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A "full beard" is one which shows full, unmodified growth on all available areas of the face and neck, including the moustache, chin, sideburns, and cheeks.
Facial hair growing only from the chin directly beneath the mouth. This is meant to resemble the hair on the chin of a goat. Also called a "chin puff" or "chin strip.
A goatee in which the moustache is allowed to connect to the hair on the chin.
A beard style incorporating hair on the chin but not the cheeks.
An elaborate growth of sideburns which grows larger towards the chin, resembling a mutton chop (cut of meat with a bone sticking out).
Originally known as "Burnsides", sideburns are the patch of hair in front of the ears which connects a beard to the hair of one's head.
Related to sideburns and muttonchops, but considerably more extreme. Classic sidewhiskers hang well below the jawline. They may be connected via a moustache.
The Soul Patch is the area just below the lower lip, not including the hair over the chin. This style of beard is often grown narrow and sometimes made into a spike.
The Van Dyke style is a type of goatee in which the chin hair is disconnected from the moustache hair. Often the two patches are shaped and styled independently of each other, sometimes with the chin being made into a narrow oval shape and the moustache flared out like a Handlebar style. This style is sometimes called a "French Beard".
The Zappa style consists of a wide soul patch and full moustache that extends slightly downward past the corners of the mouth. Named after American musician Frank Zappa.