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Mustache and Beard trimmer

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Nimaro, Sep 26, 2013.

  1. Nimaro

    Nimaro Sharpshooter

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    Fall is almost upon us so the winter beard has started! What does everyone use to tame the face mane?
     
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    scissors.

    And your a sissy for growing a winter beard. Its a year round beard.
     
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    Compromise with the wife, gotta do what I gotta do...
     
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    I use a set of hair clippers once a year on mine to keep it in shape
     
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    I have a wahl trimmer that has several attachments.

    Year 'round beard here. I generally let it grow longer in the winter to keep me warm. :D
     
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    Me dos. I did the talibeard for a year or two, just couldn't stand it in the summer. Keep it trimmed, though a hair longer in winter time.
     
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    I trim my moustache with a small set of dissection scissors. For some reason I've either kept a few pairs of dissection scissors from college or a few jobs I've had.

    I can't remember the number or size but they're small and have straight edges. They stay sharp (be careful, they're designed to cut skin)if they haven't been used much on "laboratory work" and they're perfect for my moustache.
     
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