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    Not so close shave?
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    Anon_1131 posted:
    I would like to maintain a scruffy look with my beard, which is very popular with men now. Unfortunately after 3-4 days of growth my beard gets longer than what I would like. I then shave and I am back to the clean shaved look, which I do not want.

    My question, does any one know of a razor or a shaving technique where I could maintain the scruffy look by taking off just the minimum amount of beard?
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    gymrat44 responded:
    Sure - get yourself an iStubble electric clipper. It's cordless and has settings from 0.4 cm up to 5.0 cm which can be changed like using a TV remote. You can find the exact length of scruff which is perfect for you and by using the iStubble daily you can keep it indefinitely.

    I got one about six months ago and really like it!
    manhood should be enjoyed, not proven -- gymrat44


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