HOW DO YOU “DO”? MEN STATUS

Facial hair styles are often started when the facial hair starts developing in the later years of puberty or adolescence, approximately between the ages of 17-20. Most do not finish developing until their early 20s or even later. Of course it varies.

Facial hair styles is also known as male pogonotrophy which means the growing of facial hair.

Facial hair styles for men come in a wide variety. Are you thinking what I’m thinking?!?! Can there actually be some styling involved in men’s facial hair styles? Yes, there absolutely can be!

The different types of facial hair styles are as follow: Beards, Mutton chops which are sideburns that get larger toward the chin, resembling a mutton chop, mustaches, goatees or sideburns, Soul patch or otherwise known as the “flavor saver,”Some refer to the cheek facial hair style as “whiskers,” or stubble. Choosing the best facial hair style is actually more than just letting the hair on your upper lip grow out.

There are several important things you may want to take into consideration before embarking on the tedious adventure of maintaining and choosing your facial hair style.

First you may want to consider if your significant other will enjoy/like the new found glory on your face. He/she may have sensitive skin and get what you call “whisker burn.” Secondly, you may want to consider the shape of your jaw line, the color of facial hair, texture, thickness of facial hair and fullness and size of upper lip area.

These are important because, for example, you can grow a mustache to help balance a large, round face. You can disguise a soft jawline with a beard. A Facial hair style that you see most common is the beard it’s a collection of facial hair that grows on the chin, upper lip, cheeks and neck of human beings mostly adult males.

One of the great things about facial hair styles is that you can change it up a bit. You can grow a full beard for a few weeks and maintain that style for a couple of weeks. If you get bored with that style, you can shave it up to be nothing more than a mustache of any facial hair style of your choice. You can also just shave it up to be what is called the soul patch. If you are looking for a great resource on facial styles and tips, vist this site on mens grooming.

Most people think that only men can have facial hair styles, that is a common misconception as women are able to grow and maintain facial hair styles as well. Not that they want too! Let me just say that for the record. Most women don’t wish to have facial hair.

Women typically have little hair on their faces, aside from eyebrows the regular body hair that covers most of their bodies. In some cases women have noticeable hair froth mostly though after menopause. Women don’t wish to grow that kind of hair out , Well most of the women I know, including myself don’t like to anyway! It depends on their culture. Next time you look in the mirror, ask yourself..how do you do?

First you may want to consider if your significant other will enjoy/like the new found glory on your face. He/she may have sensitive skin and get what you call “whisker burn.” Secondly, you may want to consider the shape of your jaw line, the color of facial hair, texture, thickness of facial hair and fullness and size of upper lip area.