How To Trim Nose Hair

How To Trim Nose Hair

Welcome to our top tips for an amateur nose hair trimmer. Either you’ve hit that point in your life that you’re suddenly sprouting hairs from your nose, or you’ve hit it long ago, but having them pointed out to you has worn you down over time, and you’ve submitted to personal grooming.

No one likes to see hair sticking out of someone’s nose, but for some reason, a lot of people think it’s okay to let their nose hair grow wild and free.

Unfortunately, this can lead to some pretty unattractive results. In order to keep your nose looking its best, you’ll need to know how to trim your nose hair. Keep reading for more information on how to properly groom your nasal hair.

In any case it’s really no drama, learning to trim your hair at home is simple, and after a couple of tries you’ll already feel comfortable with what you’re doing.

The most important thing is having a high quality nose and face hair trimmer. Here are just a few things we think you should be aware of to know how to remove nose hair properly.

1.Don’t be afraid

Tip one is not to worry, you can’t injure yourself with your nose, ear, and face hair trimmers, they’re extremely safe to use.

The blades aren’t exposed, so that a little like a mini waste disposer unit the blades are inside, and only cut the tiny hairs that enter the guard.

This said, if anything happens and the guard becomes damaged or broken, don’t try to use the trimmer.

2. Take your time

Don’t rush if you’re a beginner, pick a time when you’ve got nowhere to be and nothing to do and take your time learning how your trimmer works.

Sometimes, because the blades are inside as mentioned, you might only shorten a hair, and not cut it entirely, so be sure to check a mirror and go over any missed spots until clear.

It won’t take long, usually with a decent model trimmer, a minute or two per nostril should get the job done.

3. Don’t be too thorough!

The hairs in your nose are important, and serve a function for your health, so don’t go too gunhoe! Just tidy those edges that are peeping out into the outside world.

4. Experiment

Be sure to try your clipper out for other tasks too, especially if it comes with those attachments already. You can use your trimmer to tidy up the hair around your ears, around the nape of your neck, eyebrows, your moustache and so on.

5. Listen out

When the trimmer is working properly you’ll be able to hear the blades cutting, so if in doubt, you listen out. Especially handy for when you’re tidying up the back of your head.

That’s all for our how to guide to trimming nose hair, you now know everything you need to know! So go and try yours out now, and we’re sure you’ll enjoy them.

6. Cutting Nose Hair with Scissors

The first step to using scissors is to make sure they are clean. Use antibacterial hand soap to wash them thoroughly, or wipe them down with rubbing alcohol. Once they are clean, tilt your head back slightly and pull one side of your nostril open so you have a clear view of the hairs inside. Gently insert the scissors about ⅛ of an inch into the nose and cut any long hairs that you see growing there. Repeat this step on the other side of your nostrils and then wash the scissors again before putting them away.

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