•After a nice warm shower is the best, but whatever the situation, warm and damp is the key......ooooohhhhh sounds good! doesn't it?
•First take a look at your stubble and check the way your beard grows. The general rule is to shave in the direction of your hair growth. So, general rule of thumb is up on the neck down on the face.
•Cleanse and exfoliate before shaving (if it's an exfoliating day).
•Apply himself27 shave in a thin even layer, don't use too much, it's a great product.
•Choose the sharpest tool in the box.....that's the new one, not the old rusty clogged backup!
•Ideally you need to use a new blade every 5-7 days, but a nice little tip if you're stuck, really stuck, soak the blade in very hot water, but we are talking about the perfect shave here so new one please.
•Keeping your skin as taut and flat as possible will give the best result
•Short strokes starting on the cheeks and sideburns then neck. By leaving the upper lip and chin until last you will give the cream a little extra time to soften up the heavier stubble.
•Remember to continuously clear the blade, give it a tap, then clear with warm water, it will be much more effective and stay sharp.
•Rinse your face with cool water and pat dry
•If you use an after shave balm then now is the time.
•Finally freshen up and protect your skin with himself27 moisturiser.