5 OClock shadow razor
"A favorite of the red carpet Hollywood set, the stubble beard adds an air of bad boy rebellion. But it can also be a difficult style to manage. The beard’s short crop requires near-daily maintenance to achieve that “I-just-woke-up” look. Stubble is a great way to slim the lower half of your face and to highlight your cheekbones. Men with particularly square or angular faces can further emphasize their face shapes with this particular beard style. Think George Clooney, Jack Gyllenhaal and the master of stubble House actor Hugh Laurie." *
The 5 o’clock shadow or stubble beard of today is smart and well-groomed. It requires a little effort on your part to maintain as the first two days are easy. Simply avoid the the razor for 48 hours (one day if your hair grows fast). Then create a lower border by shaving along the line where your chin meets your neck and remove all hair below it. There’s no excuse for an unkempt neck so keep it clean men. Remember a good shadow is sexy – scruffy is definitely not.
Using a trimmer, clip your whiskers to a nice, uniform length. Along the edges of your beard, choose a setting that is one step shorter than before. This will blend the edges to create a more natural stubble beard look.