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The Best Halloween Costumes For Bearded Men

Are you rocking a beard this October? Well, there’s some fantastic news: You already have a head start toward some of the best Halloween costumes.

Whether it’s for fun or a costume party, and whether you have a glorious mustache, stylish short beard, or a Gandalf-esque full beard, we’ll help you find the perfect bearded Halloween costume this year.

Check out these epic ideas.

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ZZ Top

With a name like Frank Beard, ZZ Top’s drummer can make for the perfect Halloween costume for men with medium beards. And if your beard is exceptionally long, Billy Gibbons — the frontman of ZZ Top — has an excellent beard style to complement your rockstar Halloween costume.

Related: The Best Beard Styles for Your Face Shape

Geralt (The Witcher)

We have a few great bearded Halloween costume ideas based on video game characters — let’s start with one of the most popular: Geralt from the Witcher. The game series was a cult classic for years, even before Henry Cavill’s portrayal on the Netflix series took the world by storm.

The groundwork for this costume includes long silver hair (either natural or a wig) and a short-medium graying beard.

Rick Grimes (The Walking Dead)

If you’re rocking a short beard and are a fan of The Walking Dead, Rick Grimes is an obvious choice for this Halloween. So start practicing your southern accent, grab your cowboy hat, and get ready — Sheriff Rick is ready to hit the streets, and he ain’t playing around. It’s a simple costume; besides the beard and hat, all you need is a button-up shirt, badge, and to get a little dirty.

Joe & Ellie (The Last of Us)

Another Halloween costume for bearded men that comes from a video game is Joel and Ellie from the Last of Us. It’s a simple, easy costume perfect for any bearded man with black or dark hair. All you really need is a checkered green shirt, first-aid kit, and brick (for Ellie) to complete this costume.

Ragnar Lothbrok (Vikings)

Do you have a long beard and undercut? It’s a popular style (and for a good reason) that many men are rocking this year. If you’re one of them, you can pull off the Ragnar Lothbrok look this Halloween. From the Netflix hit Vikings that millions watched and enjoyed, this costume will get you recognized. Plus, it’s an excuse to keep growing out your beard — we think that’s a bonus worth mentioning!

Kratos (God of War)

Here’s the perfect Halloween costume idea for you bald and bearded men out there: Kratos. God of War remains one of Playstation’s biggest hits, with fans of all ages and gaming habits.

The protagonist, Kratos, is a symbol of strength, and this costume is perfect for any bearded gamers out there. If you don’t feel like shaving your head, you can still pick up a bald cap to nail this Halloween costume for bearded men.

Related: Popular Long Beard Styles

Bob Ross

 A blank canvas on an easel

So you have a beard, but do you have an afro? Probably not, but that’s not a problem. Bob Ross is a bearded Halloween costume staple that everyone loves.

All you need is some casual jeans, a denim shirt, an afro (or wig — we don’t expect you to grow your hair and get a perm just for a Halloween costume!), and a paint palette. And if your beard isn’t starting to gray yet, a little temporary beard dye can help complete the Bob Ross look.


By now, most of us have seen DC’s hit movie Aquaman. Not only was the movie great, but we believe everyone can agree that Jason Momoa made for an epic character. So why not take advantage of that epicness for Halloween this year?

If you have the hair and beard and don’t mind splashing some cash on a more involved costume, Momoa’s Aquaman can make for one of the best-looking bearded costumes for 2022.

Jon Snow (Game of Thrones)

Regardless of where you show off your costume this Halloween, you’ll likely be surrounded by the typical costumes — Harley Quinn, Spiderman, etc. So if you want to stand out, how about being a little different and choosing Jon Snow? It might be a little trickier than some other costumes on our list to pull off, but it will be worth it.

Plus, with the popularity of Game of Thrones, your local Halloween shop will likely have everything you need, making getting started with this costume simple. So get your beard ready, and you’re good to go.

Ron Swanson (Parks and Recreation)

Are you more of a mustache kind of guy? If you are (or if you don’t mind shaving off part of your beard for Halloween), dressing as Ron Swanson for Halloween is like dressing as the epitome of a manly man. Tuck your polo shirt into your chinos, grab a leather belt, and your Ron Swanson look is ready to go!

The key to rocking a mustache like Ron Swanson is using the right mustache wax and mustache comb — don’t forget yours!

Jack Sparrow (Pirates of the Caribbean)

 Jack Sparrow sitting on the ground

If you want to go a crazier route with your facial hair this Halloween, why not dress as Jack Sparrow (beads, bandana, and all)? This Pirates of the Caribbean classic character is a long-time favorite for Halloween parties everywhere.

And because of Jack Sparrow’s popularity, you won’t have a difficult time finding a costume anywhere. That means you can spend more time memorizing his crazy quotes instead of shopping and sewing.

Related: How to Braid a Beard

Obi-Wan Kenobi (Star Wars)

Still haven’t found the right Halloween costume for your bearded self? How about Obi-Wan Kenobi? This costume has been a favorite among bearded men for decades, and everyone is sure to recognize it.

Especially with The Mandalorian amplifying the popularity of Star Wars lately, picking up an Obi-Wan costume should be no problem. This timeless look makes for the perfect costume for men with medium-length hair and beards!

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