What Beard Suits A Triangular Face?

With a triangular face, which is essentially the opposite of a ‘heart’ shape, the aim is to take the attention away from a more prominent chin.

The easiest way to do this is with a ‘beardstache’ (a moustache with a short beard or stubble). Once the preserve of Victorian strongmen, now a seriously cool look that’ll draw attention higher up the face.

With this hybrid style, avoid anything too full and thick on the cheeks, which will give the unwanted impression of an even wider jawline. “Keeping hair off the cheeks does allow you to bring some well-established sideburns further down your face,” advises Mills. “I’d be loathed to go too long on the chin. Instead, square it off at the bottom.”