25 Variations of the Van Dyke Beard – Great Coming Back

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The Van Dyke beard gets its name from a 17th-century painter who was famous for religious and regal themed paintings. Van Dyke preferred to paint men with a particular style of facial hair that included a pointy mustache and a short pointy chin beard. Although this style way very popular in the 18th century it is slowly coming back but with several modern variations to make it look trendy. Below are a few pictures of some of the modern ways to wear this beard.

# 1 Blunt and Grown Out

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

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