Top 10 Cars of the Royal Family

Top 10 Cars of the Royal Family

The Royal Family is often photographed motoring around London in convertibles, but with a stable of professional chauffeurs, why do they even bother learning to drive? A Prince Harry biographer says they just want to feel normal every once in a while. But a royal isn’t exactly the typical luxury car driver, who’s looking to impress. For high-profile royalty, private cars mean a taste of freedom and even rebellion; Princess Diana could hardly ask the help to drive her to late-night canoodles with Captain Hewitt, and Prince Charles parked on country roads to meet up with Camilla on the sly. The top ten cars of the royal family prove that they may want to be like us, but that they’ll never compromise on style.

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Rolls-Royce

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The Royal Family has owned dozens—dozens—of Phantom IVs and Vs. Of particular note was the Queen’s 1955 State Landaulet, a model reserved exclusively for heads of state.

Aston Martin

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On Prince Charles’s 21st birthday, the Queen gave him a Seychelles Blue DB6 Volante and hired two-time Formula One world champion Graham Hill to teach him how to handle it.

Mercedes-Benz

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In 1991, Princess Diana leased a burgundy convertible R129 Mercedes 500 SL that oozed glamour. Unfortunately, she was pressured to return it and to instead drive something more British.

Bentley

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The Queen can really cruise in her Bentley Bentayga, which can reach 187 miles per hour and costs more than $200,000. She has two more custom-made Bentleys as well.

Cadillac

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The good news: Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have used their fame to promote environmental causes. The bad news: they’ve earned criticism for driving a luxury Escalade that’s listed as one of the worst cars for the planet.

Vauxhall

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The 1961 Cresta Friary Estate was one of the Queen’s favorites, customized with a dog guard, gun rack, and fishing rod holders on the roof.

Audi

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William, Kate, and Harry all enjoy the German auto, but they probably don’t have to worry about car payments. Audi recently gifted William with a sharp A5 Sportback.

Land Rover

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In her 90s, the Queen loves to drive herself around her Scotland estate in an older Land Rover. Prince Philip prefers the Land Rover Discovery and Freelander.

Volkswagen

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Prince William’s first car was a humble Golf, evidence that he’s a man of the people. By coincidence, Kate Middleton couldn’t resist a hatchback, either; her 2001 blue beauty was put up for auction on eBay in 2011.

Jaguar

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Of all the top ten cars of the Royal Family, Jaguar seems to have earned the most royal loyalty. William and Kate are the latest royal generation to tool around in a Jaguar: the electric I-Pace. Princess Diana customized her XJ with two more seats for her boys; a grown-up Harry drove a Jag to his wedding reception. But Queen Elizabeth caused the biggest splash when she was spotted driving herself home from church: she zoomed back to the castle in a bottle-green Jaguar, her hat barely peeking out above the wheel.

Best Items To Look for When Thrift Shopping

Best Items To Look for When Thrift Shopping

Shopping secondhand has become a trend over the last few years. While you can attribute this to a lot of different factors, it’s a fact that people love finding great items for incredible prices. Whatever you happen to be looking for, your local thrift shop will probably have what you need. While there are the obvious items to look for in a thrift shop—like clothes and books—there are also many hidden gems you wouldn’t expect. Here’s our guide to the best items to look for when thrift shopping.

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Furniture

You may not want to buy a whole couch while you’re at the thrift store, but smaller pieces of furniture like end tables are perfect things to grab. Even if they aren’t exactly in line with your home décor, a little bit of creative retooling can turn a piece of furniture into the most interesting feature in the room. The next time you think your home could use another chair or coffee table, check out your local thrift shop.

Shoes

While many online shopping guides will tell you about all the great clothes you can get at a thrift store, you might overlook one integral part of your outfit. Thrift stores don’t put shoes on the shelves unless they’re in good condition. Check through the shoe section, and you just might find a great pair that would have cost you four times as much if you bought them brand-new.

