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Jan 23 17 12:53 PM
cdubbs wrote:Mike, at any length your beard earns respect anywhere you go... let me change that demands respect. There's just something about a white beard that does that. I can't explain it. Looks great!! Keep up the workouts along with the beard, it's a great confidence booster!! I need to get back in there myself. I just can't find time.... blah blah.... I know. Excuses excuses, I have to make the time, right?? Well beard on brother, you definitely have one to be proud of.
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Graybeard57 wrote:So how did the meeting go with the new boss, Did he have an awsome beard
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Jan 30 17 5:40 AM
Good to see you still keeping the beard looking neat & professional Mike, Please don't be offended if I offer an observation on your present look. To my mind it would look better with the chin being longer & if you could reduce any more from the under chin/neck area it would still be neat & compact but would give your beard, especially from the side profile a more horizontal appearance from bottom of chin to crease of neck, just my personal opinion.
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Jan 30 17 6:41 AM
Car guy wrote:Smed, I could really use some help about the connector area. I think I want to try what you are talking about. Does this involve getting your mustache out of the way and then trimming the cheeks a common length, or just the connector area where the mustache would lay?
Jan 30 17 9:41 AM
smedstad wrote:Car guy wrote:Smed, I could really use some help about the connector area. I think I want to try what you are talking about. Does this involve getting your mustache out of the way and then trimming the cheeks a common length, or just the connector area where the mustache would lay?
Yes, I sweep the tips of my moustache upwards and hold them in place with one finger, while I use the other hand on the clippers to trim the connector-area quite short. Last time I trimmed, I used the following settings on my clippers (each number = 1 mm):
23: Middle of the chin (this is the longest setting on my trimmer).
19–15: sides of the chin towards the cheeks.
9–6: cheeks, tapering up towards the top of my ears (6 for connector-area too) + similar approach tapering to neckline.
Freehand: smoothing out transitions + zeroing in on the shape on and under my chin.
Good luck! Now, go make that moustache POP
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