Must-Read: Best Beard Trimmers
When you set out to grow a beard, there’s two ways to go about doing it. First, you can simply let nature take it’s coarse. You can allow it to simply grow as it will, with as many hairs as possible, with the beard simply growing and growing and growing down to the rest of your body. Your face will be obscured (but cozy!) and you may look a bit like a homeless person, but people will probably not want to pick a fight with you. This is what happens with beards. However, if you’re going this route, then there’s a good chance that you will only get a certain specific type of woman when you’re heading into the dating world. And that type might, frankly, not be the type you’re looking for.
The other method is to trim your goddamn beard a little. Have some sensibility, have a little class, keep yourself looking trim and clean and cut a but. And the best way to do that is to make sure you have the best in beard trimming technology. So today we’re taking you all to this list from Men’s Journal regarding the best beard trimmers that are available for consumers out there. Among the best beard trimmers out there:
The Conair i-Stubble’s floating head tracks the curves of your face for a cleaner cut. This trimmer has a helpful LCD screen that displays battery life and settings, and its motorized head dials up and down through 15 different lengths. But its limit is 5mm, so getting a precise trim on a longer beard is nearly impossible. [$69; conair.com]
So head on over to the link above and check out the various ways to trim that beard of yours. Make it look classy, gents.
About Rick Mosely Rick is the editor for TSB magazine.