FREE SHIPPING TO CANADA & USA OVER $35
FREE SHIPPING TO CANADA & USA OVER $35

What’s The Best Way To Deal With Facial Hair

Hasan Shah

Posted on December 19 2020

What’s The Best Way To Deal With Facial Hair

 

If there’s one thing that guys have in their grooming routine that most women won’t be able to relate to, it’s dealing with facial hair. Some guys like to leave their facial hair on and go for a rough and rugged kind of look while others like to keep things in control for a neater and cleaner appearance. Whatever your preference may be, one thing is for sure: you need a good tool to help you achieve the look you’re going for.  

 

What’s the best way to deal with facial hair? Well, that depends on what you want to achieve. Do you need the closest shave you can get or are you just looking for a facial hair removal tool to trim your facial hair so it doesn’t grow too long and get out of control? 


Here are some of the most commonly used tools for removing facial hair. 


  1. Wax machine kit - waxing is a great, albeit painful, way of removing hair from your face. The great thing about it is that the more you do it, the less painful it feels as you build up your tolerance towards the pain. It can be a bit of a tedious process to do at home since you’ll need to wax the melt, put it on, strip it off, and repeat. What’s good about it, however, is that hair takes longer to grow back when you remove it via waxing. To avoid the hassle, get a complete wax machine kit like the Gigi Mini Pro Kit and Warmer which has everything you need for waxing. 
  2. Epilator - an epilator is a small device that removes hair by grasping and pulling. It’s one of the most popular women’s hair removal devices, but there are lots of guys who prefer to use an epilator to get rid of their facial hair too. 
  3. Clipper - if you want a facial hair removal tool that you can also use for your hair, get a clipper. Wahl has some of the best ones and we really like the special edition Wahl 100 Year Cordless Clipper which is not just a testament to how good this brand’s products are but also an amazing clipper for hair, beard, and moustache. 
  4. Razor - if you’d like to take the old-fashioned route with your facial hair removal routine, use a razor like the Medavita Shavette Razor. It’s painless (as long as you don’t nick yourself) but it can be pretty challenging to use if you’re doing it for the first time as there is a bit of learning curve to get over with this tool. 

Whatever tool you choose to remove your facial hair with, just make sure you’re comfortable using it so it doesn’t become a painful experience. 

More Posts