How to Choose the Best Beard Trimmer

I know most of you were crazy about beards when they were growing up. The beards on other men’s faces made them look superior and dangerous. I, however, got to admit that once in a while I did find some men mean looking.

There were instances where men walked around with ugly looking beards that made them look like Osama Bin Laden. I guess they never had beard trimmers thirty years ago, so I will cut them some slake. These days I still see some men struggling to trim their beards and can’t help to wonder why.

Know Your Beard Length

The beard length that you prefer will determine the right trimmer for you. Do you prefer short beard length or medium beards? The good thing is, unlike ten years ago, modern trimmers can easily be adjusted to fit your required standard.

Purpose of the trimmer

The trimmer you are using should be specifically designed for your beards. Most people think that a heard trimmer is just as good as a beard trimmer. This is not true.

Features of the Trimmer

One of the most important features for any trimmer is to have an adjustable blade. The blades range from 1-5 with one being the closeness of the shave. Another feature of the trimmer is that it should be two in one. In this regard, it should have a smaller bladed and a bigger one.

Contrary to popular belief, a good trimmer should be light enough to ensure precision and perfection. Heavier trimmers tend to tire one a lot and increases the chances of an era. The light trimmer should also have a good grip.

Cordless or Coded Trimmers?

Though cordless is more expensive in the market, they are better as a power blackout will not affect your shave.