As a man, I often hear that as we age we become more distinguished and desirable. Awesome, right? However, that can’t always be true and it’s probably less likely to be true if we don’t take care of ourselves. Proper grooming is a big part of that.
A regular grooming practice I personally follow is making sure my nose hair is maintained. Now, I luckily didn’t need to begin doing this until I was well into my thirties, but when I finally did need to start I took the time to explore my options. I wasn’t keen on using scissors or tweezers so I naturally began looking at hair trimmers. I was overwhelmed to say the least. There are so many different manufacturers, models, price points, etc that I almost gave up. Almost!
Instead I asked myself what I needed in a nose hair trimmer and decided I wouldn’t buy one until I found one that satisfied all my conditions. I’ve compiled a list of questions for you to ask yourself should you find yourself in the same predicament check our website Pint Glass for more details.
What to look for in the Best Nose Hair Trimmer:
If your budget is less than $40 you may want to consider sticking with scissors because you really want a good quality trimmer.
Size does matter. You’ll want to select a trimmer that will fit into your nostrils comfortably.
In my experience, stainless steel blades (if properly maintained) tend to best the most effective in terms of quick, clean cutting of the hair.
Most clippers do not have a reservoir for catching the hair clippings but rather they let them fall leaving them to land on the sink, countertop or the floor. If this bothers you, like it does me, look for a model that catches clippings. Also, a good trimmer can be rinsed lightly with water.
Power is important. What’s the use is buying nose trimmers that can’t cut hair? Whether you want a corded or a cordless model, make sure has enough cutting power to cut hair.