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Anyone know what its called? shaving related

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8y, 10m agoPosted 8 years, 10 months ago
normally above and below your lip and chin area no matter how close or perfect the shave is it leaves like a faint outline?

does anyone know what im talking about haha
if so any way of getting rid of it?
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8y, 10m agoPosted 8 years, 10 months ago
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banned#1
yeah its called a wrinkle:p
#2
bum fluff :w00t:
#3
5 o'clock shadow ? What my dad always used to call it.
#4
I just get spots on my face when i shave :-(
#5
So do I but at the same time notice if I put spot cream(esp alcohol based) on the skin/spots after I shave it BURNS really badly but makes the spots go away much faster
#6
I can only shave just before bed because I get bad razor burn :-( lol.
#7
I cannot get a close shave with electric shavers so use a blade. Here is a trick I learned from a barber. Instead of using shaving gel / foam / soap, get some moisturising cream for the face (Home Bargains have good deals on this). Wash face in warm water (no soap), then apply the cream and shave as normal. It is the closest shave yet and no razor rash / burn! The are several expensive produces that use this method, but they only do as I described here. Give it a go and let me know how you get on.
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Predikuesi
I cannot get a close shave with electric shavers so use a blade. Here is a trick I learned from a barber. Instead of using shaving gel / foam / soap, get some moisturising cream for the face (Home Bargains have good deals on this). Wash face in warm water (no soap), then apply the cream and shave as normal. It is the closest shave yet and no razor rash / burn! The are several expensive produces that use this method, but they only do as I described here. Give it a go and let me know how you get on.


Good advice.
Not used shaving foam/gel for many more years than I care to think about. I actually realised it was just an overpriced con after running out and having to use just soap and water. Don't even use soap now, just hot water and a sharp blade. make sure you've washed your face first though in as hot a water you can bear.
#9
Once you've shaved down ya face, turn the razor upside down and go in the opposite direction up your face, that might be the key?
#10
Is Muffin 247 a lady ?.......................
#11
ChrisUK
Is Muffin 247 a lady ?.......................


I don't think it's that kinda muffin.............more a statement of what he'd like to be doing 24/7 :-D
#12
"Once you've shaved down ya face, turn the razor upside down and go in the opposite direction up your face, that might be the key?"

Above is your answer ^ Also,hold a face cloth that has been soaked in very warm water over your face (as warm as you can handle it) until it gets cooler,then repeat. Moisturizer and a good soapy face wash,are also good alternatives to shaving gel/foam. :thumbsup:

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