5 Halloween Beard Styles You Can Get

5 Halloween Beard Styles You Can Get

By: Beau Vuillemot • Oct 7, 2022

With Halloween right around the corner, you might be thinking of what to wear or what costume to put together. Once you consider every detail of your outfit and your makeup, there’s one more crucial step to consider: your beard! Here are some Halloween beard styles that are sure to fit with whatever spooky costume you’re wearing to your office party. 


It's a look that most men wear at some point in their lives, and it is tough to pull off if you don't have the right hair type. Teenagers or young adults usually wear scruffy beards, which can be considered sexy if done right, but look messy and unfashionable if done wrong. The scruffy beard is typically grown a little bit but not too much, so there are no lines on the face. The look may be scruffy, but it doesn't have to be dirty with our beard wash on hand.


The grizzly look is perfect for Halloween because it's scary, plus wearing a beard during the colder months is a great way to stay warm. How to get one? You let go and let grow. For your Halloween bash, rub your fingers through your beard hairs and wiggle them around a bit for a wild look. Make sure your beard stays healthy with our beard oil in cedar and pine scent. It will help your keep your facial hair moisturized and smelling great. 


Are you looking to have a little more fun this Halloween? The Punk beard is the look for you. Put on a black dress shirt and your favorite pair of dark jeans, grab some hair dye, and head to the nearest barber. Once there, ask them to give you a buzz cut – or shave it all off yourself. Then, keep your face clean-shaven, dye your beard black, and finish it off by styling it with our beard balm.


If you're looking for a full beard and want to go with the traditional option, this is the look for you. It's got a lot of volume, and it's great if you want to go old-school. The Pirate look can be styled in numerous ways, from the more extreme versions (think Captain Hook) to something that looks more natural and dashing. Either way, this style will take some time and commitment to maintaining.


This look is a little more dramatic than the others. It also requires a little bit more work to complete. Starting with your natural beard and mustache, you will need to add some fake hair. This can be done by using an electric razor or scissors to cut pieces of wool about three inches long, then use hair and skin safe body glue to attach these pieces onto your beard and mustache. You may also want to use some facial hair dye if your natural hair color doesn't match the desired color. You don’t have to stick with natural colors either, a mad scientist can have a more creative look!

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