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Hair Clippers for Sensitive Skin | Avoid Razor Bumps and Burns

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Do you have incredibly sensitive skin? Rather than shaving with a razor, men's hair clippers may be the perfect option for you.

If you have sensitive skin, there are techniques to shave and sooth the irritation of shaving. Also, sometimes, the skin curls causing razor bumps namely in the neck area. Aaron Marino of alpha m. discusses shaving sensitive skin with a clipper rather than a razor to avoid these resulting razor bumps. The clippers aren't as close of a shave but you can have smooth face without getting razor bumps.

 


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Smart Shaving Tips for Black Men -
December 24, 2011
In an age when beards are not as popular as they once were, most modern day men conform to today’s expectations of sporting a clean shaven face.  A ritual most men perform almost daily; it still has its challenges and misconceptions. Possibly more than anyone else, African American men are confronted with a particular problem that requires special attention in order to manage.  PseudofolliculiRead More»
Manscaping | To Scape or Not to Scape  -
December 21, 2011
That is the question today’s men are faced with.  Traditionally, hair has been a part of a man’s identity, symbolizing masculinity and a coming of age.  Other than our face, hairless, smooth skin was usually reserved for women only. Well, gone are the days when women alone have that option.  Men are now permitted to “manscape” as little or as much as they’d like.  From eyebrows to buRead More»
Manscaping | Grooming Ear Hair -
December 16, 2011
Just because you can't see it does not mean it shouldn't be addressed and managed. Aaron Marino of alpha m. points out that when we age, we grow hair in strange places. Depending on where the hair is growing dictates how the grooming is handled. For inside of ear hair, use the nose hair grooming tool. For outside of the ear, options include plucking, shaving, and waxing. It's your responsibility tRead More»
Manscaping | Plucking, Clippers, Shaving, Waxing, Electrolysis, Laser -
December 11, 2011
Manscaping Tools Enter Code IAMXXLB for 10% Off Aaron Marino of alpha m. discusses some hair removal options which some are quick, some are slower, some are painless, and some are not: Plucking is good for single hair removal and tight spaces. Hair clippers are for covering big areas of your body. Be careful if it's your first time because you can cut yourself. Shaving is great for short hairs onRead More»

Grooming Nose Hair | Nose Hair Waxing -
October 7, 2011
Alpha has no idea if this is going to hurt - that is why he's doing this video! Apparently all three of his less than fashion forward friends get their nose hair waxed. Alpha plucks his nose hair so he can't imagine the pain pulling them all at one time. He likes the sound of having the nose hair not growing back for 3 weeks and that less-and-less grows back each time. Is it safe? Alpha researchedRead More»
Manscaping Tips | How to Manage Pubes -
June 23, 2011
Alpha's manscaping regimen is pretty involved, and in this video, he details his methods. He also provides tips so you don't get razor burn and nicks. Aaron Marino of alpha m. provides manscaping tips. Alpha shaves his legs, arms, chest, feet, butt cheeks ... almost everything. Many athletes shave their bodies, which he gives examples and reasons why. He shaves because he likes it. He likes the loRead More»

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