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1. Hair be gone! Sure, body and facial hair may have helped our ancestors survive the great big outdoors, but today they’re mostly just a nuisance. Thankfully, we’ve evolved more than a few tips, tools, and techniques for getting rid of your less-than-favorite follicles.

2. To epilate or depilate? Depilation is any hair removal method that works at the level of the skin. This includes shaving and trimming. Razors and trimmers will give you fast, easy hair removal that doesn’t involve any deep-tissue work and will last from several hours to several days. Epilation is the removal of an entire hair from the root. It can last from days to weeks.

3. Stop squirming and start epilating. Epilators are nearly painless and will remove unwanted hair for up to four to six weeks. They’re electrically operated with multiple tweezers acting to quickly and smoothly target your bikini line, face, underarms, and legs. Often ergonomically designed, these handy hair helpers give you flexible access to your more delicate areas.

4. Looking to beautify your beard? Before using your beard and mustache trimmers, you may want to grow your facial hair out for about four weeks. For increased accuracy (and fewer misguided touch-ups) use your beard and mustache trimmers when your hair is dry. Follow your lip as a template and trim from the center out.

5. We know, ear and nose hair can be just plain annoying. Bid goodbye to yours with ear and nose trimmers designed to access hidden hairs with long, slender blades that are sharp enough to get the job done, but smooth enough to leave you hairless and unharmed.

6. Shave on. When choosing your next shaving set, you’ll first want to determine what sort of hair removal habits you stick to. Convenient and disposable, safety razors are great for preventing serious injury.

7. A little bit vintage and a whole lot of masculine style, straight razors give you greater control and less irritation. Straight razors are artistically crafted and produce a clean shave that requires skillful concentration. Beloved for their look and feel, straight razors last for decades and are often passed down through generations as family heirlooms.

8. Often decorative and always useful, a shaving brush will make your pre-shaving lather moister and thicker. Shaving brushes are a must-have accessory in any classic shaving kit as they lift and soften facial hair to help reduce irritation from shaving.

9. While shaving sets with shaving brushes and straight razors have a definite charm, there’s no comparison to an electric razor for convenience and ease-of-use. It may take your skin two to three weeks to adjust to a new electric razor, so you’ll want to watch out for initial irritation that will eventually pass.

10. Got stray hairs? Facial trimmers are a great way to maintain your beard and mustache styles. You can also touch-up eyebrows and sideburns with these user-friendly personal grooming tools. When trimming, you’ll want to make small, symmetrical adjustments to you hair length and style. A solid set of facial trimmers is designed for non-experts to maneuver their way to the facial hair style that suits their taste and face shape.