How to Shape Your Beard

The shape of your beard says a lot about you. Have you been protecting your telepathic headmaster in a Mexican rust-bucket for years like Hugh Jackman? Have you been trapped north of the wall your entire life in the style of Game of Thrones’ actor Kristofer Hivju? No, you are your own character. The only thing you have in common with these silver-screen caricatures is a surplus of testosterone and DHT – the two male hormones linked most closely with beard growth. Learn how to trim that beard so that your friends never ask you to cry out “Wilson!” ever again.

First, thoroughly comb your beard. You don’t want the blades of your beard trimmer snagging at any point during this procedure – it could cause irreparable damage to the volume of your beard and your pride.

Next, set your Remington Lithium Barba Beard Trimmer to its highest setting then begin to trim your beard. Move down from your cheekbone to jawline, taking care not to apply pressure or hold the trimmer flush to your face. It only takes a light touch. When it comes to your neck, don’t be afraid to take a little extra off. It’s your chin and jaw that bears the most majestic parts of a good beard.

Next, set your Remington Lithium Barba Beard Trimmer to its highest setting then begin to trim your beard. Move down from your cheekbone to jawline, taking care not to apply pressure or hold the trimmer flush to your face. It only takes a light touch. When it comes to your neck, don’t be afraid to take a little extra off. It’s your chin and jaw that bears the most majestic parts of a good beard.

Now it’s time to freestyle. Shave off any long, errant hairs that you can see and shape the overall beard as you see fit. Make your point. Don’t be afraid to be square. We’re running out of beard-shape puns, but you see where we were going with it.

Let us introduce you to your new wingman.

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