How to create a stached stubble

You've wondered for years what you would look like with lip fur, and now that the 'stache is back, there's no better moment to find out.


Want to show off you facial hair, yet also like to sport the stubble look? With Stached Stubble, you get to do both. As the name suggests, it's a proper mustache - of your choice - sitting atop your beard stubble. This is a nicely flexible style, because you get to select the mustache that suits you, plus the stubble length you want. And if you're busy, it doesn't take long to redefine your mustache lines - after which you can just let the stubble grow another day. What's not to like?

1. Comb your beard and mustache neatly downwards

2. Decide what kind of mustache you want, and define its outline with a precision shaver attachment.

3. Trim the rest of your beard down to light or heavy stubble. Optional: shave your cheeks and neckline for a more maintained look.

4. Tidy up hairs around the mustache outline.

5. To define the shape of your mustache, apply mustache wax or pomade.

Styling/maintenance of the Five O’clock Shadow

Use your Stubble Trimmer Pro to maintain the length and keep the edges of your beard neat. Repeat Step 3 as needed for a clean neckline.

From zero to sexy: the Five O’clock Shadow in a nutshell

Nothing says “I didn’t sleep at home… or alone” like the Five O’clock Shadow beard. From Clint Eastwood to George Clooney, Hollywood has turned stubble from an everyday guy’s everyday struggle into the epitome of cool.


72 Hours Later - The 3-Day Beard

There is some debate as to whether or not the 3-Day Beard is a face full of glorious stubble or just a baby beard. We like to think of it as the Five O’clock Shadow’s big brother beards –and who wants to break up a family?

Like any big brother, the 3-Day Beard has been around a bit longer, is a bit bigger and looks a bit rougher. It can also do everything the Five O’clock Shadow beard can do, but better.