A devilishly sharp look.
The Stiletto Beard, with its sharply pointed chin and sharp angles, has a long and checkered history. It made its first stab into the history books in the 15th century, when foreign aristocracy brought it to England.
Since that time the Stiletto’s slightly menacing silhouette has often been seen adorning the face of the Prince of Darkness in plays and artwork. One that point (pun intended) if you’ve got a sharp chin or angular face, the Stiletto is not the beard to sell your soul for.