LGBT SexyBack... to my face

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  1. vlsi0n

    vlsi0n New Member

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    I've noticed that my hair is getting a little uncontrollable, more so than normal so I set out to find a solution. Since this is a sensitive issue I will be making a purchase online, so only the delivery guy will laugh. Anyway, I was wondering if I'm wasting money buying a kit for trimming all sorts of hair in the face region or if I should just stick to a normal razor and get a basic trimmer.
     
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    Just DON'T get a Flowbee! Those things are goofy.
     
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    vlsi0n New Member

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    :mamoru: Is that a joke? It looks like a team of 6th graders made that website.

    But I think I will go ahead with the kit, just trying to stay trimed
     
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    Ha, no joke. My friend had one, mind you his goal was practically no hair, just a wee bit...
     
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    ManyHamsters There are necessary pursuits... but poetry, beauty

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    i use a kit personally, face trimmer ftw (also great for shaping any facial hair)
     
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    Diesel Freak ♂♂ Closet Crew OT Supporter

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    I bought one of those $30 drug store deals. It's fantastic!
     
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    stolid_agnostic One who is both stolid and agnostic. Get a diction

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    i used to use something like that on my body but I found that it took forever, did not work when wet (contrary to the name), and would sometimes cut me

    I do miss being entirely hairless, though (not hairy, just some hair)
     
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    Diesel Freak ♂♂ Closet Crew OT Supporter

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    I've never had a problem with mine. I'll have to look and see what brand it is.
     
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    vlsi0n New Member

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    Hmm, well I don't want to buy something that will cut me :noes:
    What brand do you have, I wonder if the conair kit is good..
     
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    Mine is the CONAIR thing with the blue turbo button on the front and a zillion little attachments and combs. No problems so far. :)
     

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