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It's not going to grow back thicker, even after the first time. It should grow back, I don't see why it wouldn't. If you're really worried about that though you could use something like this. It doesn't completely get rid of the hair. It just shortens it
This looks really good and only has a few guards. It's what I was looking at when mine seemed like it might have been dying.
The ones that seem to have a huge range of adjustment seem suspect honestly.
Get this guy. $18 solves all your beard trimming needs. Once you've grown your beard in a little, the long hairs will serve as a sort of "wall" that you can shave your neck right up to with your regular razor.
Here is what I use Phillips norelco $19.97 on Amazon works great. Beard, pubes, chest
Beard trimmer! I have this one. It works so, so much better than the purpose-built "personal bikini trimmer" I had before. That one for sure gave me the yanking issue, but I haven't had it once with the Philips.
I did nick myself with it once, but that was because I was a dumbass and didn't hold the skin taut enough in the super delicate thigh crease zone while cleaning up the edges with no guard on.
>Venus Sensitive Razors
If you are shaving, be sure to condition the area before hand. Try a shave oil. You will also want to use a very gentle exfoliant. I would also suggest using a thick, sensitive skin cream like CeraVe afterward. You will also want to make sure you keep the area dry - it is hot as hell during the summer and there is inevitably going to be a lot of sweating going on.
TBB, this is exactly why I stopped shaving. I trim. This is what I use. Ingrowns are now very rare for me. I might get one or two, tops, in a year. And boy howdy, does it save time!
I deadass just use the same one I use with my facial hair. I mean, of course I use different toppers, and of course I sanitize it before and after, but...
It's cheap lol.
Here's the link.
Hey! Thanks for responding. When you say the Phillips Trimmer, what do you mean? Do you mean this? Or are you talking about one in particular?
I use something like this: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01K1HPA60/
I use before showering, sitting on the toilet, so totally dry.
I wouldn't recommend scissors. I've used them, and nicked myself way more often than when using an electric trimmer. They work, just dangerous.
Something like this would be sufficient for a long stubble look
For my snip, I just got in there with the clippers on my normal electric razor. You don't have to do it perfectly bald, they just need to be able to get to the skin without hair in the way.
That said, I picked up one of these a while back and it's been awesome https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B01K1HPA60
Interesting, I use this bad boy. It’s super cheap and can be found in any Walmart/Target/Drug store.
Maybe it has something to do with how long you let your hair grow before trimming?
Don’t shave any off but use one of these beard trimmers set to a long length to get it all even. Then keep growing or our. So you might cut off like a tiny bit so it’s all even now. Then in 2-4 weeks, do a small trim to even up again
Philips Norelco Multigroomer All-in-One Trimmer Series 3000, 13 Piece Mens Grooming Kit, for Beard, Face, Nose, and Ear Hair Trimmer and Hair Clipper, NO Blade Oil Needed, MG3750/60 https://smile.amazon.com/dp/B01K1HPA60/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glt_i_3NYZPZJX0DB22WXR2P38
I dont use a razor, i have two clippers, one for my face, one for armpits/pubes. This is the second one: https://www.amazon.com/Philips-Norelco-Multigroom-attachment-MG3750/dp/B01K1HPA60
Clippers are better in my opinion, come with safety features to help you from knicking your junk (hurts like hell) and you dont need to be completely shaved, just very trimmed
> When I try to even trim my hair with scissors, my pubic area gets very irritated.
From personal experience, I suggest getting a beard trimmer and experiment with the different guard sizes until you find one that doesn't cause irritation.
I use Philips Norelco MG3750 Trimmer.
I feel great. My walk is even different. Not cocky, just enough confidence to make me feel good again. If you can spare the money do it. After two years living in a tent, I'm in a room now. It's just one of the many things I've been able to do. I'm starting to develop a rhythm again.
Here is a link to a great pair of hair clippers for only $20. I've had them before and they work for the beard and head. You'll be able to give yourself a full haircut. From head to toe. I have them in my wishlist.
Here is an example of a beard trimmer, the one I had that I actually don’t recommend because mine died after only about a year of infrequent use, but works as a good example. Basically there are attachments that you put onto the shaver that makes it cut the facial hair to a certain length. Then you run it over your facial hair the same as you would if you were shaving clean, but it’ll only cut it to the length you want it.
There are more advanced ways of doing it, but that’s the easy way.
i use this one and i can not recommend it enough!! it's small enough to get into tight spaces without getting in the way (if you're like me and you have pudgy thighs/labia you know what i'm talkin about) and it is super easy to take apart and get really clean!! also comes with all sorts of trim guards if you want to do some serious ladyscaping but that's your business
edit: also it's cheap without feeling cheap so yay!!
