I was looking at the tutorials that we currently have and we got most of the subjects covered but not this one... Yet... Here's the tutorial on how to make superlather using a bowl. Q: What is superlather? A: Superlather is a mixture of 2 (or more) different shaving products that create lather on their own. E.g. You could superlather using a shaving stick and charge a brush on a different shaving soap to then face lather. The most common superlather is to use a shaving cream with a shaving soap. For the purpose of this tutorial, I did my favorite superlather: The Proraso Superlather! 1-All right, here's what you need: 1 x Shaving brush (I used a very cheap Wilkinson Sword bristle brush) 1 x Small bowl (this one is approx. 3" wide by 1" deep). 1 x Shaving soap (Proraso white tub) 1 x Shaving cream (Proraso green tube) 2-Soak the shaving brush in hot water. Not too hot, if you burn yourself it's no good. If you would put your hand in and find it comfortable, it's the right temperature. 3-Add some hot water to soften the soap. You should soak your brush and leave the water on the soap for a few minutes (time to take a shower). 4-Remove the water (so you just got out of the shower). Also, empty the water from the bowl. 5-Squeeze the brush. Make sure you don't squeeze it too much as you need some extra water from the brush to build the lather. If there's water dripping from the brush, too much water, squeeze it more. If you squeeze it dry, the lather will be too dry and won't build properly. So, middle of the road is best, half squeeze the brush to get some water out but not all of it. 6-Add some shaving cream in the bowl. You don't need much as 50% will be shaving cream and 50% will be shaving soap. I got ~1/2 a big almond. 7-Do a few laps on the soap to pick-up some product. I did ~15 laps. 8-Time to mix the charged brush with the shaving cream in the bowl. 9-A few laps, ~30 seconds of mixing 10-A few more laps, ~30 seconds on top of the first 30 seconds 11-Total mixing time ~120 seconds 12-How does it look? Thick lather and it's ready to use!