The flexible material makes it easy to dispose of hairs when done. Built-in tray table holds accessories. Can serve as a Dopp bag for other grooming accessories. Comes in black or white.
Hair can stick to the fabric, making it difficult to empty.
Waterproof material makes this pick easy to wash the hairs off after you are done. The suction cups hold on to the mirror well. Comes with an additional travel bag.
The apron doesn't get tight enough to prevent hair from falling on your shirt.
Comes with an extra pair of suction cups. The fabric is of a tried and true design that allows hair to fall easily in the trash. The velcro fits tightly around the neck even for smaller men.
Some users felt like it was annoying to set up.
The white coloration makes it easy to see all the hairs it has collected for easy removal. The velcro is high quality and holds very well. Comes with a portable holder for the bib.
A lot of hair stays attached to the material, making it hard to clean.
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Beard bibs are a handy invention to prevent facial hair from ending up all over your bathroom counters, sink, and floor during shaving or trimming. They look just like normal bibs, only significantly larger. You simply tie one end around your neck and attaching the other end to your mirror via suction cups. Start shaving or clipping and the hair collects in the bib’s catcher or “apron” area. You can then easily throw away the hairs without any extra clean-up. Some come as a kit, including a comb, razor, and aftershave. They are easily washable and transportable for trips. Beard bibs also make a great gift for your boyfriend/husband, brothers, or dads. They range in price from $12 to $40.