Lefties and righties share the same problem, i.e., shaving the other side of your face. Not only am I left handed, I may be the most left handed person alive, but I was ultimately able to learn to use my right hand.
Since you specifically mentioned your neck, using only your left hand, try shaving the left side of your neck N-S and the right side of your neck S-N. When you flip the razor upside down, it's much easier to shave the opposite side of your face upwards. When you use two hands, you can also overlap a bit (shave downward past the centerline of your face, hitting some of the right side, at least past the right edge of your lips). That leaves less to shave downwards with your right hand. Similarly, shave the entire right side of you neck upwards, covering as much real estate as you comfortably can on the left side of your neck.
In other words:
Shave the left side of your face N-S with your left hand, covering as much of your right side as you can.
Shave the remainder of your right side N-S with your right hand.
Shave the right side of your neck S-N with your left hand, covering as much of your left side as you can.
Finish shaving the left side of your neck S-N with your right hand.
This technique will allow you to start on the easy parts (eg: it's easier to shave N-S with your right hand near your ear than your nose) and then gradually spread out as you gain confidence. I find I can now shave just as well with either hand, particularly in the S-N direction, something I would have never thought possible.
Last edited by ouch; 08-12-2012 at 04:05 PM.
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