Van Dyke Beard’s Variations – Great Coming Back


Disconnected Without Point Ends

This design lacks the essential connection between the goatee and the handlebar, but it still looks very elegant. It also has no pointy ends, and the goatee has an Old Dutch curtain appearance as well.

Full Beard and Chin Puff

Another perfect idea of how to wear your full facial hair. It’s medium in size, but it’s all connected. It also has a beautiful chin puff, however, which helps spice up the look.

Rockabilly Beard

If you have full facial hair and want a low-maintenance beard style, then this rockabilly model should be tried. It has the classic goatee and mustache from Van Dyke, but it also has neat sideburns and a soul patch that helps to accentuate the overall look.

Naturally grown

This style’s full facial hair makes it look very polished. These strands are growing in a perfect pattern, and you don’t have to make any precise cut to create the style as a few trimmings will be enough for some uniformity.

Box Shape Beard

This style is typical of Van Dyke, but it has a box shape that makes it look modern and distinctive. The sides also have a clean shave to ensure that your refined style does not attract attention.

Cute and Neat French style

Some men prefer to keep things short and straight, and it’s especially those who don’t have a big moustache, so this design works perfectly for them. You just need to keep a short goatee to create it and keep the sides at a level that will make them look like you haven’t cut them for a few days.

Fresh and Relaxed

While this beard style does not have the exact lines of other Van Dyke designs, it has a unique, relaxed and clean look that makes it look very natural. There is no clean shave on the sides, but they are short enough not to interfere with the beard design.

Extended goatee

In this modern variation, you only need to extend your goatee a bit towards the area that your sideburns usually occupy. You should also blunt the whiskers, and by changing the shape of your goatee, you can vary the look.

V-shaped goatee

This style is perfect for men with full facial hair and nutmeg. It’s also very easy to create as you just need to give it a rasier outline and slightly reduce the sideburns. You should finish by giving a V-shape to your goatee.

Balbo with Small Goatee

A Balbo is perfect for anyone wishing to add some additional girth to their thin frame. It consists of a small, round goatee and neat whiskers, but there is no connection between the two. This style also has a small patch of soul which adds to the look a twist.

Moustache, Soul Patch, and Stubble

This style’s beauty comes from combining a pointed French mustache, a smooth soul patch, and a medium stubble. It also has a small goatee as well as a fancy one that helps spice up the look of Van Dyke.

Classy Van Dyke

This beard has the traditional classy style that Van Dyke himself would expect to see. The level of detail and precision is very impressive in the shaping of the goatee and the moustache. And the clean sides help to keep all the beard style attention.

Funky Hipster Look

Such a hipster look is ideal for any gentleman who wants to keep up with the times and consists of funky whiskers and a short but smooth chin beard.

Hollywood Beard Style

This design consists of simple but very short sideburns connected to a simple beard. It’s not a very attractive design, so it’s going to be perfect for a man who wants a simple everyday look.

Imperial Van Dyke Design

Another example of modern-touch classic Van Dyke facial hair. The modern look comes from expanding on the sides of the goatee, but classic should be the handlebars.

Bearded Villain

Villain looks very trendy, and if you can be patient enough to grow your beard for a few weeks or months depending on how fast your hair grows, this modern design can be created. It still has the Van Dyke connection between the handlebars and goatee, but the hairs are more complete than one would expect, and that’s what the villain looks like.

Polished and Chunky

What makes them look edgy is the volume of the disconnected facial hair in this style. Even though they don’t have perfect outlines, they still look very cute and that’s what makes it worth trying out.
A Van Dyke beard is the best thing your facial hair can ever do. And contrary to what most people think, as you can create several different looks, it’s very versatile. The above are a few examples of what you can do to create a sophisticated look for a gentleman.

Short Ducktail Design

Another twist of the full beard look is a short ducktail, which can also be used to create a Van Dyke look. You should cut your facial hair short to make this design, but make the goatee’s bottom look like a duck’s tail.

Gentleman Look

One of the things that makes this style perfect is the disconnection in the mustache. It also has a short goatee curtain and sides that are cleanly shaved to create an elegant look of gentlemen.
Prev1 of > Next The beard of Van Dyke is named after a painter of the 17th century who was famous for paintings on religious and royal themes. Van Dyke preferred to paint men with a specific hair style that included a pointed mustache and a short pointed chin beard. Though very popular in this style in the 18th century, it is coming back slowly but with several modern variations to make it look trendy. Below are some pictures of some modern ways of wearing this beard.

This beard style is very easy to create if you have full facial hair. You just need to shape it and trim it slightly with scissors to give them a consistent look to create this look. You should leave the chin beard a little longer, though.
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Classy with Sideburns

This design is made by sideburns. Not only do they make it look modern, they also offer a stylish option for men who wouldn’t want to get rid of all the hairs on their face sides.

Neat and tight

How a small patch of soul can make a big difference is amazing. Despite not being the center of attraction in this style, it helps spice up the linked handlebars and the short goatee.

Short French Stubble

Short stubble is just a full beard variation with the only difference being that it keeps the hair very short. Besides this, there are also blunt handlebars and a patch of soul that make it look very adorable.

Full Goatee and Moustache

While it looks slightly unkempt, it still makes a beautiful style. And the good thing about this is that it’s very easy to achieve because you just have to let your goatee and moustache grow.

Blunt and Grown Out

Modern styles have no specific parameters to match, so this one keeps the connection between the mustache and the chin beard, but it is grown to make it look natural.