The Goatee Beard: How to Grow, Trim, & Best Examples

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If you’re thinking of growing a goatee beard, you’re in for a stylish look that’s both classic and contemporary. While the goatee is one of the oldest facial hairstyles around, it’s still popular today. In this blog post, we’ll discuss how to grow a goatee beard, how to trim it, and some of the best examples of the style. Let’s get started!

What is Goatee Beard?

The goatee beard is a style of facial hair that includes hair on the chin, but not the cheeks. The mustache may or may not be connected to the goatee. This style gets its name from its resemblance to a goat’s facial hair.

Different Types of Goatee Beards

There are a few different types of goatee beards you can try.

  • The Full Goatee: This style includes hair on the chin and cheeks, with the mustache connected to the goatee.
  • The Van Dyke: This style is similar to the full goatee, but the mustache is not connected to the goatee.
  • No Mustache: As the name suggests, this style includes hair on the chin only.
  • The Circle Beard: This style includes a goatee and a mustache that forms a circle around the mouth.

Facial Shape & Goatee Beards

The goatee beard can work with almost any facial shape. However, there are a few things to keep in mind.

  1. If you have a round face, you may want to avoid a full goatee as it can make your face look even rounder.
  2. If you have a long face, you may want to go for a full goatee to add some width.

How to Grow a Goatee Beard

If you’re growing a goatee for the first time, give yourself at least four weeks of growth. You may need more or less time, depending on how fast your hair grows.

Once you have enough growth, it’s time to start shaping your beard. We recommend going to a barber or stylist for the first time to get the perfect shape.

Once you have the initial shape, you can then maintain it at home with a trimmer.

Supplies Needed to Trim a Goatee

Before you start trimming, make sure you have the following supplies:

  1. A good Quality Trimmer
  2. Sharp scissors
  3. A comb
  4. LED Mirror(optional)

Steps to Trim a Goatee Beard

Now that you have everything you need, follow these steps to trim your goatee beard:

  1. Start by combing your beard and mustache hair down. This will help you see where the hair is longest.
  2. Choose a le Length. We recommend starting with a longer length and then trimming down if necessary.
  3. Shape the sides of your beard. Start by trimming the hair along your jawline. Then, work your way up to your cheeks.
  4. Trim the mustache. First, comb the mustache hair down. Then, trim it to the desired length.
  5. Connect the mustache to the goatee. If you’re going for a full goatee, you’ll want to connect the mustache to the goatee. Use your trimmer to create a clean line.
  6. After you finish trimming, comb your beard again and check for any missed spots. Then, you’re done

Note: Don’t forget to use beard oil or balm to keep your beard healthy and hydrated!

How To Style a Goatee Beard

Once you have the perfect goatee beard, it’s time to style it. Here are a few tips:

  • Use a medium-hold beard wax to tame flyaway hairs and add some shape.
  • For a natural look, use your fingers to style your beard. For a more polished look, use a beard brush.
  • If your beard is looking a little scraggly, try trimming it shorter.

How To Clean and Maintain a Goatee Beard

Cleaning and maintaining a goatee beard is important to keep it looking its best. Here are a few tips:

  1. Wash your beard with a mild shampoo or soap. We recommend using a product specifically designed for beards.
  2. Be sure to rinse your beard thoroughly after washing.
  3. Use a conditioner to keep your beard soft and hydrated.
  4. Apply beard oil or balm to help tame flyaway hairs and add shine.
  5. Comb or brush your beard daily to help distribute the natural oils.
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Cristian Lungu
Cristian Lungu

The best thing about being a barber is that every day I’m in a new environment with different people. From finance to firefighters, lawyers, and coal miners... I get the opportunity to make someone feel good about themselves.

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