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Best electric shavers to keep your ‘Mo’ looking sharp

Get kitted out to groom your moustache like an expert this Movember

Men worldwide are growing moustaches to raise money and awareness of male health issues as part of the annual Movember event - and it’s easier than ever to groom that facial fuzz thanks to the great range of electric razors available. 

A “Mo” can come in all shapes and sizes, so the Movember website features a handy style guide to help you “choose the moustache that will grace your face”. As the site notes, the “first few days, even weeks, can be uncomfortable”, but “ignore the itching” and most important of all, remember that “a great Mo comes down to grooming”.

Here are some of the best electric razors on the market to help you shape and maintain the perfect tash.

Philips Series 9000 Prestige Wet & Dry Electric Shaver 

This Philips shaver features a BeardAdapt Sensor that checks the hair density 15 times per second and automatically adapts the shaver to your facial fur. Choose from three personal shave settings to suit your skin, and use the click-on facial cleansing brush and beard styler to complete your look.

£330; boots.com

Philips OneBlade QP2520 Hybrid Trimmer 

The OneBlade is designed to trim, edge and shave any length of hair, with four length settings ranging from 0.5mm to 5mm and a fast-moving cutter (200x per second).

£40; superdrug.com

Braun Series 3 Wet & Dry electric shaver 3040s 

Featuring a pop-up trimmer for sideburns and moustaches, this Braun model is a quality budget option that can provide enough power from one shave after just five minutes of charging.

£55; argos.co.uk

Braun Series 9 Electric Shaver 9390cc 

The Braun Series 9 has five shaving elements that capture more hair in one stroke for a flawless finish. The titanium-tipped blades won’t struggle with longer stubble, making it a good option for irregular shavers, and  built-in responsive technology adapts to the user’s face.

£250; argos.co.uk

Wahl Aqua Blade Multigroomer 

For those with more intricately styled facial hair, this versatile device comes with four clip-on heads, including a beard trimmer and nose and ear hair trimmer, as well as 16 differently sized guide combs. 

£100; selfridges.com

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