The stiletto beard
Rounded at the sides and perfectly pointed at the end, the stiletto beard is one of the tougher beard styles to achieve – but it looks great when combined with short hair. It isn't the most common of beards either, but then, with two months of growth required to achieve it, that might not be too big a surprise.
The stiletto beard can be recognised by the central point at which the wearer's chin hair concludes, but it's easy to underestimate the work that goes into creating this style – such as the two deep 'U' shapes that you will also need to trim under your mouth in order to draw the eyes downwards.
Suits: The stiletto beard is a good counter-balance to round faces, and amps the jawline for those of us with square faces. If you have an oval or long face, beware the lengthening – you’ll want to go for beard types and styles that add more width to your jaw.