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    Quote Originally Posted by alschepis View Post
    I never use a high angle and and absolutely no pressure on the blade. I think I know better than that
    Never said you knew better than anything.
    I will leave it to you to define a 'scooping motion' then.
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    I've got a spot like that, i do a Xstroke, as I call it. After a N-S pass.

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    Yea under that jawline is most folks Waterloo in straight and DE shaving.

    Skin stretching is a must here and making sure you map out this area so you know which way the grain goes.

    After that you need to experiment with novel strokes.
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    I pivot the razor from its base in a semi circular motion from the back of the neck to the chin. Works for me anyway
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    I don't seem to have a problem right under the jawline. I simply continue the stroke coming down from the cheek N-S, and then do the neck S-N. Maybe I got lucky with the way my whiskers lay.

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