• Nikki

Shaving Instructions when meeting me

I require all clients I meet with to have a baby butt smooth face. This is because I love to really smash you with my amazing pussy and ass but I do not like feeling any pokey/scruffy/stubble type hairs stabbing my most sensitive parts! I want your face to be like a woman’s: smooth.

That said, if you have a beard that is grown out an inch or longer, as long as you condition with some nice beard oil, I very much enjoy the feeling of body hair that is soft and grown out. (Same goes for the rest of your body)

Here are my tips and instructions for a shave that is acceptable to me.

1. Start with a cleanser and warm water

Before you can do anything else to your face, you need to wash it. This rids the skin and hair of excess oil, gunk, and debris—all stuff that might otherwise get trapped in your razor or irritate the face. And you need to do this with warm water whenever you precede a shave: Warm water relaxes the skin and opens the pores, making it more receptive to a razor blade and less prone to ingrown hairs or razor bumps.

2. Use a scrub to smooth the skin

In addition to removing grime with a cleanser, it’s also important to use an exfoliator before a shave. This scrub rids of excess dead skin cells that could otherwise cause razor drag or clog the widely opened pores. Don’t go too rough with it: A gentle scrub will suffice, and your skin needs to withstand a sharp-razor shave in a few minutes.

3. Use a pre-shave oil to prep the skin and hair

A pre-shave oil conditions the skin and softens the hair, making them both more receptive to a razor blade shave. The oil also creates a nutrient-dense layer over top the skin, so that the blade glides smoothly and with little resistance (also because the hairs are softened).

4. Use a brush to apply shaving cream to apply in an upward motion.

When you apply your shave cream use a brush, a brush will life the hairs and get the shaving cream all around each individual hair. When you use your hand to apply shaving cream you tend to push the hairs down and only get shaving cream on one side of the hair and not at the root which is the most important part. Put some shaving cream on your brush and running upwards over your face. This results in a smoother, more precise shave overall. The type of shave cream or oil you use is up to you, but we do recommend something that doesn’t lather excessively—in other words, something that doesn’t totally obscure your face and the hairs needing a trim, and ideally something cooling and calming.

5. Use a clean, sharp razor.

Are you following proper razor hygiene ? You need to replace your razor every 6-8 shaves, or every few weeks, whichever comes first. After that, toss the cartridge and replace it with something new. You need something sharp, something smooth, something clean. And on that topic, be sure to rinse your blade with hot water and then store it upright in a cool, dry place, until your next shave. Oh, and it’s fine if it has 3 blades or 5—it’s nominal, to be honest, so long as it’s fresh, sharp, and a reputable brand.

5. First shave with the grain, then rinse you face, reapply shaving cream and shave against the grain.

Yes, this is an extra step and many will advise you against this but remember this is a shave not for the office, not for your day to day, not for a party but for one of the most memorable experiences you will ever have and you would like to experience it fully, yes? So go against the gran to make sure I do not feel any scratchiness!

6. Rinse with cold water and apply an after shave

Just as the hot water opened your pores, you need a cold splash at the end of the shave to flush away debris and to tighten the pores so that they shrink to their normal size and help defend from trapped debris and bacteria.

Ditto for applying a post-shave oil, lotion, or balm, to soothe the skin, disinfect it, and create a defensive layer over it all, while you recover from the razor blade.

As far products to use, I do not like scented colognes so please use unscented products! I highly recommend the Art of Shaving’s products, and they have unscented versions of all their products: https://www.theartofshaving.com/

Maybe you are already a shaving pro and you already know all these tips and tricks. If not treat this as a chance to elevate your personal style and self care and to please me!

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