Then it looks like untrimmed nose hairs.
It works its way into slowly creeping sideburns.
|Michael J. Fox, Wolfin'... before it was sexy|
It has been a while since I got to teach my first "little boy" how to shave with a 2 blade Bic disposable. Then, unlike now, he could shave once every 2 months and get away with it. Now as he goes through this stage of his manhood, he needs a shave more frequently. I got him a real razor, one with a little heft in his hand, 5 blades of awesome cutting power with just enough of a gooey strip on the front that he could "dry shave" if necessary.
man card) as I tell you about it. Who doesn't remember Bill Duke (awesome name) in Predator with his Bic? Back in the day before the "glide strip" this guy was shaving with just his sweat as the lubricant between the razor and his skin! That is the ultimate in dry shaving. Today, it is a bit easier with the glide strip that comes on most razors. Though it isn't recommended by the makers, dry shaving is born of the day that you aren't as on-time as you had hoped and don't have time for a full shaving experience.
You: well we're almost presentable within a limited time window, this is amazing!
Me: but wait, there's more!
All these tips are tried and proven, did I miss any that you have used?
I'd like to say that I haven't dipped into the archive, but this was too good and on topic for the dudes over at DudeWrite. You should check us out there. Read a few posts and leave a comment. Come back and vote on Tuesday (Monday night if you're prompt) Vote for me before I get a complex about being unloved.