Salt and Pepper Beard is the more extended version of the 3-day and, at the same time, the precursor to the actual whole Salt and Pepper Beard.
After only two weeks of beard growth, your face will look more masculine and distinctive with it. Unfortunately, many men neglect any beard care with this Salt and Pepper Beard, although this is already necessary with such a beard length.
A little beard oil can work wonders for an itchy beard and make the beard smooth and supple. Then use a trimmer to keep the beard the same length and to define the contours.
The 10-day beard looks good and doesn’t require a lot of effort, but at the same time, it’s nothing special, which is why you can see it everywhere.
However, it is perfect for getting used to the idea of a long beard and at some point transforming the 10-day beard into one of the many other beard styles.
Salt and Pepper Beard or as a precise chin contour combined with a moustache. It takes a lot of practice and time to get the Salt and Pepper Beard right as it is made up of many different beard styles such as chin strap, goatee, soul patch, and moustache. The chin section runs upwards only a few centimetres to maintain the anchor shape. For the anchor to be recognisable as such, Beard must regularly retrace the contours, and hairs that are too long must be trimmed.
Depending on the moustache’s length, you may have to help with a moustache wax to keep it in shape.
The complexity in combination with the maintenance effort is probably also the reason why the Salt and Pepper Beard is relatively seldom seen.
On the other hand, a perfect anchor beard is all the more impressive and stands out from the crowd.
You don’t have to make your way to the port to get some anchor beard inspiration. Many celebrities like Hugh Jackman or David Beckham already wore it and can serve as a template for your anchor beard.