Trim Your Mustache
Edited by Debbie, Charmed, Maureen D., Lynn and 1 other
Is your moustache growing a little wild? If you usually head down to the barber, but decided you would try to trim it yourself for the first time, you may be a little apprehensive. Need tips? Here's what you can do:
How to Trim Your Moustache
Moisten your moustache. Take a little warm water and dab it over your moustache, to moisten it enough to keep the hairs down. This makes it easier to trim.
Comb, or brush your moustache downward.
Trim the hairs at the bottom of your moustache, starting at the corner of your mouth, moving toward the center. Repeat on the other side.
Trim the top of your moustache starting in the middle, working out to the end of each side.
Comb your moustache once again, and check to see if there are any stray hairs you might have missed.
What To Use To Trim The Moustache
There are many different options, prices, and tools, and different places you can get them from.
Conair GMT8RCS Beard and Moustache Electric Trimmer.
This full size trimmer enables you to style your facial hair any way you desire. You can achieve a stubble look, shape your goatee, or even create a soul patch. This product has jaw-line combs that are good for detailing, and the five-position comb has various adjustable settings and is used for precision cutting. This trimmer uses a removable stainless steel blade. It is very durable and easy to clean. Price: US $13.95 on ebay.com.
Remington MB200 Titanium Moustache and Beard Trimmer.
This is a versatile tool for grooming both moustaches and beards. It's cordless and its precision blades are titanium coated, which means they stay sharp longer compared to stainless steel ones (and are self sharpening too). It also has nine length settings, and is a beard, moustache and goatee trimmer. It has built in combs and an LED light indicator that shows when the it's fully charged. Price: US $24.99 on ebay.com.
Wahl battery operated trimmer.
This device boasts carbon steel blades that stay sharp for a longer period of time and provide precision cutting. It allows for close trimming attachments that make detailing and edging easy tasks. It has a six-position beard and moustache regulator that provides adaptability, trims, cuts, shapes and defines for fantastic necklines. Price: US $19.98 on ebay.com.
Philips Norelco QT4070.
This provides perfectly trimmed facial hair and even removes stubble for a clean and refreshing look. This tool is not messy to use, as it is designed with a vacuum cleaner that does its works while cutting, so it's truly convenient and hygienic at the same time. This high performance trimmer provides 18 length settings, and a one of a kind stubble comb that lets you achieve any look you desire! It has a turbo power boost button used for fan and cutting speed, and has a battery status display. Price: US $88.99 on ebay.com.
Jinding Waterproof Moustache Trimmer.
This tool is a multi-functional and rechargeable moustache and beard trimmer, that can be used on hair too! It's good for any beard or moustache length, with adjustable comb attachments and trimming length settings. Steel blades are high performance, and it has an ergonomic grip, LED charging indicator, and eight hours charging time. Price: US $18.99 on ebay.com.
Wahl 9918-6171 Groomsman Moustache and Beard Trimmer.
This sleek looking product has high carbon ground steel blades for perfect cutting and durable as well. Its six-position beard and moustache regulator and has a memory function. The handle has an ergonomic design and a soft grip feature. It can be used as a cordless, but the product can also be used while charging. Price: US $14.97 on amazon.com.
Remington MB-200 Titanium Moustache and Beard Trimmer.
Sadly, this tool is not washable. It has titanium-coated blades that provide state-of-the-art trimming technology. The blades of this trimmer do not need lubricants or oiling, and the wheels are very convenient to use and adjustable to nine length settings. It has an LED indicator and is rechargeable. Price: US $29.49 on amazon.com.
Tips Tricks & Warnings
- Trim your moustache at least one to two times a month.
- Use sharp scissors for the best precision.
- Start small. You can always cut more hair, but you can't put it back.
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Recent edits by: Lynn, Maureen D., Charmed