They still have skin under the beard so I would still do the mask there unless it was really, really long or you're missing half the face! You can always turn the steamer on to soften the mask while you remove it as long as it is not contraindicated. The face mitts mean you can get it off easily.Hi again, thanks for all your replys, cant remember why this friend said to leave out the mask, but do you think should just do as normal then? Face mitts good idea, got a few of them today and extra sponges. Any more ideas, please, keep em coming!:lol:
I have found this with some stubble so try to do squeezing movements around the jaw line to avoid this and concentrate more around the cheeks, forehead and loads of massage around the eyes. :hug:I have only ever done 2 male facials- but one thing I do find is it feels uncomfortable doing my facial massage over stubble- Does anyone find this ?
If this happens again just wipe it off with whatever sponge you are using on the face!Also, if he has a hairy chest make sure you don't use too much massage cream while massaging the decloté. The excess cream will get stuck to the hair and will not rub in. If this happens just keep on effleraging until it is all rubbed in. (The first time this happened to me I FREAKED out. I thought he was going to leave with cream stuck in his chest hair! haha)