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Houseware

Houseware and dishware are often annoying to buy all at once. They get very expensive, very quickly. At a good thrift store, you’ll be able to find:

These are just a few of the items that can really fill out your kitchen and make it feel homier. Plus, some people find getting all the same dishes a little too static and boring.

Works of Art

Some of the best items to look for when thrift shopping are pieces of artwork. You can find all sorts of interesting little knickknacks and paintings that will add a lot of personality to your home. They will certainly differentiate your interior design from that of someone who buys their decorations at a large retailer where everyone ends up buying the same thing.

Thrift shopping can be a tricky business. Although you might have to do some digging to find a great piece, the time you spend is usually worth it once you find something you love. Don’t forget to return to your thrift store regularly. You never know when they’ll get new stock to mull over.

Top 3 Ways To Propose Over a Holiday

Top 3 Ways To Propose Over a Holiday

While it’s sometimes considered taboo to propose on a special occasion such as a holiday, you know your future spouse better than anyone. If you know they’d love a traditional, holiday themed proposal, then you should go for it! Check out the top three ways to propose over a holiday.

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Recreate Their Favorite Holiday Movie Proposal

If your significant other is super into cheesy holiday movies with grand romantic gestures that lead to a glorious proposal, then the work is already done for you! Simply watch their favorite proposal scene a few times. Really study it. Then recreate every possible detail. Sometimes, you can even get a ring similar to the one in the movie when you know how to buy an antique engagement ring! This above and beyond gesture is sure to stun and amaze your future fiancée!

Bonus Tip: If the grand, romantic gesture is a little unrealistic for your budget, do your best with DIY and compromise. The sentiment is all the same even if your love’s favorite moment includes snow, and you live in Florida.

Take Advantage of the Surplus of Friends and Family

Especially if you and your sweetheart don’t get to see your friends and family too often or you only visit their hometown once a year, proposing while surrounded by loved ones is always a wonderful option. This is even more perfect if your loved one experiences homesickness.

Consider letting family and friends in on the secret and planning a get together that your love thinks is for the holiday, but turns out to be a proposal and engagement party all in one!

Bonus Tip: If one of you has little nieces or nephews, get them in on the secret by letting them deliver the ring to you right as you drop to one knee for some added cuteness!

The Surprise Photoshoot Proposal

Everyone knows this proposal—but did you know that you can put a holiday spin on it? Set up a time for you and your significant other to meet up with a photographer under the guise that you’re taking photos for a holiday card to send to family and friends. This ensures your special someone will dress up and have someone there to capture the romantic moment. During the photoshoot, propose.

Bonus Tip: You HAVE to let your photographer in on the secret and have a secret signal or code word for when you’re about to pop the question so they can be prepared to capture the moment perfectly.

A Skincare and Hairstyle Routine Every Woman Can Master

Getting ready in the morning is basically a job in itself. You might technically start work at 8 or 9 in the morning but you probably actually start a couple of hours earlier because getting yourself ready is work.

There’s really no other way to describe it. This is not to say that the process of doing your hair and your makeup isn’t fun because it definitely can be. A lot of people enjoy it and that’s entirely understandable.

But I think we can all agree that it’s much more enjoyable when it’s on a Friday night than it is when it’s first thing in the morning. It’s the last thing you want to think about when you’re still half asleep and you’ve got a hard day ahead of you.

We’re not talking about a big deal of an event like where you need to look really formal for a wedding or you’re going to the beach and you need your body to be bikini-ready, this is just going to work or to school or however you spend your days.

It really shouldn’t be something that adds an extra hour of effort to your morning. But it is possible to minimize that time. You don’t have to do anything extravagant, instead you can do something that looks nice but is also quick and easy to master.

Something that is so simple that when you get up in the morning it doesn’t even feel like effort for you it’s just a quick, easy job and then you’re on your way. So why don’t we try and figure this out.

The essential things that we try to cover every morning are our skin and our hair, so if we’re aiming for minimalism let’s just think about those right now and take a look at an easily mastered skincare routine first and then a few easy hairstyles too.

Skincare

There are all kinds of different things you can do in the morning to make sure that your skin looks great all day. Things like exfoliating masks and serums and all of that stuff is great, but it takes a lot of time.

