Applying The Best Shave Stroke:
Start stroking your skin with moderate strokes and move toward your whiskers in an even movement. Once there, you need to hold the sharp edge at a 30-degree edge. Just be mindful that you do not need to apply any weight when you shave and allow the sturdy design of the blade do the work itself.
Shaving The Right Cheek:
Start shaving the right side of your face. Use your left hand to reach over your head and slightly draw the skin upwards with your two fingers to allow you to have a smooth surface for even shave. Now with an even stroke, continue shaving down till you have shaved a major portion of the cheek. Now slide your left hand down and get hold of the cheek to pull the skin. Keep the shaving motion downward, until you have shaved the whole part of the face.
Shaving Under The Jaw:
Now, after you are done with the correct cheek, move on to the jaw. To get the right shave under the jaw, you need to tilt your head to the left to uncover the skin. Using your left hand fingers, pull the skin to tighten it up and shave with downward strokes for an even shave.
Shaving the Upper Lip:
This is a delicate area, so be careful while drawing the upper lip down. Draw it down as much as possible, and comfortable, then start shaving downwards.
Under the Chin:
For a smooth shave under the chin; toss your head back and slightly lift the jaw. Now use your left fingers to pull the skin down. Be very careful when shaving under the chin because the skin under the neck is extremely sensitive and more prone to cuts. Shave in an even motion to avoid cuts under the chin. When done, just pour icy fresh water on your face and use a after shave cream or oil for a smooth feel.