One of the most popular beard styles among men is the chinstrap beard. This beard pulls out from one side of the face to the other including the jawline and the chin. Chinstrap beards have been in trend since the late 18th century and are still very popular among people with all possible variations.
What Does A Chin Strap Beard Looks Like?
The beard surrounds your face from temple to temple and encircles the chin. It is usually very short: about 3–5 mm. It needs constant trimming and shaving. You will be keeping the area above your upper lip and your cheeks cleanly shaved, while trimming the “strap” to keep it the right length.
Chin strap needs to be trimmed at least twice a week. Don’t forget to keep the checks cleanly shaved. Make sure to control the length of your chin strap. Once it starts growing too long, it will smoothly turn into a chin curtain which is also a good beard style, but it makes a completely different impression.
Who Should Try A Chin Strap Beard?
A chinstrap beard is perfect for men with square faces since it softens the jawline. There are different variations of the chin strap. Some men prefer making it wider and longer. For example, you can make the area around your chin a bit wider, while the sideburns are kept thin.
The width of the chin strap should depend on your face type. If your face is wide and rounded, then the beard should be thicker. A lean and angular face means your strap can be quite thin. In fact, anything goes as far as you are doing the regular trimming. Once you start overgrowing the hair or letting stray hairs appear on your cheeks, the style will be lost. So, if you are not ready for daily care, choose a beard, which is easier to maintain.
How to Style a Chin Strap Beard?
The best way to style your chin strap is to have it professionally done, at least in the beginning. To grow a strap-style beard, you first start by growing a full beard, and you want the hair to run from the left to the right. It will take about a month or so to get to the ideal length.
At that point, head to the barber or the stylist. You want a professional to carefully outline the shape and style of your chin strap. Once you have the initial form, you can trim it yourself using a sharp, durable beard trimmer. Just remember that you don’t want facial hair anywhere else on your face unless you decide to pair your chin strap with a mustache.
Is a Chin Strap Beard in Style?
This is a hard question. The best answer is probably “no,” the chin strap beard is not in style, but that’s mainly because it gets a bad rap. You can bring it back. I have faith in that. For real, a confident, charming, and stylish guy who splashes out with a chin strap instantly makes it look like it’s in style. That’s all that matters. Just take it back from the Nice Guy Brigade.
Tips to Pick the Right Chinstrap Beard
As long as you’re honest about what flatters your face, you can’t go wrong with your chin strap. It’s a versatile style that lends itself easily to nuance and customization. Give yourself a chiseled-looking jaw in spite of your round, cherubic face by shaping a sharp chin strap.
Emphasize an elfin inverted triangle facial shape by following the lines of your jaw with your facial hair. You can even make an undershot chin look more pronounced or hide a double chin.
Trendy and Simple Chinstrap Beards
Chinstrap beards are popular among all ages. But youngsters do love these styles the most. If you are older than to be called ‘young’ but want to look younger your original age then we suggest trying these amazing chinstrap beard styles. Below is a list of 100 evergreen chinstrap beard styles we have collected for you.
#1. Chinstrap classics
Classical chinstrap beard looks like a neat surrounding band which starts from your hairline, goes down your whiskers, around your chin and back up to the other side of your head. A mustache is allowed to be added as well, as well as some line that connects it to the chinstrap.
#2. Pencil chinstrap without a mustache
If you wish to have no beard or a very light beard, then get this style. The style has a thin pencil chinstrap beard extending evenly from the right jawline to the left through the chin. The mustache is clean shaved and the sideburns are thin and long connecting the jawline hair on both sides of the face.
#3. Thick chinstrap with a thick connected mustache and a chin goatee
If you wish to get an impressive look, style your beard this way. The style has a thick chinstrap with a thick connected mustache. The hair extends from a long jawline on one side of the face to the other via the chin. The sideburns are thick and long connecting the jawline at both ends. There is a well-trimmed strong chin goatee complementing the thick beard.
#4. With a pencil mustache and a goatee
It is an elegant style and has a pencil-thin chinstrap beard extending evenly from pencil-thin sideburns from one end of the face to the other via the chin. There is an evenly cut thin chin goatee which is connected to a thin mustache at both ends.
#5. With a disconnected pencil mustache
You can experiment with this look if you wish to have less beard. The style incorporates a pencil chinstrap extending from right jawline to the left through a thin goatee on the chin. The sideburns are thin and connected to the beard. There is a disconnected pencil mustache matching the chinstrap beard.