When it comes down to it, there are really only three things that are essential and if you do all three you’ll have your skin looking great all day. So these essential steps are cleansing, toning and moisturizing.

To start with the first and perhaps most important step. Cleansing pretty much just means washing your face. You should do this again before bed, twice a day should be enough but make sure you’re using the right cleanser for your skin.

If your skin is oily you should use a foam cleanser, if it’s dry then the best choice would be a cream and then oil is better if you’ve got particularly sensitive skin. Give a few different types a try and you should find the right one.

You should put on your toner straight after the cleansing, the purpose of this is to give a bit of a balance to your skin and reduce oil. All you need to do is make sure your hands are clean, rub a bit of toner into your palm and then spread it onto your skin.

Be thorough in your selection. There are certain ingredients which are good for every skin type that you should look out for in your toner. Aloe vera, hyaluronic acid, chamomile, lavender, witch hazel and tea tree are all beneficial so if you can find a toner with one or a few of those you should be good.

And then we finish it off with moisturizer which is just to keep your skin soft and to prevent water loss. Same rules apply here, you need to find the right one for your skin type and your personal needs. 

A soft cream is better for dry skin because they’re more oil-based and as such they will have more of the desired impact. If you’ve got oily skin then you should look for a gel product so that it gets absorbed quickly. 

So there you go, three simple steps to great skin. So, onto your hair:

Hairstyles

Unlike the skin care routine, this one isn’t quite as simple as a three-step method because everyone’s hair is different and everyone has a different style that they prefer. So why don’t we have a look at a few different, but equally easy hairstyles for you to try:

Fishtail Braid

This might seem a little tricky at the start but it’s actually super easy to get the hang of and really quick once you know what you’re doing:

  • Divide your hair in half, gripping a section in each hand.
  • Pull a half-inch strand from the outside of one half and cross it over so it settles on the inside the other half.
  • Repeat this on the other side and then keep braiding.
  • Once you reach the last few inches of hair, tie it off.
  • You can also add a bit of volume with hair extensions.

And then you’re a fish! In a manner of speaking.

Milkmaid Braid

The great thing about this one is that it looks like something that you need to put a lot of effort into but is actually super easy to achieve. Here’s how:

  • Part your hair at the side and then tie a pigtail on either side.
  • Put each of these into a fishtail braid like the style above.
  • Wrap each braid across the top of your head, in between your hairline and your crown.
  • Secure the base on either side with a bobby pin.

This shouldn’t take any longer than five minutes and probably even less once you’ve practiced it a couple of times.

Top-Knot

Top-knots are the go-to simple hairstyle for women and it’s easy to see why. They’re extremely quick, keep your hair out of your face and look fantastic:

  • Tie your hair into a high ponytail and divide it in two.
  • Wrap these two sections around each other and then wrap them around the hair tie.
  • Pin the knot in place using a bobby pin or two.

Then you’re done! How simple is that?

Formal Ponytail

The ponytail is a notoriously easy, and attractive look which you can add a touch of formality too with one simple extra step.

  • Pull your hair into a low ponytail, leaving just a sliver free at the very base.
  • Wrap that sliver around the tie and tuck it into the elastic, concealing the tie itself.

Two steps to a great look. 

You shouldn’t have to be filled with dread at the thought of all the work you’ve got to do when you wake up in the morning. It can be such an easy process if you just follow a couple of simple processes instead of making it over complicated.

A Guide To Cord-Cutting for College Students

A Guide To Cord-Cutting for College Students

Subscriptions to streaming services can quickly add up, and that can be tough for a college student who is trying to budget their expenses. With the COVID-19 pandemic, staying in and binge-watching a show has become a standard Friday night for many after a long week of classes. Instead of spending an insane amount of money finding entertainment during this time, here’s a guide to cord-cutting for college students.

