Look Manlier With Stubble

Outfit Ideas For A Man With A Beard

Look Manlier With Stubble

The plain old stubble has always been a mark of one’s manhood. Stubble gives a man a perfect balance between looking like a man who’s been up for more than 20 hours and an over excited boy who just started getting his facial hair. The short facial hair will continue to be a foundation for men all over the world who want to pull off the rugged look with class.

Countless men and celebrities have mastered the art of having the stubble look in the past and continue to do so today. It’s high time that you learn how to have your own great stubble, so here’s a guide that’ll walk you through all the important steps required to get stubble.


The Importance Of Stubble

No matter how hard you try to get the perfect look, it all comes down to how generous nature has been with you. If you’re not blessed with enough facial follicles to get the required look, you will have to work with what you’ve got. On the other hand, if you have enough follicles, your stubble will greatly enhance your facial features—or hide them—by accentuating the lines of your face.

If you lack a chiseled jawline, your stubble will help you get that highlight at the front end of your face. On the other hand, larger men who have the issue of their necks blending into their chins can use the stubble to fix this.

Owning The Stubble

Getting the perfect stubble is easy but requires some work. Once your beard has grown to about 2 to 3 mm, you’ll have to get an adjustable beard trimmer with an adjustable guard that can provide you with pre-set shaving depths. Clippers with a short guard can do the job as well.

Trim your beard under decent bathroom lighting so that you can get the best results. While trimming, always make sure that you’ve trimmed well around your neck, sideburns, chin and under the ears. Hair is usually left uncut at these regions, and we don’t want you to have a face with improper stubble.

Once you’ve reached the desired look, wash your face to remove the cut hair and dry off with a towel. After that, get a pair of grooming scissors so that you can clean up the ends of your moustache that a trimmer is usually unable to cut. The same needs to be done at your Adam’s apple, and, in the end, check if you have any stray hairs and remove those as well.

It depends entirely on your rate of hair growth, but the stubble trim is done around every 2-4 days by most men. If you leave it any longer, you’ll be entering into the bearded zone.