If anyone’s ever called you The Chin, or compared you to Clint Eastwood (lucky you), you probably have a “long” face—wide jawbones that sit above your mouth, plus a deep chin that squares off at the bottom. (Contrast it with round/square face shapes.) As such, you’re probably best served by a full but narrow chevron mustache—which helps break up your face vertically but not horizontally—or a well-trimmed chinstrap beard, which enhances the volume of your long jawline without looking messy.
Another Guastella pro tip for beard growers: “Hair doesn’t always grow in evenly across your cheeks or jawline, or on both sides of your face. You might need to adjust your beard to hide those patches and ensure it looks symmetrical.”
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