#6. Thick chinstrap with a thin disconnected mustache
The style suits all men and is thick and even chinstrap beard extending from right jawline to the left via the chin. The sideburns are trimmed and long connecting the beard at both ends. The mustache is thin and disconnected.
#7. With a thick connected mustache
If you want to have some beard on your face, try this look. The style has a thick chinstrap with a thick connected mustache. The hair extends from long jawline on one side of the face to the other via the chin. The sideburns are thick and long connecting the jawline at both ends.
#8. With a connected pencil mustache
In this style you need to grow pencil thin facial hair. The chinstrap extends evenly from right jawline to he left through the chin. The sideburns are thin and long meeting the beard. There is a pencil mustache that is connected to the chin hair with pencil hair lines on both sides.
#9. With a soul patch and without a mustache
It is a classic look and makes you look handsome. The style incorporates a thick chinstrap beard that meets thick sideburns on both sides of the face. The beard extends evenly from right jawline to the left via the chin. The mustache is clean shaved and there is a soul patch below the lower lip.
#10. Thick chinstrap blending with a thin chinstrap
Get a sporty look with this beard. The style incorporates a chinstrap of variable width. A thick chin strap connecting the sideburns extends towards the chin with the intermediary jawline hair as thin and a goatee at the chin.
#11. With a connected mustache and a soul patch
If you wish to get something different, try it out. The chinstrap beard style with the cheek hair can make you look different. It incorporates an evenly crafted design and thin chinstrap beard extending from the sideburns to the chin with a soul patch just below the lower lip. There is a connected trimmed mustache which blends in with the beard design.
#12. Designer thin chinstrap with a connected mustache
The style has an evenly crafted design and thin chinstrap beard extending from the sideburns to the chin. There is a connected trimmed mustache which blends in with the beard design with a thin hair line extending from lower lip to the chin in the center.
#13. With a connected pencil mustache and a hairline chin goatee
It is one style that can make you look quite different. This style has pencil hair lines in the facial hairstyle. A pencil beard extends from one jawline to the other through the chin. The sideburns are pencil thin connecting the jawline hair. There is a pencil thin goatee extending from lower lip to the chin hair in the centre.
#14. Blending thick and thin chinstrap with a trimmed chin goatee
This chinstrap beard styles the sideburn. It has an evenly varying thick and thin beard with a trimmed goatee at the chin. The sideburns are thick and trimmed connecting a thin and trimmed jawline. Mustache is clean shaved with just the connector hair meeting the chin goatee.
#15. Zigzag thin chinstrap with a light connected mustache
If you are a rock star and want a star look, go for it. This style incorporates an evenly crafted zigzag design and thin chinstrap beard extending from the sideburns to the chin. There is a connected very thin trimmed mustache which blends in with the beard design.
#16. Disconnected chinstrap with elongated sideburns and a connected mustache
It is a trendy style and great to grow. This is a trendy style has disconnected elongated pencil sideburns that extend up to the jawline. There is a connected pencil mustache that extends down to meet the chin hair line. The jawline is half shaved and half trimmed.
#17. Thick and rugged disconnected mustache
The beard style has a thickchin strapextending evenly from the right jawline to the left through the chin. There is a disconnected rugged uneven mustache and the sideburns are thick and long connecting the jawline hair on both sides of the face.
#18. With a thick connected mustache and a chin goatee
It is a style that suits some people only. In this style a thin chin strap from right jawline to the left is grown. The sideburns are thin, joining the jawline hair. There is a thick mustache connected to a strong goatee on the chin.
#19. Thick chin strap without a mustache
It is a chinstrap beard style that suits most of the men and is easy to maintain. The beard style incorporates a thick chinstrap evenly extending from right jawline to the left through the chin. The sideburns are thick and long connecting the jawlines on each side of the face. The mustache is clean shaved.
#20. Curved pencil chinstrap with a trimmed goatee
The elegant style incorporates a pencil chinstrap extending from right jawline to the left. The chinstrap is shaved in a nice even curve, down the jawline connecting a well-trimmed chin goatee. The mustache is clean shaved.
You can try chinstrap beard styles with numerous variations. This facial hairstyle can change your look as it gives a new fresh appearance to the face. Which one of these chinstrap beards is your favorite? Let us know in the comments.
#21. Curly chinstrap beard
If your hair is curly, then a pencil chinstrap might be hard to achieve. However, if done right, it will make your face look very neat. This beard requires careful shaving around the strap and further trimming of the strap itself.
