Growing older is rife with many disappointing moments and realisations. One of these includes the first time you spot a pesky strand of hair protruding out of your nostrils. It’s obviously pretty disgusting to wander around with bristles hanging out of your nose, so it’s key to include trimming as part of your grooming routine.
In the past we have reviewed the best nose hair trimmer from across the market and reviewed a selection of nose trimmers. One point we did find was to stick to the brand named models. The problem with nose trimmer is that unless the cutter works perfectly, all the happens is that rather than cutting, the trimmer starts pulling hairs out which if you have tried to pluck your nose hairs in the past, you know is very painful. If you have a great nose trimmer, you can still get it wrong, but often it comes down to trimming your nose hair in the right way.
Nose Trimmer Cutting Technique
If you’ve never before trimmed your nose hair, it can be a tad confusing. What you need to consider is your chosen tool and your chosen approach, both of which are dictated by how bushy the region has become.
Your first handy piece of kit should be a magnifying mirror, which can help you to get close and personal to the pesky protrusions. A nice close-up is pretty essential to ensure that you’re doing a good clean-up job. You’ll also want good lighting to see things well, and nice clean nostrils free of mucus and monsters. It’s maybe a good idea to slightly wet the hairs, which separates them and makes them easy to eliminate. You want to remember not to get heavy-handed and over-trim, as the hairs which don’t hang over the edges are essential for your nasal health.
When you’re all prepared, it’s good to consider your tool of choice, and you can usually choose from one of the big three: tweezers, scissors and nose hair trimmers.
- If you’re opting for tweezers, it’s important to consider a variety of things… especially that it hurts like hell! If you’re a brave soul who really likes to gain from the pain, then it’s still a valid option, but it can occasionally lead to some dastardly infections. If you’re keen to tweeze, you should use something with slanted tip and handles, and make sure you pluck carefully and quickly, then numb the pain as swiftly as possible.
- Your second option, scissors, are a way less painful affair. Make sure they’re nice and sharp, and be careful when you stick them up your nostril – any hasty moves might lead to mistakes! You should push up your nose when your cut, in order to more clearly pick out the hairs, and make sure you hit the most noticeable ones first off.
- The best and most safe option is without doubt an electric nose trimmer. These are designed specifically for the job and they do things quickly, tidily and without any pain. Electric models run on batteries or plugs, while manual ones have a premium two-handed design for those with particularly bushy nostrils. These all have covered blades to prevent against any nasty accidental cuts, and they’re comfortable. When using them, it’s best to blow your nose to before you begin in order get rid of any debris… then push up your nose with a finger and go slowly and gently to only cut the hairs you need to cut.
Whatever your chosen tool, make sure to have a little clean-up afterwards to ensure that the hairs are well and truly gone, and that your nose is germ-free and tidy. Happy trimming!
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