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Maybe you're late to the game on the winter beard phenomenon. Or perhaps you're simply sick of shaving in the morning. In any case, you're ready to embrace your God-given right to grow some facial hair. But it's not as simple as tossing out your razor.
You've made it. Now you want to make sure you're maintaining it with regular shampooing. Those with long faces can benefit from keeping the beard longer on the sides and trimming the chin a bit shorter. Make sure to comb before trimming to remove any tangles. Use a heavy duty set of clippers like Wahl Professional that handle the job.
Exhibit C: Hamm
A handmade moustache and beard comb from Kent, which has been making their handsome combs since 1777. The finely polish teeth glide easily over cheek shrubbery.
$6, at Clubman