Undercut and beard
An undercut can help make thick hair manageable and easier to handle in the summer months while still maintaining a long hair flexibility. The undercut can be worn very long above or in more moderate lengths; it is entirely up to the individual. As long as there is a long upper and a shorter floor, you have an undercut. A lot of people keep their beards less than 10 inches long that choose this style.
Fade and medium beard
Crossfading allows you to get creative with a stunning transition to your beard. That can look good, no matter how long your hair is. A fade is a kind of undercut, but it takes it to another level. This works well for people who are knowledgeable about an edgy look that attracts a lot of attention. This kind of cuts can be very complicated and artistic if you want them. Expect more for a style that is tailor made for you.
Goatee and middle layers
A choppy and shaggy cut reminiscent of the Beatles’ goatee can be a masculine look that’s easy to care for and suitable for any job. Layers can shape your face for a stylish yet rustic look. Some even decide that the layers in the neck expand and fade.
Short and messy with a light beard
The rustic look is definitely in. But not all of us really want the amount of hair needed for some of the popular beard and hair combinations on the Fashion Runways. You can dress up this style in many ways by splitting your hair, spiking it, or creating textured waves. A light beard can only be shaving for a few weeks or a stylish goatee stubble.