Aligning (aka the top edge or top shape) creates a straight or angular hairline with a razor or T-shaped hair trimmer. However, the hairline is not the only hair that can defy nature. A form that continues from the side burns to the beard brings this precision cut to the next level.
Barber Luis Fontanez has some skills to create this fresh and crispy style. This is how to align a beard. Unlike the lines and arches of the face, the rest of this cut ends in a faint fade.
Of course, the hair grows fast and you can keep the look at home. It is much easier to maintain the edges than to create them. It is best to use a razor or razor blade. Then it’s as easy as removing stubble. To experiment with a razor, first try it on your arm or somewhere less visible. While the razors are sharp, they are really not hard to use. If you do not want to, visit the barber as soon as your hair grows.