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The Facial Hair Handbook
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Over the past few years, we ve seen facial hair sprouting up on faces everywhere. Men want to experiment with their facial gardens, but it s not always just as easy as putting the razor to rest Any man will surely go back to shaving when his beard starts to itch. When a goatee or mustache looks bad, he ll shave it off, discouraged and unaware of his options.
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Marginalized facial hair stereotypes prevent every day, normal guys from making facial hair part of their personal style. You see, when your whiskers are clipped too close to your jawbone, the resulting beard looks too perfect and it makes you look rigid and uptight. But if the hair is left to creep down the front and sides of your neck, it looks sloppy and—we're just going to say it—makes your face look fat. Aim for an inch or so just above your Adam's apple. Use a beard trimmer with guards to maintain the beard length you want.
Clean up your neck with a razor or a guardless trimmer, then set the trimmer's guard to a 1 or 2 and fade the line for a more natural finish. Gilman offers up the guidelines to trimming your sideburns: "They should end anywhere between the mid-ear or a little bit higher typically. The key is to do the 'Frankenstein Test' to make certain the side burns are level with one other.
Looking at a mirror using two pointing fingers from each hand and matching them up to make sure they are the same level.
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