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    Keep Your Bathroom Clean With This Unexpected Beard Grooming Apron

    Respect the beard.

    Your winter beard has finally grown out and you are loving it.

    But taking care of your luscious mane can be a bit of a nuisance. Cleaning up your beard also means cleaning up the entire bathroom.

    You'll need to grab a few things:

    Kitchen apron, $8.99

    No-fray glue, $2.99

    Suction cups (2) $4.97

    Super glue, $6.09

    White acrylic paint, $7.12



    1. Grab your apron ($8.99) and cut off the ties. Apply no-fray glue ($2.99) to the cut ends.

    2. Mark an X on the bottom corners of the inside of the apron.

    3. Make small cuts following the X marks you just drew.

    4. Check that the X is large enough by pushing the hook of the suction cup through the X. Make any necessary adjustments.

    If you need to make the X larger, very carefully take the tiniest of snips out of one line in the X. Any larger, and the hole might be too big.

    5. Apply super glue on the edges of the suction cup hook.

    6. Fit the hook into the X. Twist to distribute the glue.

    7. Dress up your new grooming apron with a #beardgoals design in white paint ($7.12).

    Perhaps use your apron as inspiration for more ambitious trims.

    8. Finally, hook your apron to the mirror and trim your beard over your apron.

    9. Once you are finished grooming, gently pull the suction cups off the mirror and dump the trimmings into the garbage can.

    For more beard support, check out this roundup of grooming products that will tame your facial hair.

    Check out the video here.

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