1. Select an essay.
Most beard trimmers are supplied with different attachments. The attachments ensure a uniform cut to the desired length. Nobody wants to cut his beard too short.
If you're not sure which one is the right one, you can start with the attachment that leaves the hair longer. You can still cut the hair shorter later, but if you cut the hair too short, you have to wait until it grows again. Follow the manufacturer's instructions for details on the various settings and speeds of your beard trimmer.
If you want to shave off your beard, you can omit the attachment.
2. Engage the beard trimmer and cut the beard on both sides of your face with a gentle but firm pressure. Let the beard trimmer glide over the beard in long lines in the direction of growth.
Keep the balance between each side of your face by always starting at the ears and working your way down.
The attachment prevents the beard trimmer irritating your skin or cutting off too much hair.
3. Cut your mustache and chin.
Start under the nose and move the bar cutter towards the mouth and then to the chin. Pay special attention to the poorly accessible areas directly under the nose.
Keep your mouth closed so the hair does not enter your mouth.
Depending on the length of your beard, it may be easier to cut the mustache extra with scissors.
4. Finish the cut with a clean edge.
Remove the attachment from the beard trimmer and cut along your neckline to remove the remaining hair on the neck. You can accept your jaw as a straight line.
If you want, you can also soap and shave your neck. That depends on how you want to design it. Some men prefer a clean separation for their beard, while others opt for the subtle style with stubble on the neck.