Trimer mostly used by men to shape their beard in a way that they want, that is in fashion, and more. Trimmer and shavers are closely related, they work together. It’s annoying having to shave every day. It takes time and care to keep a baby face. Many men find it easier to keep a 5 o’clock shadow or even a beard. Both looks require less maintenance and are very stylish. In this article you will learn how to use your beard trimmer to maintain a clean look without having to shave.We will explain you 6 most effective ways to use the trimmer:

1. See and decide on the proper length and style of your beard.

2.For a easy, clean 5 o’clock shadow remove the guard from your trimmer and shave from the ear down. The beard trimmer will leave a short, even shadow around the chin.

3.In order to clean up a chin strap it is important to do a daily maintenance and to keep it simple.

4.If you have a longer beard the key is to keep the length even. Select the appropriate setting on your trimmer before you start your shave.

5.Your beard will be softer and easier to shave if you use shampoo and conditioner on a regular basis.

6.Try to use long, smooth strokes. Hold the beard trimmer at a consistent angle to the skin.

7.Always start on the edge of your beard just below the ear and work across your face.

8.Pay attention to have a wastebasket below you to catch the clippings.

9.And always use a traditional razor to clean your neckline.

Don’t forget, If your trimmer is not fully charged it can pull hairs cause discomfort and redness..



Clipper commonly used hairdressers for haircuts and don’t cut very close, however it is also used for thinning the overgrowth beard to
make way for the trimmer or shaver for easy shaves; the job however can also be done with trimmer that comes with bigger attachment.
Clippers will make the work easier for final work and efficient finish.

very-old-cliperBarbers used them to cut hair close and fast. The hair was picked up in locks and the head was rapidly depilate. Such haircuts became popular among boys, mostly in schools, and young men in the military and in prisons.

Electric hair clippers work in the same way as manual ones, but are driven by an electric motor which makes the blades oscillate from side to side. They have gradually displaced manual hair clippers in many countries. While they were widely used in the distant past, the advent and reduction in cost of electric hair clippers has led to their largely replacing manual clippers. Some barbers in Western countries continue to use them for trimming. They are also used in the Russian army: when conscripts enter boot camp, they cut their hair close to the skin, sometimes using manual clippers. electric-heir-clipers