How to remove unwanted hair from a man’s ears, or nose.
Yes, I am one of the lucky ones that even though I am in my late 50’s, I still have a full head of hair.
However, I sometimes feel I have as much in my ears and nose. Why does that happen?
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Having lots of hair on my head is one thing, but having it dangle from your nostrils, or having fuzzy ear lobes is unsightly. Well, at least it is to me anyway.
Quite honestly it drives me crazy when I see friends and family members who don’t keep their hair trimmed in those two areas.
Many years ago I actually became quite aware of the ever-increasing amount of hair I had in my ears and nose and decided to do something about it.
It’s kind of ironic that the device that I bought well over 10 years ago, is still working quite well. Knocking on wood!
The Conair model shown below is the updated model to what I have in my medicine cabinet. Its reviews indicate it works just as well as mine, which is pretty darn good.
- The Conair Man Personal Grooming System is great for trimming necklines / sideburns, nose / ear hairs, eyebrows, and body
- Includes two attachments: detail trimmer and eyebrow brush
- Easy to use angled detail trimmer
- Operates on 1 AA battery (not included)
Of course, for those of you who have specific needs, or prefer other brands, there are numerous options.
Below are a few of the best selling according to Amazon, but you can see others by clicking any image.
Another area to keep trimmed that the Conair model works well for the areas around the eyes, especially bushy eyebrows.
I get my hair cut quite often especially when I’m wearing it shorter, but I find that I need to trim my brows even between cuts.
I am able to use the same trimmer for my eyebrows, as well as use it on my unsightly nose and ear lobe hair.
So one of the takeaways from all this is that if you’re going to consider yourself truly groomed then you really should try to keep ALL areas of your face groomed. Not just shave your face and call it a day.
Make sure that you have a trim look for your hair, and then use the hair grooming devices that are available to trim your nostrils hair. Also, trim your ear lobe hair and your eyebrow hair when needed.
So are you having trouble with the hair growing in your nose too? Or maybe your ears get really really furry like some of my friends and mine get. Post your comments below on how you deal with it.
If you have other ways other than using a trimmer to take care of unwanted hair you can post that in the comment section below too.
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