#22. Thickening strap with mustache
This is an easier way to go about the chinstrap style. While thin straps are hard to maintain, a thickening hair band is easier to keep neat. By adding a neatly trimmed mustache you make this style look complete.
#23. Shaped goatee
Chinstraps look great with goatees. The main rule you must remember is the style should look neat. Straps mean careful shaving, so don’t ruin the look by messing up the goatee. Make it just as trimmed and neat looking as the rest of the beard style.
#24. Buzz with a mustache
Buzzy looking beards are always in style. Make a thickening strap and ask your barber to do short trimming of the hair which is left. Style the mustache in the same way. Make sure to maintain this beard carefully, otherwise it will loose the tidy look.
#25. Widening chinstrap with full mustache
This widening strap might seem a lazy way to go about a pencil chinstrap, but it is not true. You will not just be shaving off the unnecessary hair, you will be trimming the rest short. Making facial hair different in length is an art. Give it a try!
#26. Get creative
Wherever there is shaving, there is room for creativity. Add some zest to the simple strap by adding some hair in the middle. You will get a widening strap on your cheeks, which will smoothly turn into the classical chinstrap beard.
#27. Strap it on!
Straps, straps and straps again. Play around with the way you make them. Create a classical pencil beard and add a couple of parallel straps under your mouth. Make them seem as the continuation of the strappy mustache, which smoothly transforms into the beard.
#28. Wide classic chinstrap
Take a look at this photo. If you can achieve this look, you will really keep some heads turning your way. There are no thin strips here. Everything seems wide and natural. This style is hard to maintain on your own, so seek some barber help at first.
#29. Square goatee
Pencil strap beard might seem boring to some, so men created different variations. One of them is a square goatee, which seems attached to your hairline by a thin band of hair. This beard is easy to maintain, since the length doesn’t matter.
#30. Thin and dreamy
The thinner the band of hair is, the more intricate the beard will look. If you have become a professional in chinstraps, take on the challenge of making the thinnest ones possible. You are sure to get some appreciative glances.
#31. Angles and triangles
If your hair growth allows, you can use hair straps to create different geometrical shapes. Make sharp angles to create a very interesting look. You can experiment with squares as well as circles. Ask your barber to show you the way.
#32. Undercut transition
Your beard will look amazing if the smooth transition is made from the hairstyle to the lower part of your face. If you have an undercut, then a beard should be starting from the shaved part and continue down to the chin.
#33. Low chinstrap
This is a strap which doesn’t start from your hairline, but begins below your ears. This is an easy way to create a small chinstrap without too much hassle. The smaller the band, the less maintenance it will require.
A mustache is not required to be a part of your beard. In fact, a detached mustache might even be more stylish than the attached one. Such style will make you look younger, so do a good job with shaving off all the stray hair.
#35. Low half moon
Another lazy way to go about creating chinstraps is styling the hair on the chin only. You can make the band just around your chin, which doesn’t continue up to the sideburns. The length of this beard should be about half an inch.
#36. Messy choice
A messy chinstrap is not very popular, but it is easy to take care of, so many men choose it. All you need to do is create at least some shape for your beard and then let it be. The shaped straps can grow long or stray, it doesn’t matter, the style is complete.
#37. Sparse pencil chinstrap
If your hair is not thick, then you can create a sparse beard. Be careful about such beards, they don’t look good on many men. Sparse hair is not something to flaunt. So, if you can’t show off thick hair, grow it a little longer to mask the sparseness.
#38. Long and straight chinstrap veard
If you don’t want to go for neat trimming, you can make a long chinstrap. Shave the hair neatly around your beard and make a thin, but long strap on your sideburns. The beard on your chin can be quite long. But give it some shape to maintain the overall neat appearance.
#39. Down the neck
If you decided to grow a long beard, then a chinstrap can be forgotten. However, you can keep the strap together with some hair down your neck. Just make sure to neatly trip the chin part and let the rest grow as long as you wish.
#40. Thick buzz
If your hair is thick, then making your beard neat is a real challenge. You will have to play around with different type of buzzes, since long hair will not look tidy. Leave some buzz in place of a mustache as well to complete the look.
#41. Very thin
The thinner you go, the more fashionable your chinstrap will look. Take a good look at the photo. This beard might seem simple, however, it is rather hard to create. You will need to have certain trimming experience to keep this stylish beard intact.
#42. Voluminous chinstrap
This style might look far from a thin strap you are used to seeing. But if you take a close look, you will find similarities in trimming. The neat voluminous strap is created by making careful outlining and clean shaving. Give it a try if you like large beards.
