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The Shaving Thread

Old 12-31-05, 01:03 PM
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there used to be a site called emoporn.com, but apparently it is gone now. anyways, they had a good article about shaving, and a tip they gave was to use a moisterising lotion for about a week on any areas you are going to shave. This will soften the hairs making them easier to shave and it also moisterises your skin, since shaving drys your skin, hence the itching. It was also suggested that you draw a bath, and shave underwater, not sure how shaving cream is supposed to stay in place like that, but it was a suggestion...

also dudes, get one of those razors that they make for ladies that has the "safety wires" on them, keeps you from accidently slipping and doing damage.
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