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The Best Nose Hair Trimmers, According to a Celebrity Groomer

These are great tools for the job.

You have nose hair. We all have nose hair. But you need a nose hair trimmer to keep it contained. You may not be able to lick your nose, but everyone around can see it, which means they can also see the nose hair that, as you get older, will naturally start sprouting out of your nostrils. Invest in the best nose hair trimmer to keep those strands in check.

Marissa Machada, a celebrity groomer who works with Rami Malek and Zachary Levi, is here to tell you that, as much as you might want to, you shouldn’t ignore your nose hair.

“I usually take one day a week that I inspect my face in a close-up mirror just to make sure I don’t have any unwanted hair or anything on my face,” she says. “I wish more men did that as well.”

Nose hair serves a legit purpose. It’s your body’s defense system, keeping debris out of your schnoz. But if you do notice some hair peeking out of your nose, there are a few things you can do about it. Machada says the quickest and most painful way is to let a professional deal with it.

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“The esthetician basically takes a wooden stick with a gob of wax places it in the nostril and pulls.  The glamour is not here, however, the effect is excellent. This method pulls all the hairs in one go and leaves for a longer grow back period versus other methods.”

Of course, nose hair grooming is probably a DIY activity for most guys, and even those so inclined might not always have the time to get to the salon. For nose hair grooming in the comfort of your own bathroom, you can always use a small pair of scissors, but for a quicker, less risky method you should consider a dedicated nose hair trimmer like the one Machada uses on set because it’s “quick and painless.”

The best nose hair trimmers are easy to use and inexpensive. They come in manual and electric options, and some have attachments so they can tackle other smaller grooming jobs, a vacuum that collects the hair, or a waterproof construction so you can use them in the shower. Here are some of our favorites.

This beast of a rechargeable nose hair trimmer also tames your beard and your ear hair. It's cordless. It lets you choose between 14 lengths. It's dual voltage. And it comes with its own travel pouch. You also get an adjustable guide comb, three stubble combs, and four hair guide combs. Seriously. What more could you ask for?

This trimmer is specifically geared for handling nose hair, ear hair, and brow hair. You can use this trimmer wet or dry. And we particularly like the integrated mini spotlight which ensures that no errant hairs remain. You just rinse the heads under running water to clean them.

This insanely popular trimmer is cordless, uses on AA battery, and has a vacuum system that collects and deposits trimmed hair particles into a chamber because, hello, gross. You can use this thing wet or dry. You can use it on your brows and ears as well.

The unique shape of this trimmer head is a three-bevel blade that means it cuts hairs from the top, middle, and bottom. This thing, which comes with a detail trimmer and shaver attachment, cuts close without skin irritation, and it comes with a carry bag for taking it on the go. Plus, it can tackle ears, brows, and sideburns.

This basic, no-frills trimmer doesn't cut your hair. It removes it at the root. Which can reduce hair growth over time. Painful? Well, you might need a stiff drink, but you stick this in your schnoz, and it yanks out the hair.

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