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Looking Good - April 25, 2016
*-- How To Get A Close Shave --*
Whether you're learning to shave for the first time as a young lady or you've been shaving for years, chances are you're legs aren't as smooth as you'd like them to be. There aren't any incredibly secret or hidden tricks when it comes to attaining a close shave. It's not difficult! All you must do is follow these simple safety hints and hair removal advice and before you know it you'll learn how to get smooth and sexy legs, every time you shave.
Selecting the Perfect Razors for You
The first step you should take, before shaving your underarms, legs or bikini area is choosing a razor. It may sound like an easy task, but finding a razor that's best for your body and skin can be a challenge. Some people prefer to use an electric razor while others like a ceramic or double edge straight razor. The best way to find out what works best for you is to experiment. Try each type of razor and see which one you feel most comfortable using. If you're looking for a close shave, steer clear of disposable razors, unless you're traveling. Whether you go with Venus or Gillette has less consequence than what type of razor you choose.
Using a Lubricator
One of the vital components needed in attaining a shave free of knicks is lubrication. Many people are mistaken and think soap is a good way to prepare your legs for the shaving process. The truth is that soap can often dry out your skin, making you more prone to knicks, bleeding, ingrown hairs and bumps. Shaving cream or gel is often the easiest way to prepare your legs for the process and avoid a rash, unwanted stubble or missed hair growth.
Remember this warning; never leave the bathroom after shaving without moisturizing. It is vital you moisturize your legs after shaving them. After getting out of the shower or bath, be sure to grab some unscented body lotion and give your legs a good drink. Use unscented varieties because they're easier on your open pores and won't likely break you out in a razor rash. If you're extremely sensitive, be sure to skip the lotion and go straight for a little baby oil. It will provide the moisture, without leaving you with red bumps. With oil, a little goes a long way!
The key to getting a good shave is following a good routine. Here are some other shaving tips that can help you get the close shave you desire.
- Wait until the end of your bath or shower to shave. It's when the skin is most supple and the hairs are softer.
- Shave in the morning for a guarantee of smooth legs throughout the day.
- Don't shave before hitting the beach or pool. If you need to shave for these events, do so the night before.
- Shaving your bikini line every day will help you avoid razor rash in that area.
- If you run out of shaving cream or gel, grab your hair conditioner instead. It works great as a lubricant for shaving and will leave your legs conditioned and smelling great.
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