While the goat beard is ever-present (I've had some variation of chin hair for most of the time since around 1995), it wasn't always this long. Back in my "corporate" shirt-and-tie era, it had more girth, but was kept short and close to the face... with a Remington trimmer. And sans a few rare times where I went fully-shaved or humorously shaved (handlebar mustache!), that thing has been there.
The one thing that's particularly bugged my better half in recent years has been that the goat has been scraggly. Hairs shoot off in multiple directions... it's too long... just not right. With my Beard Boss, I can use the Precision Metal Comb (an adjustable metal comb that locks in the exact length) or one of the five clip-on combs to help shape things right.
The Beard Boss is also 100% waterproof, so I can easily rinse those unruly hairs.
And perhaps my favorite feature is among the most old-school: a Premium T-Blade for ultra-close trimming and shaping my chin and sideburns. I've also been playing around with different overall stubble lengths on my cheeks, but I still dig having those clean-shaven, which really helps to make my nice, pointy beard look like the inverted hat of a gnome.
If my face is the stage, then my goat beard is the star. It's a little shorter now, and by shaping and thinning it, I also lost a little of the gray.
Want to develop your own signature style, or help a man in your life to develop their own? Grab The Perfecter: Beard Boss Stubble and Detail Kit by Remington at your local Walmart, or online at Walmart.com.