Have you ever been in an email or forum conversation that turned to shaving and you wanted to give everyone some good tips? Here are 5 easy “how to shave” tips you can copy-and-paste right into a reply.
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Posted August 22, 2012
This morning my wife (an Occupational Therapist by trade) suggested an idea for a shaving video that I thought was really good: how to shave someone else. Specifically, how to shave a family member who might be too old or disabled to shave themselves. Sharpologist has had a similar post about this but it was more about the family connection. This would be a video more about the “mechanics” of such a shave.
Posted January 13, 2012
A post on Reddit’s Wicked_Edge subreddit described one new shaver’s initial experiences and mistakes he could have avoided. He says “My first two shaves were incredible. No irritation, no nothing. So I thought ‘hey, maybe my face isnt as much of a sissy as I thought!’ So for my third shave, I went against everything I listed here (not showering first, pasty and thin lather etc) and boy did i destroy my face. It and that I’d lucky not to have both physical and emotional scars from it for the rest of my life. Confidence should be based on a…
Posted December 21, 2011
Last month’s giveaway asked readers for their most valuable tip for a great wet shave. Here are the top five answers: 5 Water Water–and lots of it–is essential for a great shave. Whether it is cleaning the area before shaving, making a great lather, cutting efficiently, or maintaining good skin health afterward, water does the “heavy lifting” in the shaving process. 4 Reduction The concept of beard reduction is often a new one to beginner wet shavers, who sometimes have only the advertising they see on TV to go by. But reducing the beard in stages is a key strategy…