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Take Advantage of College Deals

Some college students might not realize how many discounts are out there for them. Some streaming services offer student discounts that lower the monthly price if you let them know that you are currently attending college. Some universities also offer a free account for streaming that can give you access to HBO and more. While it might only be a few extra dollars off, this can save you a ton of money long-term and allow you to get the entertainment you need.

Use the Right Device

A subscription isn’t the only thing college students need to worry about—they also need to find a way to get the shows they want on your TV. If you already own a laptop and an HDTV, the most affordable option is to get an HDMI cord. However, you can also find a Chromecast, Roku Streaming Stick, or Amazon Fire TV Stick for less than $50 if you don’t own a smart TV. You can also stream off your gaming console if you have one.

Buy a TV Antenna

The biggest problem college students face when it comes to cord-cutting is missing out on live TV. This is where a TV antenna comes in handy. You can find TV antennas in the $30 price range that will allow you access to a variety of free channels. Many modern TV antennas also come in HD, so you don’t have to sacrifice display quality either!

Bundle Up, Save Money

Many streaming services also have different bundles you can choose from that can help save you money in the long run. For example, you can bundle Disney Plus, Hulu, and ESPN Plus for $13 a month. Students can also get Hulu and Showtime with a Spotify Premium account for only $5 a month. Instead of subscribing to one streaming service, look for bundles first!

Don’t Forget Your Login-Ins From Home

The last part of our guide to cord-cutting for college students is to not forget about your log-ins from home. If your parents have streaming accounts that you typically use at home, take them with you to college, so you don’t have to pay for it on your own. However, you might want to ask before you run off with their account passwords.

Top 5 Entertainment Items To Bring on a Road Trip

Top 5 Entertainment Items To Bring on a Road Trip

With the holidays approaching, many families will pack up their cars to go spend quality time with their extended families. The holidays are a great time to get together and appreciate each other’s company, but the trek can be long and tedious. 

If you’re gearing up for a long drive this holiday season, here are the top five entertainment items to bring on a road trip to keep your family entertained.  

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Audiobooks and Playlists

While this one isn’t a physical item you’ll have to pack in your suitcase, you’ll still want to have your downloads prepared. Audiobooks and playlists are a great entertainment option in the car, especially for drivers who don’t have the same luxuries as the backseat companions.

Movies

For the kids in the backseat, movies are the perfect option to pass hours on the road. Bring a portable DVD player, a laptop, or a tablet with some downloaded shows and movies to keep them entertained. Be sure to pack some headphones, too, if you aren’t keen on listening to their movies from the front seat.

Games and Puzzles

Another form of entertainment that the whole family can enjoy are games and puzzles. Consider bringing a Mad Libs book, trivia cards, or a book of riddles to keep everyone in good spirits on the road.

Snacks

Boredom snacking isn’t really recommended for road trips, but indulging now and then can keep your mind occupied. Bring some healthy sweet and salty snacks along and maybe a less healthy option to reward yourself during the long drive.

Homework and Work

Your vacation should be a time to relax, but why not organize your work emails or finish some of that winter break homework when you get bored on the road? Get it out of the way in the car, so you don’t have to worry about it during family time.   

An essential step in preparing for a family road trip is bringing plenty of entertainment. Include one of our top five entertainment items to bring on a road trip to make your long-haul fly by.

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Best Ways To Improve Streaming Quality

Best Ways To Improve Streaming Quality

With the recent surge of staying in, and cold weather drawing near, there’s a high demand for streaming movies and television. Streaming on top of work or school from home may have hindered your Wi-Fi’s quality, resulting in slow loading rates or glitchy videos. If you are looking to enhance your network’s functionality, review these best ways to improve streaming quality.

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Upgrade Your Router

If a router reboot hasn’t enhanced your internet speed, start reviewing your options for an upgraded router. If you’re still using the one typically given for free at the start of using an internet provider, chances are the quality of your network isn’t getting better any time soon.

Putting money into a high-grade router will save you money down the line, curtailing the need to buy multiple malfunctioning routers. These typically offer a 5GHz range, in addition to the average 2.4GHz, to provide faster internet speed.

