Comments on: The Ultimate Wet Shave Guide – The Only Resource You’ll Ever Need Style, manners and taste never go out of fashion. Wed, 25 Nov 2015 09:43:52 +0000 hourly 1 By: SirVantes Tue, 17 Mar 2015 07:45:19 +0000 Wet shaving with a brush and mug of soap is very delightful compared to the canned alternatives.

One splashes some hot water on the face, uses the same to lather up the brush with soap, apply liberally where needed.

I use a twin-blade disposable razor from *ilette, not quote brave enough for a straight just yet.

One can literally feel and hear the bristles of the beard being clear-cut in the first passes.

One should rinse the head frequently in the sink as beard cuttings will clog the space between the twin blades and will dramatically reduce the shaving efficiency.

The added skin lubricants from the shaving soap makes cross and back cuts painless and almost zen-like as one can literally chase the beard down by the sound of the razor cutting. The same lubricants make it easy for a wetted hand to rub back and forth to find missed patches.

Like the article says, post-shave with some lotion to restore your newly close-shaved skin.