If your beard doesnt cover your neck, shaving your neckline is still worth it. Doesnt mean you have to, by any means. You might prefer the shape of your beard without a shaved neckline.
When should I shave my neck beard?
The secret to maintaining a smart beard neckline is regular trimming. When the hair in this area has grown to 3mm or longer, its time to shave it off. Stick to our recommended technique, practice and take your time, and youll soon be confident enough to shape your beard neckline in a matter of minutes.
Where should I shave my beard on my neck?
0:065:20How to Trim Your Beard Neck Line | Jeff Buoncristiano - YouTubeYouTubeStart of suggested clipEnd of suggested clipYou want to do is trim the beard right above the Adams apple.MoreYou want to do is trim the beard right above the Adams apple.
What is a Neckbeard?
A pejorative term that entered the Oxford Online dictionary in 2014, neckbeard describes a physically unkempt man, so named because of his facial hair. Unlike the stylishly cultivated scruff worn by men at the vanguard of fashion, the neckbeard also has hair in places other than the face: notably his neck.
Can a Neckbeard look good?
Benefits of a Neckbeard If youve got a narrow facial shape, growing a neckbeard can help even make you look good. Thats because a neckbeard helps broaden the chin and balances the face more effectively. Like any beard style though, you have to make the effort to groom it so that it would look good.
What length beard is most attractive?
According to a 2013 Australian study, the most attractive beard length is heavy stubble, which comes after about 10 days of growth. Fascinatingly, heavy beards, light stubble, and clean shaven were all equally less attractive than heavy stubble.
Why is Neckbeard bad?
However, the neckbeard has come to be associated with personality traits rather than a style of facial hair. The strong negative connotations may leave you feeling concerned about your patchy neck hair. In the early stages of beard growth, its common for beards to be uneven, patchy, and thicker on your neck.
How long is the awkward beard phase?
around 2 to 3 weeks The awkward phase is a stretch of time around 2 to 3 weeks of growth where your hair is significantly longer than stubble but shorter than a typical beard. Its still a bit itchy and it can be hard to style to your liking. Getting through this phase requires time, patience, and commitment.