Are you one of those guys who leave beard hair trimming to the last minute and then forget to clean the beard trimmer? Do you think it’s enough to just rinse your trimmer in water and that will be enough to get it ready for the next time you use it? If so, you have […]
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Well hello there! We’ve gotten a few emails about how to use vacuum beard trimmers, so we thought we’d write a quick post about how to get the most out of them. They’re a bit exotic in that most electric shavers do not feature a vacuum that sucks up all the whiskers and hair you shave off
Styling and grooming a beard can be a ton of fun. Cleaning up stubble from the bathroom counter after you’ve shaved or trimmed? Less so. If you like using a trimmer to keep your beard neat or to give yourself a stubble shave, you’re probably familiar with the mess it leaves behind. It’s the worst.
You know what’s great? Standing in front of your bathroom mirror, trimming your beard, and thinking to yourself, “I look fantastic,” as you get ready for your day. You know what’s not great? Standing in front of your bathroom room, trimming your beard, and then… running out of batteries and looking like a crazy person
Before we jump into our King C Gillette Style Master Beard Trimmer review, you may be wondering: when did King C. Gillette rule, and over which kingdom did he rule?