Moustache And Beard Styles

 

Shahrukh Khan’s macho stubble look in Jab Tak Hai Jaan, made us hunt for some of the sexiest beard & moustache styles that you can try this winter. We believe styled beard/moustache can be termed “HOT” and not ‘douche’ when done the right way. We are aware of the nightmare of a beard styling gone wrong as well.. So, before you go for these styles, make sure you have a stylist you can trust with these styles and not end up clean shaved!

 

 

The Pencil: Remember Clark Gable? The classy Pencil Moustache is as classy as ever and adds a suave accent to your look. It’s masculine with a hint of sophistication!

 

The Guy Who Rocks It Best: Orlando Bloom

 

 

Moustache With Goatee: A guy with a goatee is always attractive. The goatee adds the required amount of fun to your look and makes you a little more approachable while still keeping you handsome and boyish to some extent.

 

The Guy Who Rocks It Best: James Franco

 

 

Stubble Look: This laid back look can be carried off with ease and without much upkeep. The forgot-to-shave look is rugged and timeless.

 

The Guy Who Rocks It Best: Brad Pitt

 

 

Full Beard: Sounds appealing already? You don’t need to shave every second day, you can sit lazy all day and simply wear a tailored jacket to dress up instantly and change the lazy dude to a super stylish man!

 

The Guy Who Rocks It Best: Jake Gyllenhaal

 

 

Photo Credits: thenumber1.com, artofmanliness.com, thatfilmguy.net, weeatfilms.com, postnoon.com, hairpedia.com, upi.com

 

Posted By: Bishakha De

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