Using shaving brush to get the most out of yours dip the tip in warm water, ensuring it’s thoroughly wet, flick off any excess water and dip it into your shaving cream, coating the tip as evenly as possible. Then apply to the face using gentle back and forth motions. Most men use rough circular motions at this stage but while this might be good at creating a lather in record time. You can use any of these method which one is suits you to get rich lather. Start shaving the sides of the face first, going in the direction of your hair growth. Hold razor firmly and use short strokes. Don’t add pressure or push the blade into your skin. A well made designer handle will have sufficient weight and glide across your skin. For the closest shave, an ideal angle to hold the blade to your skin is 30 degrees. The neck area tends to be problematic for guys since hair grows in different directions around the Adam’s apple. Inspecting and following hair growth is critical to knowing which direction to shave. Shave these difficult areas last, permitting shave formula to soften the hair longer. You can add water to the shave formula to rehydrate before shaving. Use your free hand to manually stretch your skin, creating a flat area for your blade to shave. Follow your shave with a splash of cold water or use a cold washcloth to close the pores. Finish by applying a light application of soothing After Shave Balm. This therapeutic formula is hydrating and anti-bacterial.