Beard Grooming – The Anchor Beard
The anchor beard is a pointed beard that traces the jawline, paired with a moustache. With the All Purpose Gillette STYLER, you can achieve this look. Beard style guide.
The Anchor Beard Look
There are countless facial hair styles, but this doesn’t mean that trimming a beard will be complicated. Here’s a simple set of steps to get you on your way to the popular anchor beard style:
Step 1: Select a Fixed-Length Comb for Trimming
The right comb length on your trimmer can help you style your look. The All Purpose Gillette STYLER comes with three comb attachments (2mm, 4mm, 6mm) for you to choose from.
Step 2: Trim Your Facial Hair
Even out your beard hair length with the trimmer. Trimming hairs before shaving can help reduce tug and pull while shaving, and it can help prevent clogged blades.
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Step 3: Define Your Beard Shape
Remove your trimmer’s comb attachment and trim your beard to define the Short Boxed Beard shape. For the best style results, keep the hair shorter on your neck and cheeks.
Step 4: Check for Symmetry As You Go
But be careful not to trim too much off in an effort to look even.
Step 5: Prep Your Face
Rinse your face with warm water to help hydrate your hair in preparation for shaving. Then, lather up with shave gel on the parts of your face that you want to shave completely bare, including your neck and cheeks. Using a shave gel can help prevent nicks, cuts, and irritation.
Step 7: Rinse Your Blades Often
Rinsing the blades often throughout your shave helps to prevent buildup of hairs and shaving cream on the blade edges and cartridge; this helps keep your razor performing at its best.
Step 8: Edge with the Precision Trimmer
Step 9: Rinse, Towel, and Moisturise
Rinse off your face with cool water. Towel off, and then apply a hydrating aftershave lotion or balm to help soothe your skin.
You have just mastered the Anchor beard style!
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