Disclosure: I was provided a free sample of this product in exchange for my honest review. (See my Disclosure Policy Here)
I’m a man with a Beard. Not one of those wild untamed beards popularized by hipsters, but a light beard that is maintained on a somewhat regular basis. Each time I trimmed my beard though I left the bathroom sink and the surrounding area a mess. I tried lining the sink with old newspapers to catch most of the hairs but they would still wind up in places that were difficult to clean.
I would do the best I could each time to leave the area clean but if I was in a hurry there would be stray hairs left there for a couple days in those hard to clean places, particularly around the faucet. It is one of those things that was really easy to say “I will do it later” about. It wasn’t very pleasant to look at but people tend to be busy in real life so it wasn’t a priority to clean up. It was something my wife never complained about but obviously wasn’t a fan of. That is why I was excited to try the Beard Catcher. It sounded like the perfect solution.
The Beard Catcher is one of those products that I wish I had thought of. It is so simple but it is also very helpful. It is basically a large bib or smock with loops on the end to attach it to Suction Cups you mount onto your mirror. Set up takes just a few seconds. Attach the suctions cups, attach the loops and use the velcro straps to connect it around your neck and then shave.
It works really well. My first time, I put one of the suction cups on upside down, but it was a mistake I learned from and the mess was still largely contained. I am excited to use this in the future, I stored it right next to my trimmer. No more messes.