Jaylen Brown with No Beard (Gallery)

Written By Bakes

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The power of images is its ability to mark time, therefore all images which sees Jaylen Brown with no beard documents his time as a high school athlete.

In real time we have seen the athlete go from clean shaven look, stubble to his current trademark bushy beard.

Our editorial team has visually documented all moments clean shaven as well as, capturing the evolution of his most recent look.

Jaylen Brown with No Beard & Beard Gallery

No Beard

During his years as an athlete in high school Jaylen’s look was a conservative one. Jaylen Browns Hair was short in a medium afro with 0 facial hair.

Jaylen Brown with No Beard in 2014

What’s even more interesting is a common practice we see amongst athletes who often sport short buzz cuts and crew cuts at the start of their careers.

As time goes on, many of them seem to embark on a journey of hair growth. Look at similar trajectories, James Harden Hair and Anthony Davis Braids.

Both athletes starting the league with short hair, only to grow it out later.


Jaylen Brown with No Beard in highschool

Short Beard, Stubble & Chin Hair

As time past we would begin to see Jaylen move from the clean shaven look to the natural next phase, baby hair on chin and then stubble which he kept for a while.

Stubble in 2016

Training, games, and recovery all take up a substantial part of athletes’ schedules, which is why we see stubble be favoured as a low maintenance facial hair look.

Here’s how to get stubble, whether that be light, medium or heavy stubble.

Full Beard and Long Hair

Today his trademark look is the full bushy beard that is complimented by his braids.

jaylen brown beard

His beard is often faded for a contrast look making it more distinctive.

Allen Iverson’s decision to wear braids back in 2001’s all-star game resonated with many individuals, particularly those from urban and African American communities.

Full Beard and Long Hair

Kawhi Leonard Hair, Paul George Braids, Joel Embiid Hair, all the result of Iverson’s boldness back in 2001.

All the players named above, including Jaylen look completely different in comparison to their draft dates, a theme common amongst athletes.

Here’s How to Maintain a Beard

Were willing to bet that if you asked most people what looks better, clean shaven or beard the answer is most likely to be a beard.

Growing one out takes patience, the 2nd stage is maintenance.

Regular Grooming

Setting a routine is important as this is what will keep your grooming habits a part of your lifestyle.

Use a good quality beard trimmer to maintain an even length and shape. Not all beards are made the same BUT, they will all follow the same principles so make sure you keep it groomed!

Nourish and Hydrate

Its very easy to forget the skin under your facial hair as its not exposed as it used to be. Ensure your hydrating this area.

This not only prevents itchiness but also tames any unruly strands.

Massage beard oil into your beard and skin for that extra dose of care oh and ensure the beard oil doesn’t irritate you. I found out the hard way when I used castor oil.

Comb and Brush

Regularly comb or brush your beard to distribute natural oils, prevent tangles, and give it a neat appearance.

When you’re aiming for a big, full beard, these tools are your best friends. Just remember, gentle strokes are the way to go – treat your beard like the treasure it is!

Beards can only achieve the desired look when its well kept and maintained. Yes athletes tend to have the privilege or having personal stylists and barbers, that doesn’t give you any excuse not to care for yourself!

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