Hair Trimming for Men

Unwanted hair in certain areas can be very difficult to remove without the help of a certain device called a trimmer. These certain areas include nostril and ear hair which would be near impossible to get rid of without the help of a trimmer, waxing or tweezing is actually an option for this area but that is painful and using a trimmer is absolutely painless s I know what I would choose. Other areas where a trimmer is handy and commonly used for men are brows, beard, and mustache.

What you Should Know Before Purchasing a Trimmer

A trimmer for a man needs to be a multifunctional device with the ability to cut unwanted hair in all areas of tight access. For example, it should be able to trim hair behind the ears, inside the nostrils as well as the beard and mustache. Then there won’t be any need to purchase any additional devices as one should be able to serve all trimming needs.

Because of the fact that trimmers are being used in confined areas, it is necessary that the trimming device is small and smooth without any rough or sharp edges. It should be completely painless and comfortable to use. The best nose trimmer will have a rotating head with a narrow tip.

The trimming attachment should have a range of hair cutting levels from 1mm to 12mm. These different levels make it easily for men to easily groom themselves, trim or thin their beard or mustache or just leave enough hair for a little stubble.

Realize whether you want a waterproof option would be ideal for you as these are available meaning you can trim while in the shower. Also, consider whether it would be more convenient for you to have a trimmer powered by batteries or with an accumulator that just needs to be charged then it would only need to be plugged in while in use if the battery was completely flat. These are ideal for traveling or taking on business trips.

As a final tip, give priority to a trimming device with a charge indicator as it would be a complete annoyance if the battery ran out when you were only half finished.

Best choice for your hair type

Whether you have thick, curly, straight, or thin hair it’s important to determine this because each hair type has different needs. It’s necessary to know what your hair type is in order to choose the appropriate hair straighteners. HairBrushGuides wrote how to choose hot hair styler by hair type.

1. Structure

The structure of your hair is how thick or thin it is and it’s determined by the shape and size of hair follicles. It often comes down to ethnicity and genetic factors. Usually, someone with thin skin will have thin hair. Generally, blondes have thinner hair while brunette’s hair is usually a thicker structure. The type of the hair is straight or curly has not effect on the structure.

Thick hair is heavy and full of volume and can often be difficult to manage. It can handle heat and chemicals well while remaining in a healthy condition.

In-between thick and thin hair is the most manageable hair structure to care for and is common amongst European women. It’s flexible, easy to dye and style and suits most haircuts.

Thin hair is delicate and sensitive to heat. It can be easily dyed but also easily damaged as it’s very fragile. Volume is unapparent for the owners of this hair type.

2. Texture

Straight hair is smooth from top to bottom, shines as it reflects the light. Wavy is soft with a slight wave and it’s easy to style either to curl or straighten. Curly hair is thick and full tight spirals and can be difficult to tame and style.

3. Oily, Dry or Normal

This is defined by how the sebaceous glands of the scalp work. This can change from time to time depending on the products you are using for your hair.

Oily hair has an excessive production of sebum and often has an oily sheen the first day after shampooing. It’s not prone to split ends but can easily look dirty. This hair type is the most problematic and there are certain causes such as diet, medication or hormonal disorders which should be checked to see if this can be changed. Wash hair regularly.

Normal is the easiest to style; it shines and has a healthy appearance. Wash hair 2-3 times per week.

Combined hair is will have an oily scalp a couple of days after shampooing but is also prone to dry, brittle and split ends. It is difficult to take care of but almost every hair company offers certain products for all hair type.

If your hair is dry this means you have an insufficient flow of sebum. Hair is brittle and is easily damaged. Strands are sensitive and prone to split ends. No need to wash your hair often and always use protectants whether just in the sun or using heated appliances.