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    Senior Member blabbermouth ScoutHikerDad's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by outback View Post
    Long strokes, except around the stache n goat.

    During a ATG pass, I start at the base of my neck, and swoop it over the jawline in a C shaped pass, with the blade slightly slanted as well.

    Warning.....not a pass for the novice.!!!
    As is my so called..X Pass.

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    Its what I have to do, to obtain that BBS shave.
    Mike-This is very similar to what I do around my goatee, which is sadly a lot grayer than yours. I also tend to do a lot of back and forth blade buffing in larger problem areas-might be why my blades need frequent touchups no matter how sharp?
    Oh, and I'm glad I'm not the only one with an 8-year old's sense of humor around here!
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    I tend to do the longest stroke possible in each area, for no other reason than it being faster.

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