You look like a football (soccer) player in the bottom right. No homo you look handsome in that photo. Top right photo you look like
IF you're scared of going to the barber then just shave the beard . beard and body trimmer 20 dollars on amazon here . the reviews indicate that it doesnt last too long but it will work, you can probably use a normal razor if you manage to shave your beard. From that point you can just go to the barber, tell them its quarantine hair.
Not going outside since March is a pretty big deal. You should go see somebody because that's got to be depression right there. If you can't see someone then listen to/watch "healthy gamer gg" on youtube. Somewhat interesting to listen to, and good to reflect on.
You're going to be attractive if u ditch the beard. You need to actually do that though, and then see someone for depression. When I was looking for friends I just played basketball at my university gym it didnt really work but there some people I played with until a tank of a man elbowed me in the face. Then I played alone for a few months cause I got my braces off a few months prior and wasn't risking a round 2. Also I fucked up my ankles from jumping all the time.
If you want to know how I did it I just acquired a basketball and played in the gym on my own, dont worry if ur dog shit a lot of people are. After a week or two of showing up I would get asked at least once if I could join someones game, I wasn't good but people need an even number of players and you don't even have to initiate anything, they come to you. with the coronavirus just go find some outdoor nets if indoor isnt an option. And bring your own ball
I used to get my haircut every 6-8 weeks at about $20 per cut. I also would burn through mid-range disposable razors shaving my face. Needing to save money, I bought a nice Philips beard trimmer on Amazon for $20. It came with a few guards and blade tips I use the 1mm on my face and 3mm to buzz my head. The 5mm comes in handy for eyebrow trimming.
link to the trimmer.
This is the type and brand that I use. Though this one is much newer and fancier looking than mine. As you may notice if you search more of this brand, a lot of them have 3 circular bladed heads that I imagine provide a much closer shave, but Ive never felt it was necessary to go for those for what I need it for. This one works better to create a clean looking edge for my beard, but I think the aforementioned kind has a sort of pop-out trimmer that can be used for the same purpose.
Hope this helps you.
Edit: Id also like to point out that I did use the kind with the 3 circular heads when I first started out and that kind irritated my skin. But that was 10 years ago and the shaver I was using was a cheap hand-me-down from my dad; definitely not as nice as they are now. If you're going for the completely clean shaven look it may be worth it to check those out. Always check reviews of course.
Has guards going all the way down to 1mm. I use the longer ones for my beard but I did try the 1mm for my chest and it works quite well.
Probably the best budget trimmer I've ever used. Works much better than I expected but it does feel a bit flimsy. Would not recommend dropping it.
Grab this beard trimmer from Amazon for $20. Once a week or so, even it out. It'll look a lot better once everything is the same length. Slowly, SOME of the empty parts will fill in a bit. If you're a little patchy, that's just how it'll always be. But at least now you can give it a chance to grow out. Stick with it.
I've used this for over a year now. Never had a problem. Most of my friends use the same thing.
$17 Philips Norelco Multigroom All-In-One Series 3000, 13 attachment trimmer, MG3750
13 attachments for all of your grooming needs: Full size steel trimmer, a steel precision trimmer, a nose and ear hair trimmer, 3 hair trimming guards, 3 beard trimming guards, a stubble guard, an accessory travel storage bag, and a cleaning brush. No oil needed to maintain high quality performance Blades and Guards are easy to detach and rinse
Get a personal grooming trimmer, they're cheap and effective, something like this: https://www.amazon.com/Philips-Norelco-Multigroom-attachment-MG3750/dp/B01K1HPA60/ It doesn't hurt unless you're really not careful, just take it slow and you'll get the hang of it. ezpz.
Edit: Also, I do not recommend shaving, ever.
Philips Norelco Multigroom All-In-One Series 3000, 13 attachment trimmer, MG3750
Yes, cut it first. Clippers are easiest.
Philips Norelco MG3750 Trimmer. It's a beard trimmer but I use it to trim my pubic hair.
I just bought the "Amazon Choice" seemed to have decent reviews. I've had it for about a month now and it's been good.
The NYTimes review site recommends the Philips Norelco that's $20.
It’s better than most but I have my own favourite: https://www.amazon.ca/dp/B01K1HPA60/
I don’t trim down to the bare skin though. I leave 1-2mm of stubble to prevent chafing. In areas where I don’t want any hair at all, not even stubble like near the leg bend, I finish the job with this: https://www.amazon.ca/dp/B0896TKVF9/
Not a electric shaver, but this...
Get a trimmer with a guard designed for the job. It won’t shave down to the skin, but you may be content enough with those results and if you’re not, it’s a lot easier to shave the rest.
This is what I use: https://www.amazon.ca/dp/B01K1HPA60
Here try this place it's safe and much more responsible of a place to go
i’m a woman and enjoy having a slight bush. i use the philips norleco trimmer for my lady bits and love it!
