To use a shaving brush with a puck of shaving cream, wet the bristles of the brush and then swirl them around in the cream to create lather. Apply the lather to your face using circular motions and then shave as usual.
Using a shave brush does a better job of preparing hair thanubbing in butter. Without enough stimulation, shave creams and gels can’t penetrate the hair.
How Do You Use A Shaving Bowl With Cream?
Start by doing quick circular motions on top of the shaving cream. You will have enough to apply to your face when you start building a lather. You should be able to see if you need more water after about 15 seconds. 
Can You Use A Shaving Brush With Shave Butter?
Using a shave brush does a better job of preparing hair thanubbing in butter. The risk for ingrown hairs, irritation, or nicks is highly likely with no lather. 
Do I Need To Brush Shaving Foam?
The best way to prepare facial hair is with a shave brush. Without enough stimulation, shave creams and gels can’t penetrate the hair. 
How Do You Wet Shave With A Bowl?
Instead of lathering directly on the puck/tub, it is best to load the brush and bring it to the bowl to complete the lather. You can watch the water form a lather. You can control your grip and whip quickly with a shaving bowl that fits in the palm of your hand. 
What Is Lather Shaving?
A shaving cream is used to aid in wet shaving. It can be produced using a variety of bases and brushes. The areas that will be shaved are lathered with the shaving cream to minimize damage to the skin. 
What Does A Good Shaving Lather Look Like?
It seems the best performing lather should be wet enough to have shiny soft peaks, like yogurt, as opposed to dry, stiff peaks, like whipped cream. 
Frank Harmenstein is the lead editor of the grooming website Cut Throat Straight Razor, and has over 15 years of experience in the industry. He’s personally tested and reviewed over 200 different straight razors, and has written countless articles on the subject.