#43. With a thick disconnected mustache
It is a great style and has a thick chinstrap beard extending evenly from the right jawline to the left through the chin. There is a disconnected strong mustache complementing the beard and the sideburns are thick and long connecting the jawline hair on both sides of the face. Check our post on chin curtain beard style.
#44. Add some hair
A simple thin chinstrap looks great, but sometimes it gets a little boring. So, how do we diversify it without making the style harder to maintain? Add some hair below your lower lip. It will look stylish and won’t require any additional care.
#45. Delete the mustache
Mustache doesn’t look too good on your face or you just want to go for something creative? Delete the mustache. The chinstrap with connecting lines will look truly unique if you take the mustache out of the picture. Give it a try!
#46. The neater chinstrap, the better
The chinstrap you see on the photo is extremely neat. Such beard style is almost impossible to create on your own. But it is really worth going to the barber. Leave this style for special occasions and you will leave the girls breathless.
#47. No beard, no problem
This creative style takes the chin hair out of the picture. The sideburns are outlined, the mustache is neatly trimmed, but the beard is missing! It might seem like Photoshop creation, but this is what makes the look so unique.
#48. Surround shape up
Shape up haircuts are quite popular. If you are about to go for one, add the chinstrap beard and you will look amazing. Make sure to keep the shaved parts the same width and the style will seem symmetrical and complete.
#49. Thin and fun
This easy to make thin chinstrap is created on the lower part of the chin, instead of the tip. It might be hard to create on your own since you will need additional mirrors to see what you are doing. But the result is truly special.
#50. Cute and simple chinstraps
This simple and classical chinstrap can be made by just any man. All you need is a good trimmer, a razor and a mirror. Start with this beard style before going for more complicated options.
#51. Sharply Defined
Woof! Pairing a chin strap beard with a mustache is a sexy way to make it more modern—and more fashionable. Notice how the scruffy strap follows the keen lines of the jawbone and the curved point of the chin. That’s how you make this beard look divine, gentlemen.
#52. Fuller Strap
This strap has some fullness to it, particular along the sideburns and the cheeks. Its thickest point exists right over the jawbone. See how you can shape your strap to contour your face?
#53. With the ‘Stache
I really can’t overemphasize how attractive a strap looks with a mustache. Even with a fuller, thicker chin strap, such as the one pictured here, a connected mustache brings together the entire aesthetic.
#54. Strap Scruff
Keep your chin strap beard at a seven o’clock level of shadow and scruff. There’s just something about scruffy facial hair that exists somewhere between simple stubble and a full beard. I’m a fan of that little soul patch, too.
#55. Artistic Chin Strap
I mean, not everyone can pull off a Seneca Crane chin strap, but if you’ve got the cajones to give it a try, the pay off is big. At the very least, you’ll pull all the Hunger Games fangirls.
#56. Sleek and Fun Chin Strap
This one is a cool and funky chin strap beard style with a connected mustache and beard. The hairstyle that goes with it here is even more and the rough presents a contrast with the neat beard. The beard and the mustache both have neat and sharp lines which make the overall look even more attractive.
#57. Rough Fuller Around The Chin Style
This chin strap beard is rougher and more grown than other chin strap styles. It has a laidback and friendlier feel to it which makes you look a lot less intimidating. This easygoing beard style is totally your thing if you do not want a very sharp chin as the hair is fuller over there. The sharp edges at the ends of jaws make sure that you do not look too ordinary.
#58. Cropped Short Chin Strap
If you want a barely there trace of a beard and it to be short than this is the best option for you. It suits the facial hair with lighter color shades even more. The beard does not have any sharp lines or edges which makes you look frank and easy to approach, so try this out and see how many new friends you make.
#59. Very Thin And Sharp Beard
If you do not like facial hair that much, but still want to have a little hint of a beard this barely-there chinstrap beard is great for you. The beard shaving is thin and has very sharp lines. The mustache is even lighter and is not connected with the beard.
#60. Slightly Grown and Fuller Chin Strap
This one is an absolute favorite of men who do not want to look too intense. The beard is slightly grown and is fuller around the jaw and chin. However, the sides are shaved so finely that they are sharp and give a lot of character to you. You can rock this style even if you do not want to grow your mustache.
#61. Wide, Wild and Artistic
This beard is unique and is a perfect mixture of sharp and rough. The hair is allowed to be thicker around the jaws, but there are clean patches hairless of skin at the chin. This one is a cool and impressive beard style for those who are up for an unconventional beard.
