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    Default Jawline-beard - "Beard-shaper"..good/bad??

    How do you make super-thin beardlines like this:

    http://images-eu.amazon.com/images/P...4.LZZZZZZZ.jpg

    Is it just a matter of skills?....I tried doing it with me DE shaver but it seems difficult...and also I cant see any of the results / my stubbles while shaving because of the shaving cream......

    I can't make super precise lines with my electric shaver either.......because it's a philishaver and their heads are sort of big and triangular..making it difficult...

    I have consideret getting a beard shaper:

    http://www.esselectrical.com/product.asp?PRODID=HQS964

    ..........but i don't know if that can do the trick...


    Any suggestions???



    Thnx *

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    Default Re: Jawline-beard and thin stuff like that

    might i suggest you go to a pro the first time, just to make sure it comes out symmetrical and all that. then maintain it yourself. that shaper looks like it could do the trick.

    Traveller, there is no path. You make the path as you walk. -- A. Machado

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    Default Re: Jawline-beard and thin stuff like that

    Hmmm...never actually thought about going to a proffessional........might do that.........if I can't find one that shapes beards in my little town.........thnx for the tip liquid


    Anyone here who have tried an electric beards-shaper........pros / cons???

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    Default Re: Jawline-beard - "Beard-shaper"..good/bad??

    Try using shaving oil rather than cream or lather. You san see the outline easier. B2L




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