It is also referred to as the perfect five o’clock shadow as it presents as an even darkening in the lower third of a man’s face.
The long stubble is slightly longer than the medium stubble, measuring about 6 mm and to achieve this look an adjustable beard trimmer, set with the built-in guard at the back will work best.
A beardsman who chooses to sport the long stubble style is also encouraged to trim the stubble just so that the overall look remains consistent.
Stray hairs must be removed using scissors or a precision trimmer.
Again, any hair that grows above the lower third of the face and below the top of the Adam’s apple must be gotten rid of.