#62. Clean Jawed Chin Strap Beard
This is a fun and cool chin strap beard style as the jaws are shaved off completely with some hair on the chin. The hair there is a little long and is thin. The mustache is sharp and thin too which makes the overall look dramatic and grasps the attention of people wherever you go.
#63. Short Around The Jawline, Longer At The Chin Beard
This is a unique beard style where the hair along the jaws is cropped short. The chin has broad and long hair which makes you look stylish and trendy without having to go out of your way. The mustache is disconnected so there is lesser facial hair around.
#64. Thin Stylish Chin Strap Style
Here is a fine line of beard running along the jaws and across the chin which instantly attracts everyone’s attention to you. The light patch of hair under the lower lip and the sleek and sharp mustache give you a classic look. You can surprise everyone with your cool fashion sense with this one, so do give it a try!
#65. Unconventional And Stylish Beard
The chin strap beard here is surely a work of art. The broader patch of hair near the ends of jawline creates a very trendy and fashionable vibe which goes perfectly with the curving of hair and sharp angles as it goes towards the chin. The mustache is fuller but well maintained and adds more charm to your personality.
#66. Slightly Tapering Chin Strap Beard
Tapering and beards have gone well together for as long as one can remember. The slight tapering of the chin strap as you go towards the ends of jawline at both sides is quite stylish and fun. The light and very short mustache which is disconnected from the beard looks exquisite too.
#67. A Neat And Very Light Chin Strap
This light and stylish chinstrap beard is your next style update for the season if you want to keep minimum hair on your face. The beard and mustache are both very light and short except for the chin part which makes adds more character to this style.
#68. Thick And Long Beard
This one is a natural chin strap beard style for African-American men who like to keep braids or locks. The Beard is mid-length and has no sharp trimming or edges which is a casual and easygoing style that you can easily pull off.
#69. Chin Strap With A Light Stubble
For this one, you do not have to shave every day as a light stubble enhances your appeal and attractiveness. The beard is modern and uniquely styled which makes you stand out from other men in the surrounding.
#70. Full Stylish Chin Strap Beard
A longer and fuller chinstrap beard is totally your thing if you love growing your facial hair. This goes well with all kinds of hairstyles and quite finely shaped after a proper trimming while keeping the beard long enough.
#71. Pencil Chin Strap
This is one of the lightest and finest chin strap beard styles, which you can go for. The line of hair along the jaw and chin is so fine that it seems to be drawn with a pencil. You can rock this one to look cool and stylish.
#72. Thick Chin Strap With A Goatee
This is an impressive beard style, which needs a prior knowledge of chin strap beards. The mustache is thick and is connected with the beard in an attractive manner.
#73. Pencil Chin Strap for Egg-Like Faces
The people with an egg-shaped face will love to own this look. You will need a professional hairdresser’s help for this one. Also, make sure that you have sufficient hair off pull off this look.
#74. Pencil Chin Strap with Disconnected Pencil Mustache
This is a fine line of hair running along your jawline, which needs expert styling. The light goatee makes this style even more impressive and irresistible, so go ahead and try it.
#75. Natural Neck with Trimmed Cheeks
Men sporting a square jawline can adopt this style and rock it like a star. The chin needs frequent trimming to stay in shape while the neck has a natural growth of hair. The beard seems very natural and makes you look friendly and kind.
#76. Thick Connected Mustache with Thick Chin Strap
The men who have thick hair which grows out profusely will love this style. The thick mustache and beard look nice and the sideburns add all the necessary details making you seem like the truly confident man that you are.
#77. Thick Colorful Chin Strap
The usual chin strap is grown up to the length that you prefer and then it is dyed with an appealing color. The resulting look is fashionable and refreshing, so you must try this one for a style update this time.
#78. Connected Pencil Mustache with Pencil Chin Strap
For this one, you need to have very light hair which has perfect sideburns. It all really comes down to the expertise of your stylist as you need to have your pencil mustache connected with the beard too.
#79. Thin and Thick Chin Strap
This chin strap beard style is quite different as the beard is thick at some points and considerably thin at others. A small goatee makes this much more attractive, so you must go for this one.
#80. Professional Chin Strap
This is the perfect look for corporate world people who want to look stylish yet practical at all times. This one needs a lot of detailing and trimming on the part of the hairstylist.
