The best way to lather Mitchell’s Wool Fat Shaving Soap is to use a shaving brush. Wet the brush and then swirl it around in the soap until you have a good amount of lather built up. Apply the lather to your face and start shaving!
Best way to lather Mitchell’s Wool Fat Shaving Soap is to use a shaving brush. 40 to 50% fat level is optimal for a good soap. Good lubrication and skin protection can be provided by a high percentage of fat.
How Can I Improve My Lather?
Take out your empty bowl, add a small amount of water, and begin swirling the brush in a circular motion. If you notice a creamy lather building, you should swirl the brush about 50-60 revolutions to get the most lather out of your soap. 
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. 
What Makes A Great Shaving Soap?
The triple milled hard soaps cost a little more, but they are usually the best shave soaps. 40 to 50% fat level is optimal for a good soap. Good lubrication and skin protection can be provided by a high percentage of fat. 
Do You Put The Shave Soap In The Bowl?
Your body and soap work better when they are hydrated. Just a few drops at a time is enough. Some men prefer to use their palms to create their lather, instead of using the shaving bowl or mug. 
How Do You Use Shaving Soap In A Wooden Bowl?
Use a circular motion to lather on the face or shaving bowl. Add more warm water to the brush to make it latherier. First, shave with the grain, then re-lather and shave lightly against the grain for a closer shave. Apply the art of shaving after-shave balm. 
Can You Lather Shaving Soap Without A Brush?
Your facial hair or beard. Instead of using a brush in a pinch, use your stubble or beard to help lather. It’s a good idea to thoroughly wet your face and soap. Apply and rub the shaving soap on your face with your hands and move in circular motions to produce the lather. 
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.