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Any commander of the Northern armies, A. E. Burnside (or any other person) used to dress in “side-whiskers,” that is, hair that grew to the same level as the facet. This was regardless of whether he shaved. This type of beard was popular among yankees, who called it “burnsides” during World War II. The “vandyke,” a beard that is short and pointed at the chin, is a common look in France. These beards are a lot more popular than the beards found in the United States. This beard is named after Anthony Vandyke (the nice Dutch painter), who used to paint males with pointed, constrained beards.