I used to do it that way but as I have gotten older it had worked less and less well, resulting in razor burn and whatnot. If let things go I end up with this crazy ass wolfman beard that grows every which way and requires a multi step process to remove. I'm still learning though, and have a tendency to cut myself on my second pass. I found a place near me that sells a bunch of shaving stuff so I might head there just to see what they have.PawPaw wrote::jacked:You have a shower, right? A bar of soap? Put your razor in the shower and shave there. Use the same soap you use to clean your butt. It's soap, which is a lubricant, and you have hot water, to soften the beard.Kommander wrote:You use a safety razor to shave? I just started using a Van Der Hagen razor and have been really happy with the results so far, though I still need to get a proper brush, mug, and creme/soap so I can ditch the canned goop. Any recommendations?
You don't need all those mamby-pamby cremes or lotions, or other sissy stuff. Shave in the shower like a man shaves. A mirror, you ask? Why do you need a mirror. I'm pretty sure you can find your face, even with your eyes closed.
Jered I am very sorry that your mobo did not work. I've had similar issues with video cards, hopefully they can make it right.