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    How To Trim A Natural Moustache

    1.5 min read - 01:38 video
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    With Movember firmly planted as one of the most important days in the calendar of moustache culture, the moustache seems to be back to stay. As a temporary novelty or a year-round lifestyle, men keep going for the mo’. Designing the perfect moustache is an art, and perfecting the natural moustache look can be challenging. So we've created a guide on how to trim a natural moustache.

    Moustache styles come in all shapes and sizes. Whether you’re aiming for a slimline pencil moustache or a full Tom Selleck chevron moustache, the basics of how to grow a mustache remain the same for all types of moustaches.

    Ready to get started? Here are the essential steps on how to trim a natural looking moustache:


    What you'll need:

    ● Moustache

    Beard Trimmer

    ● Mirror

    Learn how to trim a natural moustache

    Before we begin, some basic prep. Make sure your beard is at least 1 cm long so that you have something to work with. For a smoother grooming experience, you’re going to want a dry face and beard, with no shaving cream to obscure what you’re doing (this is how bad moustaches happen!).


    It’s also important to know which of the many moustache styles you’re shooting for. When in doubt, the natural moustache compliments most.

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    1. Shape your moustache

    Use a moustache and beard trimmer with a precision attachment to make a gentle curve under your nose. Trim the hair above your upper lip to create a clean line. Then trim the ends of your moustache outwards, from the edge of your lips.
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    2. Trim your beard to reveal your moustache

    If you’ve let your whole beard grow to create your moustache, it’s time to trim it away to make your moustache stand out proud. Use a beard trimmer to remove it. Watch the video above to see how it’s done.

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    What you need

    Beardtrimmer series 7000

    Vacuum Beard Trimmer


    Beardtrimmer series 7000 Vacuum Beard Trimmer


    3. Shave closely

    Unless you’re going for the ‘stached stubble, give yourself a clean shave with whatever style of electric shaver or razor you prefer. If you have an issue with razor burn, remember: best not to apply too much pressure or go for too close a shave.
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    4. Maintain your moustache

    Use wax to tame your moustache, if required, and trim it regularly to keep it tidy.

    Once you know how to grow and trim a natural moustache, remember: your chosen moustache style speaks volumes. If you’re not happy with what yours is saying, try out something else – like a handlebar moustache.

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