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The right way to shave

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The right way to shave If you have ever gotten a proper shave at a barber shop, you know that your face is not supposed to feel or look like is on fire afterward. Here is a way how to get a spa-worthy shave every day from the comfort of your own sink, without incredible late for work.

Either take a hot shower or apply a hot, wet towel to your face for thirty seconds. This will open up your pores, making whiskers softer and easier to cut.
You should stay away from shaving foams, because they are mostly air and they don't do a very good job at lubricating. Instead, use a cream or a gel. They offer a better protective barrier between the blade and your skin. And when you do apply it, leave it on the skin for about a minute. This lets the formula really go to work on softening the beard.

When it comes to a r azor, keep it clean and sharp. Gillette's Mach 3 is a good three-blade, but guys with sensitive skin should try Gillette Sensor, a two blade. It creates a less drag on the skin. If you are prone to razor burn and ingrown hairs, shave in the direction of the hair growth.

When you are done, splash cold water on your face to help close the pores and soothe the skin. Then pat your face with a towel.

Finally, use an alcohol free aftershave balm with soothing ingredients like tea-tree oil. Scent is a personal issue, but you should know that highly fragranced aftershaves can cause an irritation to your skin. If you feel any burn right away, you should try a medicated postshave lotion, like Baxter's Razor Bump Repair.

This whole shaving process should take three to four minutes. Any longer than that and your girlfriend will be pounding on the bathroom door.

This are the six things you need to get the job done:

1. Fademaster hair clippers by Andis - a barber who knows what he is doing uses these. Made of aluminum, they are sturdy, but also surprisingly light.

2. Folding nail clippers by Zwilling J.A.Henckels - the German knifemaker launched a men's grooming line, featuring collapsible clippers that are as slim as they are sharp.

3. Nose-hair clipper by Dovo - based in Solingen, Germany, Dovo makes some of the best straight razors and scissors in the world.

4. Slimline cordless trimmer by Andis - besides being sleek, shiny and cordless, this beard trimmer has stainless-steel blades and an easy-to-grip design that make it the one barbershops turn to.

5. Slanted Tweezers by Mehaz - you will never buy another pair of tweezers. Mehaz slaps a lifetime guarantee on all of its grooming instruments.

6. Ear and nose hair scissors by Rubis - this Swiss-made scissors feature rounded, slighty curved tips and are easy to maneuver .

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Category: Men  - ( Men Archive)

Date Added: 18 December '07


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