Classic facial hair styles
A "full beard" is one which shows full, unmodified growth on all available areas of the face and neck, including the moustache, chin, sideburns, and cheeks. The term five-o'clock shadow refers to stubble which is very short, apparently only a few hours' growth as it would look at 5 PM after a man shaved that morning. Charlie Chaplin was the first famous man to sport this look, and his popularity circa made the toothbrush style fashionable worldwide in the early 20th century. However, Adolf Hitler 's adoption of the style from onward eventually led to a distinct association between the style and the German Nazi leader. Resultantly dubbed the "Hitler moustache" in the public consciousness, the style faded from popularity after and was nearly extinct after World War II. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.