The type and cost of the necessary router will depend on the dimensions of your home. If you live in a larger home, opt for a router with a greater bandwidth. Smaller homes and apartments are usually content with “normal” broadcast systems.

Upgrade Your Internet Speed

This upgrade is labeled as one of the best ways to improve streaming quality and is perhaps the most obvious. Internet service providers are constantly updating their offerings. If it’s been a few years since you’ve checked in with your provider, ask what kind of upgrades they offer for returning patrons. Updating your internet speed is on way to drastically improve your network’s quality, letting you stream in peace.

Use Cables

Cables may sound daunting, but don’t be fooled. Ethernet and HDMI cables have undergone the same degree of advances as technology. Utilizing an Ethernet cable streamlines your device’s connection to your home’s network, minimizing buffering time. If your TV now uses Internet, too, there are many benefits to using HDMI cords with Ethernet. Going the “old-school” route can enhance your viewing experience by a landslide and make a worth investment to have around the home in times of network crisis.

Streaming our favorite shows has become a chosen source of comfort during these stay-at-home months. Having a reliable network is vital to the online streaming experience; troubleshooting your connection is essential. Get through that highly-anticipated series without hassle by using these tips to enhance your Wi-Fi’s quality.

Common Men’s Hairstyling Mistakes

Common Men’s Hairstyling Mistakes

Even though there are far more hair care products and treatments marketed for women, men can care about their hair just as much as anyone. Men’s hair has become much more varied in recent years compared to the simple, clean cuts of the past. There are some men, though, that may never have really thought about their hair. If you are one of these men, it can be intimidating to change things up. To help you avoid a permanent bad hair day, we’ve found the most common men’s hairstyling mistakes that you should try to avoid.

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Keeping the Same Style for Too Long

This is more of a lack of hairstyling problem. A lot of men get a little too comfortable with their hairstyles and refuse to change it up at all. This habit could mean years of looking exactly the same, even when your style has fallen out of fashion. There’s nothing wrong with asking an expert for an opinion on how your hair could look better.

Letting It Grow Long Without a Plan

There’s nothing wrong with long hair on guys. There are plenty of styles and great hair products for men with longer hair, such as specialty hair ties. However, if you are simply letting your hair grow without any idea about what you’d like it to look like, it’s going to get out of control very quickly. You’ll want to have a goal in mind for length and appearance before starting to let it go.

Overusing Styling Products

One of the most common hairstyling mistakes men make is using too much product in their hair. More product does not automatically make your hair look better. In fact, not only can that much product make your hair look bad, but it can also do a lot of damage to your hair that will make it look worse in the long run.

Choosing a Style Unfit for Your Face Shape

Everyone has a specific head shape that lends better itself to different styles. A man might decide on a hairstyle they’ve seen somewhere and want it for themselves, but this hairstyle could be all wrong for their head. If you’re unsure if a hairstyle would work for you, it’s best to get an expert’s opinion before you go all-in on it.

Even though these mistakes are common, they are easy to avoid if you plan ahead. Your hair is an integral part of your entire look, so it deserves a bit more consideration than none at all. You’ll be glad you gave it some thought once you have found a hairstyle that speaks to you.

How To Binge-Watch TV the Healthy Way

How To Binge-Watch TV the Healthy Way

Binge-watching is nothing short of a phenomenon that has launched streaming wars between various companies. Since many people are stuck at home with nowhere to go, burning through shows has become even more popular. But binge-watching, like anything you binge, can be harmful to your health. If you just can’t put that remote down, follow these tips on how to binge-watch TV the healthy way.

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Work Out and Watch

The first method to make your TV marathons a bit healthier is to combine your viewing with something productive. Watching a show while you are on a treadmill, for instance, is a great way to make your bingeing habits healthier and help you look forward to your workouts once again.

Eat Healthier Snacks

It can be easy to fall into the trap of reaching for the cookies or some other junk food while you’re enjoying a TV show. Make a simple change by swapping that junk for healthier snacks like almonds, pistachios, or an apple. If you can eat your way through a bag of chips without even really tasting it when you get lost in a show, use that habit to your advantage by eating or drinking something better for you.

