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    Default Re: Ladies, have you cut/shaved/trimmed a man's facial hair?

    Feel confident, and honored, in knowing he likes the job you did, seeing how if a man has facial hair, and he cares to trim it, that it is very important to him. The first time is always the hardest, the more you do it the more comfortable you will get.
    I enjoy trimming and cleaning up the edges of my DHs beard. he is proud of it, and I am too, and I feel honored he trust me to be his barber
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    Default Re: Ladies, have you cut/shaved/trimmed a man's facial hair?

    My cousin asked me to help him and I was very nervous, I didn't want to mess up his looks because I had never done that in my life lol. But apparently I did it just fine Maybe I could be a barber
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    Default Re: Ladies, have you cut/shaved/trimmed a man's facial hair?

    I have not and don't currently have any occasions that the opportunity to do it would come up, although in theory I feel like I personally wouldn't find it to be a particularly nerve-wracking experience and would feel pretty neutral about it. I've only ever used a regular non-electric razor to shave my own legs and such, so I'd probably approach it as like shaving my underarms (the skin seems more fragile there and there are more contours you have to work around, like there would be when shaving facial hair).

    Although maybe if I did end up actually trying it, my thoughts on this would change.

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    Default Re: Ladies, have you cut/shaved/trimmed a man's facial hair?

    I've done it for my husband. When he isn't on a beard cycle, I usually use an old fashioned safety razor with a fresh blade, the modern designs dull too quickly and get dangerous.

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