What to Look for When Purchasing Mustache Scissors

If you are a facial hair enthusiast, growing a mustache offers a completely new set of challenges. Even if you are a first time grower, learning the dos and don’ts of growing a stache is necessary to keep your mustache looking trendy and stylish.

One of the most important tools for the mustache grower is a quality pair of mustache scissors. During the first month or so of growing out your stache you can use a beard trimmer to keep things even, but once your mustache has grown out to the length you want, you will need to invest in a pair of scissors to keep your mustache from growing into an unruly mess of hair. In this brief article we will look at the best mustache scissors on the market.

What to Look For in a Great Pair of Mustache Scissors

There are a number of American and foreign companies out there that make and produce quality mustache scissors. A simple search on Amazon or Ebay will give you several pages of different types and brands of scissors. Instead of reviewing these different companies and their products, we are going to help you learn what to look for in the best moustache scissors you need to keep you stache looking great.

First of all, you’ll want to find a pair of scissors that fits your hand. Some brands of scissors have finger loops that are uncomfortably small and tight. When you are trying to get a close clip, not having the right sized finger holes to allow you to adequately control where you are cutting can lead to disaster.

Another important feature of quality mustache scissors is having the full blade of the scissor capable of cutting. Some cheaper brands only sharpen the middle part of the blade thus not allowing you to make long and even cuts. For those men who have long staches, you’ll want a mustache trimming scissors blade that is capable of cutting the entire length of the blade.

The length of the scissors blades themselves are another important consideration to keep in mind. Most mustache scissors come in different blade lengths ranging from 2.5 inch to 5 inch blades. Any smaller or longer than those lengths and it will be uncomfortable and impractical to cut your mustache hairs. If you have a short mustache (think pencil styles), then a three inch blade should be plenty long for you. If, however, you have a fuller or longer mustache, the longer blade will probably serve you best.

Obviously, you’ll want a pair of scissors that are sharp. Trying to cut anything with a dull blade is frustrating and potentially dangerous. Almost all brands of mustache scissors come sharpened, but some brands even offer lifetime sharpening services should the blade go dull. Mustache scissors should be made from stainless steel, and any other type of metal blade will likely grow rusty and dull over time. Even if your scissors are made from stainless steel, be sure to dry them after each use.

Another quality that not all scissors have is the type of grip. Some scissors may come with only the most basic metal finger loops, while others will offer a rubber barbers grip inside the finger loops to offer added comfort and control. If you´re worried about having your fingers slip while using the scissors, its best to find a pair of scissors with these good grips.

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Some brands of mustache scissors are marketed as multi-use, meaning that they can be used to trim a mustache, a beard, and even your eye brows. These types of scissors tend to have a little longer blade. If you do have a beard along with your stache and want only one tool to get your trimming done quickly and efficiently, than a multi-use scissor will probably be right for you. Learning how to trim a mustache with a beard is a bit more difficult than just trimming a mustache on its own due to the different lengths between your beard and your stache. However, combining a beard trimmer with a quality all around, multi-use scissor that works well as moustache trimming scissors is the best way to get the job done.

Lastly, you’ll want to find a company that stands by the quality of their product. Instead of just going for the cheapest product, you may want to invest a little more money into a great product that will last a lifetime. Some companies offer a money-back guarantee if you are not happy with product. Even if you decide to shave off your stache, you never know when it might come back into style, and having those old trusty pair of scissors in the back of your bathroom drawer might come in handy one day.

Whatever brand of mustache scissors you choose, by following the advice we gave you above, you’ll be able to find the perfect type of scissors to keep you mustache looking great.

Sources:

http://beardtrimandgroom.com/best-mustache-scissors/

Eric
 

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