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Goatee shaping/trimming

Discussion in 'Health & Body' started by myfriedryce, Sep 19, 2006.

  1. myfriedryce

    myfriedryce New Member

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    looking for an electric trimmer that can shape my goatee, but also comes with removeable attachments to trim the goatee with.preferably not plastic.
    any suggestions?
     
  2. stach

    stach Senior member

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    I have a Wahl but the attachments are plastic.
     
  3. j

    j Senior member Admin

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    I was just thinking it would be nice to have one of these that was waterproof and maybe rechargeable, for trimming burns and such in the shower. Anyone have a recommendation?
     
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    faustian bargain Senior member

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    i just use scissors. problem with a trimmer is it's too easy to make the thing look overly neat and uniform. i like my goat to have some ... spikeyness, for lack of a better word.

    that said, i believe my latest trimmer has been a Braun, which also comes with a retractible mustache trimmer. (the trimmer is retractible, not the mustache.)
     
  5. Reggs

    Reggs Senior member

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    i just use scissors. problem with a trimmer is it's too easy to make the thing look overly neat and uniform. i like my goat to have some ... spikeyness, for lack of a better word.

    This is good. "Perfect" facial hair only belongs in a bag at a costume shop, or on action figures.
     
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    j Senior member Admin

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    Yeah, unless you have facial hair like mine that curls and sticks out like an inch from your face and just looks scruffy. I used to use the clipper on my electric shaver to just trim the crazy hairs but I tossed it since it was so beat up.
     
  7. GreyFlannelMan

    GreyFlannelMan Senior member

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    My facial hair also tends to grow straight out...I generally use a Norelco G350, which works fine.
     

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