The best and worst part about being a guy is being able to grow facial hair. Once you hit the age where you can grow a beard and a moustache it’s a big deal.
Once that achievement has entered the books, much time is taken up sculpting it into various formations.
Interestingly enough, those variations of facial hair formations can change up your appearance in a big way – much like choosing a hat, hairstyle, or sunglasses. But what to choose?
Much like fashion, for some the choice depends on current social trends – but in this current period, personal style is more important than following what other people tell you to do.
While the debate of whether a beard should be shaved off is currently on the rise, there are men who still keep theirs growing long.
Along with personal style, there’s the factor of facial shape and culture.
But when you’re set on what looks good on your face, how do you pair it with sunglasses? Usually stylists recommend sunglass shapes according to your face, but having facial hair significantly changes that up.
For example, men with a square face look better with round glasses. And if you have a round face, more angular or square-looking glasses tend to complement it well. However, certain facial hair styles can change the shape of your face, and they also introduce another layer of style to account for.
Some created a nifty guide to help you decide on which pair suits you better.
Have a standard beard or a full beard?
What’s your moustache situation?
I’m sure that has helped you out with your little problem. Now pop over to the best sunglass retailer in town and get yourself a pair of frames – for even though it’s winter, those rays reflect tenfold on the wet tar.
See all the facial hair / sunglass options HERE.
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