This example makes use of the principle of 'aging'.

Shadowing/lining
Important areas for shading are the eye sockets, the temples, the side of the nose and below the cheekbones. The vertical frown wrinkle and the naso-labial ('nose-lip') fold are also important areas to shadow.

If you extend sharp lines, for example by extending the naso-labial fold line downwards, this will give a negative and even rather mean effect. The longer the line, the more severe the character will appear. The naso-labial fold line can be found more easily if you ask the person whom you are making up to do a grimace.
Apply a dark brown beard shadow of Cake Make-up or Water Make-up with a sponge, on the areas of natural beard growth.
To get the stubble effects you use a Stubble Sponge.
Dab a moist Stubble Sponge into black Grimas Water Make-up (Pure). Hold the Stubble Sponge between the fingers and compress it gently, so that it becomes a bit convex. Test the colour intensity on the hand first. Then work dabbing onto the skin: do not use a brushing motion, since you would remove the structured effect.

If necessary, draw bushy eyebrows on with a brush to achieve an adult and rough effect.