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He sports a shaved head and a chin curtain beard.
The Shenandoah tends to be somewhat longer than the chin curtain.
Chin curtain: similar to the chinstrap beard but covers the entire chin.
Other names for this style are chin curtain, Donegal, Lincoln and spade beard.
The chin curtain beard is a particular style of facial hair that grows along the jaw line and covers the chin completely.
Brett: sometimes described as earlobe to earlobe, it is similar to the chin curtain beard, but does not connect up to the sideburns.
Chinstrap, chin curtain and brett are all variations of a jawline beard with distinctions being chin coverage and sideburn length.
In addition, many chin curtain beards do not extend that far below the jawline, if at all, whereas all chinstrap beards generally do.
VIEW All THE ABOVE Chin curtain beard.
After years in the style wilderness the sort of bushy beard that takes weeks rather than days to grow, from the plain old full beard to mutton chops or a chin curtain, is back.
Sideburns can be worn and grown in combination with other styles of facial hair, such as the moustache or goatee, but once they extend from ear to ear via the chin they cease to be sideburns and become a beard, chinstrap beard, or chin curtain.
Patchy or sideways hair is a big topic on sites such as BeardCommunity.com and Beards.org, where wannabeardees seek advice on everything from neck beards to uneven growth to appropriate terminology (soul patches, chin curtains, fus, friendly mutton chops — there’s a name for every speck of hair that grows on a man’s face).
The chinstrap beard is a type of facial hair that extends from the hair line of one side of the face to the other, following the jawline, much like the chin curtain; unlike the chin curtain though, it does not cover the entire chin, but only the very edges of the jaw and chin.