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Protect Your Eyes

Spending too much time watching a TV show can also be bad for your eyes because of the blue light that emits from the screen. When you expose your eyes to too much blue light, you run the risk of digital eye strain, which can lead to fatigue. Thankfully, there is no shortage of blue-light glasses you can wear while you are binge-watching. They’ll give your eyes the protection you need.

Take Breaks

If you can’t get yourself a pair of blue-light glasses or don’t want to wear them, you can also just take some breaks throughout your binge. Stepping away from the television for a bit will give your eyes a much-needed break from the screen and give you a chance to grab some water, a snack, and a bathroom break. Breaks are also necessary to keep you from going into a hole and allow you to get a better night’s sleep—so set yourself some limits!

Watch with Others

Watching TV can be a great experience that you share with others. Pick a time to watch with friends and family, whether it’s in-person or virtually. Watching this way allows you to socialize with others and create common interests with friends and family that you may be missing during social distancing measures.

Pay Attention

The last tip on how to binge-watch TV the healthy way is to make sure you are paying attention. It can be easy to get bored with a show and start to scroll through social media and miss important beats. Look for a show that you find incredibly engaging. Not only will you be challenging your mind, but a program becomes far more enjoyable when you can really immerse yourself and escape from the real world for a little bit—which is something everyone can use a little bit of right now.

Top 5 Electric Razors and Shavers (2020)

Welcome to GetMojo, we do the research so you don’t have to! In this video, we’re offering our picks for the 5 best electric razors and shavers on the market in 2020.

There’s nothing better than a clean shave, right? Of course, to achieve that, you need the right tools. But which one is right for you? Well, to help you decide, we’ve sifted through numerous website and consumer reviews to present our 5 recommended products. Okay, first up.

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The Front Runner: Braun Series 7-790cc

Braun has been a powerhouse in the grooming business for a long time, and the Series 7 790cc model delivers its most consistently comfortable shave. Called “the best electric shaver for most faces” by Wirecutter, this well-rounded model also comes with a nifty cleaning and charging station for added convenience. And for a high-end razor, it’s extremely affordable at $175. 

The Comparable: Philips Norelco S9000 Prestige

Today’s rotary pick, this three-headed Philips model is fit for both wet and dry shaving and can be used for multiple different purposes, including beard, back and head-hair trimming. This $280 razor is quite expensive, but it’s also one of the coolest-looking shavers on the market, with a digital display for convenient readouts. And it offers an hour’s worth of use from a full charge. 

The Budget Option: Andis 17150 Pro 

If you want a simple, uncomplicated, affordable razor that will still do a stand-up job, then this $50 Andis 17150 model, with a lithium ion rechargeable battery, is an excellent choice. Coveted by barbers, this boxy foil shaver offers great battery life, a close shave and multiple different uses. It may not be the most stylish razor out there, but for $50, you can achieve that barber-shop feel every time you shave.

The Heavy-Duty Option: Braun Series 9-9095cc

Another Braun entry for today’s list, the Series 9 is similar to the aforementioned Series 7 in a lot of ways. However, where it differs —  and excels — is power. Ideal for curly and or thick hair, the $350 Series 9 is capable of slicing through thick beards and mops of head hair, as well as delivering an incredibly close shave. It also features an automatic self-cleaning base, and claims to offer up to three days of heavy use from a single charge.

The Delicate One: Manscaped Lawn Mower 3.0 

Some people’s shaving needs are a little more… delicate than others. And for jobs like that, Manscaped offers this updated model of their Lawn Mower shaver, which should still be used with great caution in those sensitive areas. This small, travel-sized trimmer is 100 percent waterproof, claims to be knick-proof, and can be charged via USB for added convenience. It’s also competitively priced at $70, meaning it could make a great secondary addition to a primary beard and head razor.

So which shaving tool should you choose? Well, that depends on if your needs are heavy or light. There are tons of affordable, light-use products out there, but also some pretty extensive, heavy-duty ones too. Just be sure to buy appropriately.

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