Maybe "downy" but while that may be more accurate it would be less understandable for many.
Sometimes "silken" or silky" is used for very fine smooth "haired" surfaces. Silk itself has no hairs (at least on a macroscopic scale) but the feel is similar to objects with a fine hair-like surface.
I've left out the too too big adults words such as "hirsute"
Thesaurus.com only apposite words left in list.
bearded, bristly, bushy, downy, fleecy, fluffy, furry, fuzzy, rough, shaggy, stubbly, whiskered, woolly
Merriam Webster adds
brushy, cottony, furred, silky, unshorn, woolly (also wooly)
Some may be duplicates - hard to spot all as lists grow :-)
bearded, bewhiskered, bristled, bristling, bristly, bushy, fibered, fibroid, fibrous, fleecy, flossy, fluffy, furry, fuzzy, matted, stringy, stubbled, stubbly, tangled, threadlike, thready, tufted, unshaven, unshorn, unsmooth, whiskered.