Whether you like to keep your facial hair thick and bushy or opt for a shorter mustache, the way that you shape it can make all the difference. It's not just about keeping your hair clean and moisturizing regularly, but also ensuring that it looks well-groomed by lining up your beard correctly. By lining up your beard, you can avoid a scruffy appearance and instead create a polished look that's well-groomed, masculine, and sophisticated.
To line up your beard, first comb it thoroughly with a wide-toothed comb to get it looking neat and tidy. Then, use a pair of grooming scissors to snip off any stray hairs that are longer than they should be. Afterward, wash your face and dry it with a towel.
When it comes to a beard line up, the goal is to create a defined jawline and to eliminate the excess hair that hangs below your neck. To do this, start by imagining a "U" shape that starts behind each ear and sinks down below the jawbone. Ideally, the tip of this "U" should land just above your Adam's apple.
From there, simply trim or shave off the hair that is below the beard line to leave you with a sculpted and chiseled face. The rest of your beard can then be left alone to grow freely and naturally, forming a fuller beard that's shaped into a more rounded contour of the face. The result is a refined and masculine look that leaves a positive impression on everyone who sees you.