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    Default Any tips for bottom of neck?

    Been watching quite a few videos and these gents all seem not to have a beard that joins their chest hair. Anyone got any tips for this bottom area of the neck as this is where I have most difficulty?

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    What difficulty are you having?...that area is pretty much wide open to access and view.
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    tendons/muscles in centre tend to end up with razor burn as it is hard to get them flat even with pulling of neck. Also hollow between them hard to get into. Been mainly using DE to tidy this area.
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    Pull down or down and forward or back with your fingers along your collar bone and turn your head. That should flatten things out quite a bit.
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    You're right. been pulling just from sides. Can tell pulling along collar bone will work even without razor. Seems really stupid question now that it's been answered.
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    Not a stupid question...now if you ever figure out how to make a horizontal pass at the adam's apple, hit me back!
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    swallow, hold halfway through swallowing and lift chin.
    seems like would work, need steel danglies methinks just in case finish swallowing half way through stroke
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    I use that for a downward stroke, have very narrow adams apple. I do above apple. Then with held half swallow(lifted apple) stroke where it normally sits and below
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    That gets the adam's apple out of the way but how do you move the razor parallel with the ground across that area?
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    I do a downward stroke, might need to shorten a razor.
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