Guide to Wet Shaving - Page 8
I've read to go full with the grain, then full against.
For example I will go straight down on my entire neck, but I don't even get the chance to go against it gets so ripped up.
*ouch* Try shaving your neck according to the growth pattern; the hair on your neck doesn't all grow in one direction. Try shaving with the grain, across the grain, against the grain.
If it matters, I have crazy razor burn on my neck area, the rest of the face I can do multiple passes with. Ill grab a variety pack of blades to, but just dont waht the difference between the hardware means. Thanks.
Now, I just need to figure out what what I'm going to do with these 120 spare blades I have laying around...
Waking up 10 or 15 minutes earlier for a good shave is worth it to me though. Wakes me up and puts me in a good mood way more than a marginal 10 minutes of extra ZZzzzzs would.
A classic wet shave takes you on an aesthetic journey back to the root of your male essence.
But somewhere between the time Ruth was calling his homers and Bonds was pumping roids, we lost our way. Fast cars. Fast money. Fast shaves. Keep the first two if you must, we won’t object… but your shave?
It’s time to slow down, return to your roots, and boldly reclaim your mug.
You see, back in the day before aerosol and multiple blades, things were simple, and simple worked well. Unfortunately, male mastery gave way to marketing mischief, and the mega corps got carried away with large scale ad campaigns that dragged fine steeds like you away from a truly great shave.
But don’t despair! Once the underdog, traditional wet-shaving has made a big comeback as fine lads like you have come to re-discover the timeless male wisdom of how to masterfully shave their whiskers.