An average beard
will begin on the neck at the (former) Adam’s Apple and go up towards the jaw in a “V” shape ending at the cheeck bone. It is considered more than average if
- the hair goes below the (former) Adam’s Apple
- if it spreads from one side of the neck to the other.
- If there is hair up on the cheek bones towards the eye, that is considered more than average.
An average upper lip will have hair that thins out toward the corner of the mouth. It is considered more than average if:
- If the pattern is mostly the same height all the way from the nostril to the corner of the mouth