George Corbul
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How do I trim a beard exactly?

Started this discussion. Last reply by David F. Mar 17. 11 Replies

Ok, so I've never worn a beard, and finally decided to grow a goatee (because I hate how every other dude looks like Tsar Nikolay II or like a tramp). At first, it looked great, and suited me (if I…Continue

Hello

Started this discussion. Last reply by Todd McFarland Mar 4. 3 Replies

Greetings and salutations, Gents! My name's George, I'm from Moldova (that's in eastern Europe, in case you're not well-versed in geography). I'm 24, and I don't know what else to write here.P.S. Ew,…Continue

 

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David F. replied to George Corbul's discussion How do I trim a beard exactly?
"Yep.  Also be willing to play.  Worst case you shave it off and start over. "
Mar 17
Nessly replied to George Corbul's discussion How do I trim a beard exactly?
"Haha what a funny thing to say. I can see why they would say that though. Your hair is very thick on your chin (at least judging by that photo), hence very dark. If you shorten it a bit, it should lighten up, looking less like it was "glued…"
Mar 16
George Corbul replied to George Corbul's discussion How do I trim a beard exactly?
"thanks for the advice. now i need to get a trimmer, i guess"
Mar 14
David F. replied to George Corbul's discussion How do I trim a beard exactly?
"I use a beard trimmer every weekend to tighten mine.  Basically I have it set to 1/4 inch.  If I let it go too long I look much older. I use a double edge safety razor which provides control for trimming.  It is a combination of…"
Mar 14
George Corbul replied to George Corbul's discussion How do I trim a beard exactly?
"Oookies, gents, I've decided to bring back my goatee (this time I haven't shaved in a while), but my relatives say it looks like it's been glued to my face (they don't like goatees, at all). Can anyone give me a third opinion,…"
Mar 13
Todd McFarland replied to George Corbul's discussion Hello
"Welcome!"
Mar 4
Jack Bauer replied to George Corbul's discussion How do I trim a beard exactly?
"For that, you just need an electric razor with a guard. Like the thing a barber uses to do the sides. They're about $20. Get clippers (like barbers use for sideburns) to do the edges. I use electric clippers with no guard, and just freehand it…"
Mar 2
Sir replied to George Corbul's discussion How do I trim a beard exactly?
"If you let it grow longer, you can trim it with scissors -- lightly -- and unless you give it a big whack, no one cut will make it look bad.  That's what I do."
Mar 2
George Corbul replied to George Corbul's discussion How do I trim a beard exactly?
"exactly("
Mar 2
Gentleman Engineer replied to George Corbul's discussion How do I trim a beard exactly?
"Barring such, the solution would exist as the combination of scissors and comb."
Mar 2
George Corbul replied to George Corbul's discussion How do I trim a beard exactly?
"Hmm, not bad! Any other ideas until I get one, though?"
Mar 2
Pale Horse replied to George Corbul's discussion How do I trim a beard exactly?
"Get an electric razor, like the kind a barber would use on the back of your neck. Use a guard that will only trim the hairs once they reach a certain length."
Mar 2
George Corbul replied to George Corbul's discussion Hello
"thank you :)"
Mar 2
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Pale Horse replied to George Corbul's discussion Hello
"Welcome! Didn't come off as rude to me, but then again, I knew generally where Moldova is."
Mar 2
George Corbul replied to Jesse Carena's discussion Pants for wide hips and narrower waist and thighs?
"Well, at first I wanted to suggest wearing black pants since they make you look skinnier, but since that's not what you're asking, my only suggestion is to take 'em to a tailor (since I really don't understand the problem here),…"
Mar 2

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