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thanks man, i have recieved coments from parents and friends. most of them think i look better without a beard. i feel excited to have a long full beard for the first time. i will thanks.Grimers wrote: Nice update, dude! You have a lovely young man's full beard! No, you don't need to trim the sides. You could let the neckline drop a bit, but yes it does need to be maintained, at this stage. Have you received any comments? How are you feeling about being bearded? Keep growing and beard on! :D
ok i am very confused now. so you think i should make neckline like this? http://prntscr.com/hmkm4gjasjes wrote: If you like the Spade style, then start preparing for it. In this style, the massive amount of hair is in the front, not at the neck. You have an extremely heavy neck beard which is going to look good when you sport a long beard later in life. For now, keep the neck shaved and the length of the undercarriage at the neck short... tapered toward the long goatee.
The hairline below the neck in the first picture is steep and looks good for the Spade. Now, picture that line extended straight to the tip of your goatee. That is the Spade style. Also, it looks best to carve the cheek line parallel to the hairline below which would be easy for you to do.
The stache is looking better in this picture... have you done anything with it or is it just become more intense on its own?
Start telling everyone around you that you are starting to like this quite heavy beard coming on your face and that you fully intend to keep it growing to 3 months and beyond. It doesn't hurt to say that you have decided to style to a Spade beard as you grow beyond 3 months. Of course those beardless critics will not know that style, so explain it to them. The more positive words you use about how you feel with this beard, the more support you will get from others. Never tell anyone that you don't care what they think... make your comments only about how you feel. Given time, others will gradually agree with you.
The Spade is a more intentional looking long beard whereas the full beard has a heavier look. Your side pictures show the difference. Right now, your undercarriage is well covered and pretty much horizontal. Then your coverage has a very slight dip down and then angles up toward the ear. This is a natural line for you and it is the beginnings of your Spade style. Below that hairline is a heavy neck beard coming along, that if left growing, would fill in and give you an almost horizontal hairline from chin to ear. That is a heavy beard.Tryer wrote:
I did not think there is much of a diffrence comparing Spade and normal full beard. Do you have a picture that shows the diffrence? Do you think I have enough front hair for a spade to look good? Because honestly i have doubts about the front.. Otherwise i will just stick to neck hair and grow a normal full beard..
It might be, I guess there are less nerves in the scalp, but don't quote me on that, I'm not an expert on this matter. Nevertheless, your beard game is strong, it's very well and quite mature. You have many options in terms of style. Enjoy!Tryer wrote: I am not being an oversensitive person saying this but is it normal that it hurts when someone pulls you for beard? I mean if someone pulled me over hair with that force, it would not hurt.. Is facial hair actually more sensitive than head hair?