Lionel Messi And His Beard Style

Lionel Messi is one of the greatest modern football players.

The small Argentine has been making plays on the pitch that no one has before him.

Off the pitch, he’s been pulling off some interesting style choices.

The most obvious one is the Lionel Messi beard.

Ever since he started to grow his facial hair he’s been looking manlier than ever.

He was done with that nice boy routine and began growing his beard quite scruffy, like a real man.

There are as many layers as there are styles of a Leo Messi beard.

You can grow it shorter or you can go for a full untamed one and grow it longer.

Messi manages to move from one to the other without problems, but that doesn’t mean you can do the same as well.

For such a reason, we decided to get a closer look at Messi’s life and particularly his incredible beard styles.

Lionel Messi and His Beard Style

Apart from his genius in shot accuracy, passing abilities and dribbling skills, Messi has also recently revealed his deep passion in beard culture to the public at large.

Until a few years ago, Messi would appear clean shaven before any match – club or international.

However, he has pleasantly surprised his fans all over the world with his amazing beard style, creating a unique style statement for himself. His baby face has undergone a transformation, and his full beard style magnifies his manliness and maturity level.

Lionel Messi and His Full Beard Style

Lionel Messi beard style keeps changing from time to time; sometimes he is seen flaunting a goatee and beard combo, at others he keeps a full beard.

No matter what style of facial hair Messi sports, he looks gorgeous and macho in all his beard styles.

However, the style that brings out the best in Leo is the 3-day stubble beard look. If you are a die-hard fan of this brilliant footballer and his unique style, the following lines can help you get the famous Lionel Messi 3-day stubble beard look.

How To Achieve Lionel Messi’s Beard Style

Step 1

The first thing you need to do before getting any beard style is allowing all your facial hair to grow out. This may take as long as 4 weeks, so you have to wait it out but it is worth it.

Step 2

With the help of the cordless beard trimmer, even out the facial hair length. A good thing about trimming the beard before shaving is that it can help lower the chances of the hair being pulled or tugged at the time of shaving. It can also help in preventing clogged blades.

Step 3

Most trimmers come with an attached comb, so if you are using a trimmer with the comb attachment, remove it and then trim the beard for defining the shape. Make sure that the hair on the cheeks and the neck are kept short.

Step 4

While trimming; be careful that the symmetry is maintained on both sides of the face. Don’t trim a lot to get an even look. Check your face in the mirror every now and then while trimming so that you don’t overdo it.

Step 5

Next, to help prepare for the shaving process rinse the face using warm water as it will keep the hair hydrated. You can proceed with lathering the shave gel on those parts that you need to shave off completely, which includes the cheeks and the neck.

Step 6

Using a straight razor shave off the facial hair with gentle and light strokes. This will help you get a close shave.

Step 7

Don’t forget to rinse the razor blades at the time of shaving as it helps prevent shaving cream or hair buildup and clogging at the edges. Rinsing helps you get the best shaving experience.

Step 8

Now, using the razor, you have to define your neckline and cheek line and shape the edges. This requires precision and a steady hand, so you will have to work patiently.

Step 9

Finally, when you are satisfied with the trimming and shaving, you can wash your face with cold/normal water. Dry your face and apply aftershave lotion (hydrating) or beard balm to soothe the skin.

Remember to use beard oil or balm at least twice a day to keep the beard soft and moisturized.

As with any other beard style, maintenance is crucial because you cannot stop facial hair from growing. Regular trimming and shaving (areas that need to be clean shaven) will help you maintain this Lionel Messi 3-day stubble beard look.

You may not be blessed with Messi’s talent in football, but this beard style will surely help you get his looks.

Michele Antunes

About the author: Michele Antunes

Michele Meesh Antunes is the lady of the Beardoholic writers team and a genius when it comes to hair and beard styles that suit any face shape. She’s been a barber for years now and, no matter your personal style, she knows exactly what beard, hairstyle and length suit you. She brings the women’s perspective on beards, beard care, haircuts and hairstyles and male grooming.

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