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Step 3: Shave
This is the core step of how to shave: shaving! It’s suggested to always have a hand mirror ready so you can check the shave from all angles. You don't want to miss anything. In addition, shave your head at the sink.
Also, make sure you have bright lighting. The right lighting is quite essential. Use a clean and sharp razor. Start by shaving with the grain (direction of hair growths). This will minimize irritation, cuts, hair growth and razor burns.
Slide the razor side and back up. Remember to avoid applying pressure (you don't want nicks or cuts) and rinsing your knife frequently. Take it easy, pay your attention, and be patient. Don’t get clumsy. You don't want to be rushed or awkward during this process.
When you're done shaving, apply a small amount of lather to your hands and rub your entire head. Make sure to check for rough spots (sometimes you can't see them), particularly behind the ears and behind the neck.
Shave off any missing spots. In case you want a tighter shave, rinse again and shave slightly against the grain. You need to remember that shaving the area repeatedly can cause razor burns. Therefore, you have to try to avoid this.
If you injure yourself, apply a damp alum block to the area to stop the bleeding. After you’re done shaving, close the pores with a cool water rinse. In case you are using a shaving brush, don’t forget to always hang the brush to dry with the bristles facing down. It is also suggested to shave your hair every day. The process will be easier if you do.
Step 4: Repair and Protect
The next step of how to shave is to repair and protect. You need to moisturize and protect the skin. Finishing with a nice gel or balm is key to making skin smooth, soft, and protected.
Remember, you have to always wear sunscreen on your head since the skin on your head is more sensitive. Also, it is very susceptible to skin cancer. The first-time shavers will want to give their scalp some color. We recommend using self-tanning creams rather than prolonged sun exposure. Over time, your scalp will change color and you won't have to apply self-tanning cream.
Make sure to purchase a high-quality tanner and test it on hidden parts of your body to make sure the color appears natural. You don't want to stroll around with a big, orange, bald head!
Step 5: Maintain
Shaving your head everyday or every other day will make sure better results and leave you looking refreshed. Always moisturize and use a good sunscreen. Now, shaving heads is common, therefore some companies now make products only for bald men.