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Nose Hair Clippers-Nasal Hair Trimmer Goes Deep

Updated on June 16, 2016

Nose Hair Clippers-Nasal Hair Trimmer To The Rescue

  • How many of you believed that you would never need Nose Hair Clippers - Or even Want a Nasal Hair Trimmer?

Me neither. But I thought that about a lot of things.

I remember seeing gray haired men with eyebrows that blasted out of their foreheads, hair sticking out of their ears, and yet even more hair coming out of their nose and instead of quietly waking past them, I would stop and plant both my feet shoulder width apart, firmly on the ground, turn back in their direction and with a finger pointing right straight at them, I would say in my loud, childish voice, "Mommy, Look At THAT!" Then I would tug on moms hand and arm as if she had no clue what I was pointing at or who I was pointing to. Her red face gave her away every time.

The only reason that comes to mind is because it left such an impression on me that I resolved myself to the fact that this was NOT something that I wanted to happen to me.

Nose Hair Clippers-Nasal Hair Trimmer Divert Catastrophe

Well, it did. I grabbed that lone darn hair that seemed to grow overnight - right out of my right nostril and I pulled on it, expecting it to be as mildly painful as pulling an eyebrow lash and to my surprise, it actually hurt a lot more.

Not wanting to experience that again, I promptly bought myself a nasal hair trimmer and grooming kit for those highly visible areas - just in case they grew back in other places. I was not going to take any chances!

I know this isn't a normal topic of conversation, but I don't think that it's as bad as boogers hanging out of your nose, so bear with me. Few, if any other device can duplicate what a nose hair clipper does, so in that respect, they deserve to have a voice. Clippers and trimmers will catch beard fuzz and straggle, but only a nose hair clipper can get the nostril and ear area tidy.

Unsightly Nose Hair Makes Clippers Look Good

Nose and ear hair actually works as a filter to keep harmful dust and germ particles on the outside of your body. Too many of them and they act like a big red, "Do Not Enter," sign that is visible to all who bother to look in that direction. And if you have conned yourself into believing that they blend in with a beard or mustache - Guess what! They don't!

Nose hair clippers work by snapping off those unsightly visual bandits with a sharp rotary blade that cuts them swiftly and cleanly away.

The best way to order one of these nose, ear and hair trimmers is online. The reason you don't want to order them through a mail-order catalog is because you may end up on some mailing lists that you hadn't planned on. It has nothing to do with the device itself, but the nature of the device and that is all.

For some reason, mail order companies have deemed people who order these gadgets to have tastes in other 'interesting' areas and so those people get targeted - and not in a good way.

Nose Hair Trimmers-Good Choices

Nose Hair Clippers-Nasal Hair Trimmers For Women

As a woman, I do not recommend that you use tweezers for this experience. Pulling hurts worse than cutting. It's a fact of life that as we age, we get hairier - some more than others. And if you let it go the results can cause your self confidence some major damage. With the slim, pen like features of the more modern choices, you'll be glad you have no worries in the personal grooming area.

Nose hair clippers with built in lights are great if you have lower lighting in your bathroom area or (gasp) your car. Remember that you are not invisible in your car.

There are even models that feature a vacuum. But unless you have to use a nose hair clipper twice a day while you are at work, then I'm not sure that this is much of an advantage over hanging your schnozzle over the sink, in front of the mirror. Kazaam - you can be finished in seconds!

And feel free to walk right past anybody with your nose straight up in the air.

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      mwatkins 7 years ago from Portland, Oregon & Vancouver BC

      Hi Katiem - thanks! It's just one of that those kinds of grooming things that make me say, "ick" every single time. Glad to see you - thanks again!

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      katiem2 7 years ago from I'm outta here

      Great selection for trimmer needs the magnification mirrors are a must as well, see everything leave nothing. Great tips and products for nose hair, eye brows and such. :)

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