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  • Sideburn trimmer? Thoughts?

    Okay as we all know..shaving can be a pain. Especially a couple days after
    And waxing HURTS.

    So I've heard a few times of women using sideburn trimmers to remove the hair down below. It doesn't completely shave the hair off, but instead leaves you soft and smooth. Not hairy..like a perfect medium from what I hear. Plus no itchy irritation or ingrown hairs.

    Has anyone used this method? How do you like it? Product recommendation?
    I'm only asking because I'm interested and would like some feedback on it just to see what all the hype is about. Because I DESPISE shaving.

    Thanks

  • How would you get in all the Nooks and Crannies with one of those ??

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    • lol well sideburn trimmers are pretty small. They're not like your usual electric shavers you see.
      I'm pretty sure if you spread out, you'd be able to get the nooks and cranny's. lol

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      • K, but wouldn't they leave stubble ??

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        • No. Trimmers are just that..trimmers. Not shavers.
          Shaving will leave you stubble.
          Trimmers will just trim the hair down to about a half inch or maybe less. It doesn't leave you prickly or any stubble. Just softer and much shorter.

          For those girls that want to be completely bare, this isn't the method to use. I just know a few girlfriends who love doing this and wanted to see if they were the only ones

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