If men can wear buns why shouldn’t women shave their faces?

One of my biggest fears in life is that I will start growing facial hair and my vision will be so poor that I won’t be able to see it! (See the importance of owning a magnifying makeup mirror here). This very topic came up recently with a girlfriend who confided to me that she shaved her entire face once a week. I was shocked when she told me but you know what- I could totally tell!  And this woman did not have problem facial hair to begin with. The result of her shaving was a very smooth, clean, exfoliated looking face.

My kids quickly chimed in that I definitely needed to do this because they could see hair along my jawline and above my lip. Yikes.

There are many on the market but I purchased the LiliBeth.

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It took a little getting used to in order to get the angle right, but after a short while I got the hang of it. The instructions tell you to use it on clean, dry skin. I was a little worried about razor burn but I didn’t have any issues with that. I felt like the razor provided a close shave.

It took a little getting used to in order to get the angle right, but after a short while I got the hang of it. The instructions tell you to use it on clean, dry skin. I was a little worried about razor burn but I didn’t have any issues with that. I felt like the razor provided a close shave.

Here are my before shave and after shave pictures. I had completed a chemical peel two days earlier and you can see some of the flaking in the after picture, but overall I can see a big difference!

BEFORE:

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AFTER:

 

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So what do you think? Are you ready to jump on the shaving bandwagon? Sound off below.

XxX Suzie

 

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