If you keep using your left, muscle memory will develop over time and it will improve. I just turn my chin to the far right and up slightly to shave the left side on my throat with my right hand though. What ever works for you though.Also, thinking about it, the irritation is mainly on the left side of my neck. I’m right handed so it’s clearly my left hand struggling to keep the technique up compared to the right. I haven’t found a way to use my right hand on the left side of my neck yet.
Sounds like a plan. I’d prefer to use my right so I’ll give that a go! Thanks.If you keep using your left, muscle memory will develop over time and it will improve. I just turn my chin to the far right and up slightly to shave the left side on my throat with my right hand though. What ever works for you though.
Good advice here. There is no shame in using a cart on those "neck sworls" or cowlick like patterns near some folks necklines! You'll soon be using a DE all over your face with no issues whatsoever.When I first starting using a DE, I would use my old cart to finish what my cart left on my neck. Practice makes perfect. I got my angle down and never looked back.
Yes, I believe it "is a thing" lol! My best, closest, LEAST irritation shaves are from a hundred year old Gillette Long Comb. Just sounds like an impossibility though!I’ve always had some neck irritation on 1 particular spot on my neck. I stopped caring after a while. When I started using open comb razors I started to notice those little red bumps started fading away. Unsure exactly why, but it’s a thing. I don’t know if it’s the OC design itself, or if they actually are more “aggressive” and that’s what I needed. Regardless, open combs help me out.