized by a fully grown out stubble, almost a beard especially for men with scanty beard growth and a nice soul patch. The best aspect of this look is that the soul patch need not be a clean cut. Also the region around the patch need not be clean shaven. Just a mild trim will do just fine.
This look is perfect for men with scanty beard growth or men growing out a beard but going through a rather patchy phase.
5) Finally, we have the have it all bearded look. This look is characterized by a beard surrounding a nice clean clearing with just a soul patch at the centre and a nice basic or handlebar moustache. This look requires trimming skills as the area between the soul patch and beard will have to be a good clean shave however it is totally worth it.
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