I am not sure what other, more experienced shavers think of this, but for shaving the skin on my jawline and the point of my chin I lift the skin up so that these areas come above the jawline. This gives me a flat surface to shave on and works very well for me. I have a little less stretch around the point of my chin but with careful strokes I manage to get it reasonably smooth without nicks or burn. To get it BBS I would have to go ATG, which I tried a few times and found to be rather uncomfortable, so I just accept that I can feel minimal stubble on my chin if I rub ATG.
Something that also was a great help for me, was to revisit the video's and tutorials after a few shaves. It gave me a lot better understanding of angle and pressure and such, after actually having held a razor. In fact I still revisit the info every now and then .
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