#81. Pencil Chin Strap and Mustache with A Hairline Chin Goatee
This one is all about sharp pencil lines from a very thin and fine mustache and beard to a pencil goatee, all of which are connected nicely. You can definitely look cool and well-groomed in this one.
#82. Light Connected Mustache with Designed Chin Strap Beard
This impressive and attractive beard with chin strap is cool with the zigzag design running along it. The sideburns add more detail and charm to it which make it even trendier.
#83. Thick Chin Strap Without Mustache
This is clean and well put together beard style with no mustache. The chin strap is allowed to grow thicker and needs frequent trimming.
#84. Elongated Sideburns with A Disconnected Pencil Chin Strap
This particular look is so cool and unconventional that it needs the courage to be tried out. The thin mustache and chin sharp are disconnected above the upper lip. The sideburns are elongated are not connected to the beard as well.
#85. Moustache-Less Pencil Chin Strap
This is the perfect beard style for men who have a lesser growth of facial hair. It fits the needs of those perfectly who do not have much time to spend on their hair for maintenance too. You can easily have and live with this beard style without having to step out of your comfort zone.
#86. Thick Chin with Thin Sideburns
The sideburns are super thin with the beard going thicker around the chin. The mustache is light and stays disconnected with the beard adding more focus on the chin area. You will surely look great in this one as it suits all face cuts and hair types.
#87. Chinstrap Beard for Black Guys
This lovely chinstrap beard is perfect for black guys who have thick and hard curly hair. It is continuous with the hair of the head and the mustache is not connected, which makes you look sharper.
#88. Thick Stubble and White Short Hair
White color beautifies the chin strap beard like nothing else. You can try this one to uplift your personality and charm to be more noticeable wherever you go. This is perfect for you if you are in your middle age and want a stylish and trendy look.
#89. Sharp Mustache with An Acute Trim
This one has a very pronounced jaw with thin sideburns around the edges. The sharp trimming of sides makes it a modern, sleek and impressive beard style for the men of today. The light and semi-connected mustache make you look even more stylish and bold.
#90. Thick Chinstrap Beard
Whether you are a professional or a young man, can rock this look with a thick chinstrap beard. The sideburns are thick too, but they are well shaped and the mustache is connected with the beard. The chin goatee is also thick and makes the overall look quite pleasing and impressive.
#91. Connected Pencil Mustache
This one has a very sharp beard and mustache which are connected with each other. It needs regular shaving and trimming as any hair growth on the face other than this will result in a loss of sharpness that this look brings to you.
#92. Designer Chin Strap with a Connected Mustache
If conventional and boring beard styles are not your thing then this beard having designer chin straps is your best option. The beard is trimmed in a cool design and needs professional assistance. The thin mustache grows long and touches the beard at the jawline.
#93. A Light Connected Mustache with Zigzag Chin Strap
This is the go-to style for you if you are looking for a cool and highly impressive beard. This zigzag beard has a very rock star kind of vibe to it which is enhanced further by the light and sharp connected mustache.
#94. Curved Pencil Chin Strap with A Trimmed Goatee
There is a fine pencil chin strap in this one with the shaved mustache. The goatee is thick, curved and stylish as it curls down to your chin and connects with the beard. The thin and classic sideburns are what you really need to work on with this look.
#95. Chin Strap Goatee
It is a nice beard style with fine beard and mustache, which are connected at the jawline. The light goatee adds more appeal to your overall look.
#96. Thin Chin Strap with Goatee And Fade
The beard and goatee are really short and light with an added bit of a fade. You will look well put together and ever-ready with this one, so do give it a try.
#97. Chin Strap with A Disconnected Mustache
The sleek chin strap has thin and finely trimmed sideburns which run down towards the chin and get thicker. The sharp mustache perfectly complements your face if you do not have very thick eyebrows.
#98. Thin Well-Trimmed Chin Strap Beard
If you want to keep your face free from much facial hair and want just a thin line for a beard then this is the beard style, which you should go for.
#99. Short Trimmed Chin Strap and Buzz Cut
This is a really cool and bold style with a sharp beard and even sharper buzz cut to give you an intense look.
#100. Chinstrap Beard with Crop Top Fade
This is a modern and impressive combination too with both the beard and the haircut being unique and stylish. You can attract and impress everyone in a gathering with your chinstrap beard style.
While chin straps are bound to make you look younger, chin curtains provide a more solid and respectable look. So, do some experimenting with the length and choose which group you belong to.
Chin strap beards are very popular nowadays. Those who know at least something about beards will really respect you for spending the time to keep your chinstrap neat and stylish.