Luis
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  • Santa Ana, CA
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Luis replied to Luis's discussion RIP Beard in the group Men with Beards
"i learn my mistake. double and triple checking next time."
Oct 8, 2013
Luis replied to Luis's discussion RIP Beard in the group Men with Beards
"thanks!! i thought about this too. "
Oct 8, 2013
Cassidy replied to Luis's discussion RIP Beard in the group Men with Beards
"I'm too much of a chickenshit to use a guard to "even up" my beard. I trim the long hairs when necessary to keep a roughly round shape, but I'd love it if I could just buzz the whole thing and come away with the same…"
Sep 26, 2013
Jonathan replied to Luis's discussion RIP Beard in the group Men with Beards
"My routine:  Always double check the security of the guard, and the setting when trimming sideburns.  I trim the neckline (without the guard, and with the finer narrower trimmer head) to about a finger width below my jawbone, curve…"
Sep 26, 2013
Malavacious replied to Luis's discussion RIP Beard in the group Men with Beards
"Personally mate, I recommend letting it be. A neckline should look natural, although if you really need it trimmed for work or preference I would say find a good barber. Someone specializing in men cuts, with beard experience. Again though: my first…"
Sep 26, 2013
Luis replied to Luis's discussion RIP Beard in the group Men with Beards
"I was trying to clean up my neck line mostly and trim away from the sideburns. "
Sep 26, 2013
Chuck Knight replied to Luis's discussion RIP Beard in the group Men with Beards
"You were trying to trim the beard...into what shape?  What was your goal?   Trimming is pretty simple, but as you discovered the hard way, it's easy to take off too much.  "
Sep 26, 2013
Luis added a discussion to the group Men with Beards
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RIP Beard

My first Beard is gone. I am sad.06/01/13 - 09/25/13My first time trying to trim it and I mess up royally. I took it all off and I'm starting from scratch again. It was a good learning experience. 6/16/137/28/13…See More
Sep 25, 2013
Luis updated their profile
Jul 3, 2013
Luis joined Tim Plett's group
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The manly art of coffee

For coffee lovers and home roasters
Jul 3, 2013
Luis replied to John Muir's discussion Night Photography in the group AoM PhotoGroup
"I got these shots in May when I was in Joshua Tree. Used a flashlight and bounced the beam off the ground to light up the trees. Last one was just a 30sec exposure. No Flashlight. "
Jul 3, 2013
Luis joined Andrew's group
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Men with Beards

For men with beards to show and share the great life of having a beard. Can there be anything more manly than a beard?
Jul 2, 2013
Luis joined thehuhman's group
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AoM PhotoGroup

Alright, all of you budding and seasoned photographers out there. Here's your official AoM Group. Let's do ourselves proud, by becoming the largest group here!See More
Jul 2, 2013
Luis joined Brett Balcar's group
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Film

Discuss your favorite films and upcoming releases
Jul 2, 2013
Luis replied to Buffalo Bill's discussion Show Your Watch(es) in the group Everyday Carry
"accutron by bulova gemini  automatic 25 jewels 42mm  generic gray nato strap"
Jul 2, 2013
Luis joined Buffalo Bill's group
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Everyday Carry

A group to discuss those objects we carry every day, and the balance between utility, effectiveness, and sentimentality.
Jun 26, 2013

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Website
http://luisgodinez.com
Interests
Photography
Movies
Shawshank Redemption
City of God
Up
Zoolander
Zombieland
Music
Radiohead & Depeche Mode

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Required Reading

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