Everybody found it easy to control and straightforward to use, with the entire panel also agreeing that it was an excellent ear hair trimmer. The end result Unanimous satisfaction with how their nostrils and ears looked after grooming.
Sometimes hair suddenly sprouts like mushrooms after a rainstorm in hard-to-get places like your nose and ears. Whether you sport a well-trimmed beard or a clean-shaven face, consider keeping these other random hairs under wraps as well. You could pluck them, but you'd better be prepared for an eye-watering torture session if you do. Or you could use scissors, but one slip, and you could get a painful jab to the inside of your nose from the sharp metal tips or pinch your skin between the blades. There's a better way, thanks to products built specifically for the job.
We've gathered a variety of nose hair trimmers, from simple-to-use manual versions to ones with a bunch of other features made to tackle the rest of your body hair and some that even have built-in vacuums to whisk the hair away. These represent the safest options for removing unwanted hair in hard-to-reach places without pain and easy cleanup.
You're probably more familiar with Manscaped for their Lawn Mower 4.0 that removes hair below the belt, but the company also makes the Weed Whacker that's for nose and ear hair. The key takeaways from testing it out were how quiet it was while smoothly and quickly removing nose and ear hair. It's fast and efficient and completely painless. It's rechargeable, easy to clean, and simple to operate.
The company also offers a bundle called the Performance Package 4.0, that includes the Weed Whacker and Lawn Mower, along with a couple other products, that will have your body hair removal needs covered from nose to nether region.
The Philips Norelco Multigroom 5000 is the go-to product for hair removal from your head to your toes. Considering the amount of uses, the Multigroom 5000 performs them all really well. It cut through my beard with ease and then when I switched to the nose/ear-hair attachment, it quickly knocked out that job as well. The process was straightforward and painless.
The Multigroom 5000 is rechargeable and will give you three hours of power on a single charge. While it's not as quiet as some selections in this roundup, its versatility and power make up for that small shortcoming. Even with the ton of attachments (the nose hair blade, three other blades, and more than a dozen trimming guards), it's simple to operate. Pro tip: keep the directions handy so you can navigate the various tools that come with the clippers.
The ConairMan has a 360-degree beveled blade to quickly and evenly cut through even very abundant nose and ear hair. It provides 60-minutes of continual use, which should provide plenty of clipping sessions. Besides your nose and ears, you can use the ConairMan to clean up the rest of your face, from trimming and shaping sideburns, mustache or beard, to making sure your brows don't give off Neanderthal vibes. Downsides include not being rechargeable and it is a bit loud, but it makes up for this by being fast, lightweight, and multifunctional.
The Ginity trimmer comes with a lot of benefits at a budget price. It's a four-in-one grooming kit so you can trim your nose hairs and then switch to the attachments for your eyebrows, sideburns, or facial hair. The trimmer is partially waterproof (the metal tip blades are, but the plastic body is not). It's compact for travel, quiet, and rechargeable (comes with a USB cable).
The Panasonic GN70-K has a high-velocity motor to take on thick, coarse hair at a fast clip (pun intended) and has a built-in vacuum for easy cleanup. The GN70-K has an ergonomic design so you can more easily get into the nooks and crannies of your nose and ears. It's battery operated, giving it a 40-minute run time for multiple uses. You can use the trimmer in the shower if you're the kind of person who likes to multitask.
The Liberex Nose Hair Trimmer features an LED light to help you clearly see the hair you're removing. Besides the helpful illumination, the trimmer is extremely quiet and has a stainless steel dual-blade head that's removable for easy cleaning. The Liberex is also easy-to-use thanks to its one-button control. It's not rechargeable, but according to the company, one AA battery can provide enough juice for six months if used in five-minute increments (a typical amount of time needed to take care of nose and ear hair).
The Wahl Micro-Groomsman is a small trimmer, about the size of a pen, but is powerful enough to trim your nose and ear hair quickly. It has multiple uses besides ridding yourself of nose hair. The trimmer comes with a detailer attachment to shape your sideburns, mustache, or other facial hair. It takes a single AAA battery, doesn't pull or nick your skin, and is easy to clean since you can run the blades under running water. The small size is perfect for travel so you can feel your best wherever you go.
