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I shave every Sunday morning before Church, and every Monday morning before drill. I first put on my pants and boots, and then I'll start shaving. Not quite sure why.
I start with the right sideburns, then the right half of the mustache. Then the left sideburns, and the other half of the mustache. Then I get the cheeks, chin, and finally the neck.
I shave with a fucking broadsword. Five swipes in 3 seconds and I'm good for a week. Be a man.
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Right now I use some razor that my dad gave me a long time ago. It's pretty nice.
I want to start shaving with a straight razor but it's too expensive right now. I have two antique razors, not anything special so they're cheaper than a new one. They're quite dull though and I can't afford a hone nor a proper strop. Not to mention the brushes and natural soaps that are needed to shave with one. Guess it will have to wait until I get a job.
At 7/17/12 01:40 AM, Luis wrote: i rarely ever shave. im happy.
A man of partially Spanish descent doesn't need to shave often, how?
Why would you need to put warm water on your face after a hot shower?
I don't grow facial hair very quickly so I shave every 1-2 weeks after a hot shower. I let the chin hair grow for about a month and then I trim.
At 7/17/12 02:32 PM, Travis wrote: ...mainly because I do not have still hands at all.
Yeah, if you don't have a steady hand then you definitely want to keep away from those. I've cut myself a couple times from the slightest moment of distraction -- it's not like heavy-trauma slice damage, but it's still "yep. bleeding now."
At 7/17/12 03:54 PM, daethdrain wrote: I either shave my face in the shower, or I shave it dry. I've never cut myself luckily.
Yeah ive never needed shaving cream or aftershave. i think they are just marketing ploys. if you just use soap or even just warm water its fine. ive never had a problem.
At 7/17/12 04:17 PM, Luis wrote:At 7/17/12 03:54 PM, daethdrain wrote: I either shave my face in the shower, or I shave it dry. I've never cut myself luckily.Yeah ive never needed shaving cream or aftershave. i think they are just marketing ploys. if you just use soap or even just warm water its fine. ive never had a problem.
i get hair bumps if i dont
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Until recently I always just used an electric shaver. It had a sideburn trimmer on it as well. I generally used the sideburn trimmer to do all the shaving because it left some stubble, which I prefer. Sadly, I don't think it was meant for shaving facial hair like that, so it stopped working. Then when I switched to using the actual shaver, it packed in too.
Now I'm using some really nasty disposable razors that came in some kind of gift set along with some (what I imagine is) decent quality shaving gel. I never shaved with razors before because I was always under the impression that it was easy to cut yourself and that I'd be left with skin irritation. Neither of the two have occurred.
I'll probably stick with razors from now on. Just need to get myself a better quality one.
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At 7/17/12 04:20 PM, TurkeyBased wrote: i get hair bumps if i dont
That's because using shaving cream and/or aftershave will soften your skin in the long term, which makes you more prone to irritation.
I just take a shower to open my pores and soften the hair, then use a bit of warm water to keep the blade moving smoothly. Once I'm done, I put cold water on my face to close the pores up. Works just fine.
i wish i could grow a beard all i can grow is a small neckbeard and a few hairs with alot peach fuzz,i have a gross hairy back though and hairy legs
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I mainly use Mug Soap and A German Wilkinson's Brush along with either Cartridge Razors or Disposable BIC razors as I've yet to Attain A straight razor or A very sharp knife.
I would not even bother shaving if i was able to grow proper facial hair instead of a damn neck beard cause it looks weird on me
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I honestly used to shave with a sharpened but small machete because I would be too lazy to shave every day and would only shave once I had a beard, and by then normal disposable razors wouldnt cut it.
1. Buy shit ton of disposable razors
2. See how many I can fit in my ass
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At 7/17/12 01:35 AM, Cootie wrote: I normally wait until right after I get out of a hot shower and then rinse my face with warm water. Then I lather my face with Barbasol (cheap and happens to be the best that comes in a can).
Just watch out don't want to squirt any precious dinosaur embryos onto your face.
Anyway, I don't know, I shave with like Gillette shaving gel. And a fusion Pro GLide razor. I don't know if I shave right because my dad left when I was a kid. I also don't know how to grill a steak properly or throw a foot ball.
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I've got a fogless mirror in my shower so when i'm in the shower I lather up my face with soap, shave, and rinse off the soap. Shit's so cash yo.
I shave my whole fucking body, toes to my face.
I do it all in the shower with my Gelette fusion.
Beyond that it's nothing to special. I like the soft smooth skin feel, and my ass and crotch look great after a fresh shaving.
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When I shave, usually I have quite the neckbeard or facial hair. I usually never get wet first --- I just rub the stuff on and go at it, shave it all.
Lately, the last two times anyway, I do it while in the shower. Less likely to clog a drain and all.
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