Philips Norelco MG3750 Multigroom... https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01K1HPA60?ref=ppx_pop_mob_ap_share
How about a permanently short beard? Like below.
It's so easy. Buy a trimmers like this. Figure out the setting you like. Maybe like "10."
And every few days run it over your face. No razor. No process. No scruffy beard. Just simple sexy dude. Make yourself look like an adult and not an angry boy.
Trust me. Try it.
I use a beard trimmer, specifically the Philips Norelco MG3750 Trimmer.
It all depends on your skin. If you have really sensitive skin, you're not even gonna want to shave, just get a beard trimmer and run that over your face without attachments. Next step up from that is an electric shaver, something that looks similar to this, and use it accordingly. If you're an individual gifted enough to be born with tough skin on your face, you can learn to use a strait razor. I wouldn't be able to help you with that because my skin can't handle it, so I never learned how to do it well.
Obviously, don't use any of this stuff on your - ah - intimate areas unless you know exactly what you're doing. You don't want cuts down where the sun don't shine.
To be honest it just occurred to me one day to grab a cheap one (I think at the time it was like $20) and put one of the shortest guards on there and go to town. My hair gets really long, like 2" or so, and if you put a short guard on there, you don't really have to worry about nicking yourself or anything. Even with the guard off, I haven't ever hurt myself. I think this one is the one I have but this one is an updated model.
Another thing that I do is use this cream, front and back. Put it on, stand with your legs apart for six or seven minutes, and wipe it off in the shower. A fair bit of warning, this stuff will burn a lot, so you might want to do a test area. It's also made for men to remove their beards and this isn't something it's supposed to be used for at all, but I saw it online back in the day and the woman who gave us the tip pointed out that it's cheaper than Nair, or at least it was at the time. But if you shave your hair or remove it, you have to follow it up with something like this every couple of days or you'll get bumps and ingrowns.
Get a good hair trimmer like this one since they have covers you should get a good length to how you like it :3
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Phillips norelco had it for like 3 years and it works great
I use this one and I have no complaints. I use the shorter blade guard Amazon link.
Get an electric trimmer.
Something like this.
To add on to the other comment, I would suggest purchasing some clippers like this
What you want is the thin chrome head one (not sure what it's called), but it's the one right next to the clippers in the first photo, between the nose hair clipper head. That thin head is what's going to let you fade your beard in.
To help you could use a marker to line where you want your beard to start, then shave at the line. When you have a clean line, use the thin clipper head to blend it in. I found it easier to control the blending if I turn the clipper upside down instead of using normally.
I use an electric trimmer with a 5mm comb attachment. It's pretty easy to trim everything down to the 5mm length. Might have to approach from a few angles to get the curly woorlys that try to avoid your cut but the comb keeps things comfortably far from the blade.
The longer hairs are less likely to cause itching. But it is a good idea to shower right after a trim and scrub the fresh cut hairs good with a cloth or natural sponge to help soften the fresh cut ends a bit.
Not sure if this trimmer is available in Europe but this is the one I use: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01K1HPA60/
It's a beard trimmer but I had no problems using it to trim my pubic hair. It's also rechargeable.
I will die by this razor. Granted, I never used it to shave from this guy’s level of hair (haven’t had that much in like 4 years), but for upkeep it’s fantastic.
https://www.amazon.com/Philips-Norelco-Multigroom-attachment-MG3750/dp/B01K1HPA60/ref=asc_df_B01K1HPA60/?tag=hyprod-20&linkCode=df0&hvadid=312168145874&hvpos=&hvnetw=g&hvrand=4169692996427941461&hvpone=&hvptwo=&hvqmt=&hvdev=c&hvdvcmdl=&hvlocint=&hvlocphy=9007783&hvtargid=pla-365069399453&psc=1 does this one look alright you think?
This, is similar to the one I have, just a basic beard trimmer for men.
Dawg I just got this off amazon and it’s arguably better and way less $$$
Either get some oil to condition the beard or get a hair trimmer to trim it down a little. Or both
its the second one in this picture
the tiny silver thing
Had mine for about three years, I use it without a guard, doesn't cut, keeps it at 1mm just fine. Good battery life, lightweight, nose hair trimmer add-on head isn't too powerful but gets the job done.
This one? https://www.amazon.com/Philips-Norelco-Multigroom-attachment-MG3750/dp/B01K1HPA60/ref=lp_10586017011_1_1_a_it
Model to 3D print. Stand for this razor and accessories.
Similar to the one from this razor.
Thanks for advice. Doesnt that look too basic though?
I was thinking about this one: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B01K1HPA60/
and I came here to find something better than this one for roughly same price.