If you're looking for a compact, non-electric nose-hair clipper, the Royal Manual Gold is the way to go. With 12 dual-edged blades, it effortlessly cuts through the toughest hairs painlessly. On the plus side, you don't have to worry about charging it up or changing batteries, it easily disassembles so you can clean it with little effort, and it's super compact for travel. On the minus end of the scale, because it's manual, it's slower to get the job done than any of the electric models in this roundup and it doesn't do as well with ear hair as the electric models.
Sick of long hairs tickling your nose After researching over 35 of the market's best options, we purchased 9 of the best nose hair trimmers available today. We went to work, letting all our hairs grow out before cutting them back again. Armed with all products in hand, we had the opportunity to actively compare performance across several metrics. Not only did we trim our nose, face, and ear hairs whenever we could, but we compared performance, trimming heads, battery, and other features that matter. After grooming for a few months, we offer you our recommendations, grounded in hands-on and unbiased research.
The ConairMan Lithium nose and ear hair trimmer earns the top spot in this review for its uniqueness and impressive performance. Its cutting head features a mushroom shape that can reach more places with comfort than any other trimmer tested, and it doesn't get too clogged up with trimmings. The included lithium AA battery has an impressive run time of seven hours.
While we love the performance, we wish it was a hair easier (pun intended) to disassemble this model for cleaning. Other products offer better serviceability in this regard. We also must point out that the impressive seven-hour run time is only with the included lithium AA battery. Sadly, it is not rechargeable, and another type of battery may not offer the same performance. Aside from these small setbacks, the ConairMan Lithium is our favorite overall trimmer for its wide range of coverage and long run time.
The Wahl Ear, Nose, and Brow Trimmer is a comprehensive manscaping tool for many male facial needs and comes at a great price. It works like a standard nose hair trimmer and then some. The included slide cutter clicks into place and includes various guards for length adjustment. Three hours and 45 minutes is an acceptable battery life.
The drawback is the addition of the fan motor significantly decreases the battery life. When you turn on this nose hair trimmer, you inevitably engage all the features. As a result, its battery life lasts only a fraction of the time of other top-scoring products. Use the Panasonic ER430K regularly, and you can expect to replace the batteries more frequently than you would with many others.
One of the notable downsides to this product is that the battery life is just around average. We also think that its primary performance as a nose hair trimmer doesn't quite match the rest of the product's heft. It gets the job done, but it is not super powerful. However, if you want a basic trimmer with a couple of extra features, this one could be worth considering.
Our nose and ear hair expert Jed Porter's mom bought him a nose hair trimmer when he entered high school. Embarrassing Yes, but we'll go to great lengths to test and to demonstrate our authority. Jed isn't afraid of revealing intimate details if it demonstrates his decades of experience with a product category. On top of a lifetime of orifice hair grooming, our test team conducted more than a month of testing.
Here we assess how thoroughly and quickly the device removes hair. A tool like this is supposed to cut hair, but does it do that efficiently and effectively There is a remarkably wide spectrum of performance in this category. Because we tested both powered and unpowered options, this scoring metric is the most wide-ranging of all the metrics. Powered ones are faster than non-powered ones. Rotary trimmers are faster than slide style, and bulbous, \"mushroom\" rotary-style cuts more thoroughly than cylindrical.
The ConairMan Lithium has the test's only bulbous \"mushroom\" shaped cutting head, and we found it to cut more effectively than the others. Among the powered options, at the other end of the spectrum, is the slide-style cutter of the Micro Touch Max. It does a good job of trimming/sculpting beard and other facial/surface hair but is clumsy in your ears and nose. The Remington NE3845 and Wahl each come with a cylindrical cutting head and a slide-style cutter head. The inexpensive Panasonic ER430 and Panasonic ERGN30 both have cylindrical cutting heads.
The manual squeeze action of the Tweezerman is trickier to use than others. The slide cutters of the Micro Touch Max are harder to navigate in ears and noses. The Remington and ConairMan trimmers both have twist-activated switches, which is somewhat annoying. On the other hand, their shape and texture are nice to work with. The ConairMan Lithium is narrower than we think is ideal but didn't hamper function. 59ce067264