Published on November 9, 2011 by Lenon Honor in Uncategorized
Thanks Lenon ,
Great information and i also had to learn my self how to shave, I am 28 and i have learned from these video’s.
For example the hair clipper i never used one for shaving and i will try it next time i shave. And i will be looking into a new quality razor.
i also lost my hair on the front of my head , i do use a razor to shave my head, what do you do? or don’t you? 🙂
Looking forward to product review videos also.
Greetings Bran. Always go for quality when it comes to your razor. I have used many different types of razors including disposable razors and I recall that disposable razors were cheap but also of low quality. I would often nick my face when using disposable razors and sometimes would get cuts.
The hair clipper I use can also function as a decent face shaver. It does not cut as close as a razor but it cuts close enough for my purposes.
I use my Andis Headliner (I call it a T-Liner) to cut my head. I have only used razors on my head a handful of times and it cut way too close for my skin. Thank again for posting Bran. Hopefully more men will post and share. Peace.
I remember when I first started shaving. Every single time my skin would get razor burned and irritated because I wasn’t doing it properly and it made learning the whole process a drag.
Having the right equipment is very important. If you’re just getting into shaving, then it’s wise to invest in some high quality gear because this is something you’ll be doing for the rest of your life and it really does make a difference. Razor burn hurts!!
Thanks Lenon, I’ve been shaving for many years and I learned some new tricks as well from watching these. This would have been great when I was first starting out! 🙂
Razor burn was an issue for me early on. I used poor quality razors back then and I applied to much pressure to my skin. Also I used to shave without thinking about the grain of my hair. That was a huge problem for me. But I figured it out over time. I haven’t had razor burn in many years. Also, shaving too frequently and too closely are the main causes of razor burn and for some men razor bumps.
Lenon, will your wife do one of these vids for the ladies?
Excellent question Dani. Is there any particular topic you would like her to address? Blessings.
Much respect to you for these videos, Lenon. It took me a long time to figure out that I didn’t need to use so much pressure when shaving. It applies to taking care of the rest of the body too; we need only do as much as is necessary and no more. Going overboard is only ever damaging.
Some of us males get this idea that our skin is really tough and that we can just scrub away at it or run razors over it again and again and again… But skin is very delicate, even where the hair grows thickly. In fact, that’s a big part of why the hair is there in the first place, to protect the delicate skin!
“We need only do as much as is necessary and no more. Going overboard is only ever damaging.” Now this is an awesome statement.
But this is even more profound: “Some of us males get this idea that our skin is really tough and that we can just scrub away at it or run razors over it again and again and again… But skin is very delicate, even where the hair grows thickly. In fact, that’s a big part of why the hair is there in the first place, to protect the delicate skin!”
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