Hi all, I have been experimenting with different shaving techniques for years now and have yet to find a way to shave my moustache well. I pretty much only grow a under chin beard and a moustache, so not being able to shave my moustache well really stands out, and I have finally had enough with not being able to hide it well. When I shave my mustache, I generally try to go against the grain very softly. However, almost always I cause spot bleeding on the outer parts of my Moustache, as in little dots of blood all over the place. In order to avoid this, I found that when I wait an extra day to shave (2 day cycle instead of 1), I do not have this problem at all. But, when I do wait two days, I end up with an awkward Moustache every other day. So my options are bleed and irritate my skin or look bad every second day. Strangely enough, I only seem to have problems on the outside of my moustache, I can shave the center no problem. Also, I pretty much exclusively shave against the grain on the little amount of beard I have as well and have never had any problems. When I try shaving with the grain, pretty much nothing happens at all. I have tried many different methods, from shaving with the grain (which literally seems to cut nothing on my moustache) to cutting sideways (which causes the same irritation) to frequently using aftershave. I have also tried using an electric razor, in which I don't get the weird spot bleeding but I don't get a close enough shave. No matter what I try, nothing seems to produce an ideal solution. To make it all worse, the skin under my moustache seems darker then the rest of my skin, which makes my moustache seem thicker almost all of the time. I think this may be hyper pigmentation from years of abuse of the skin, but I don't know how to fix it since I can't shave without irritating my skin. I've also just considered giving up and wearing a moustache, but after trying that briefly I found out that I look AWFUL with a moustache... I guess I just don't have the moustache face. I would love to hear some advice. Am I just doomed to look pitiful for every other day, or is there some sort of solution here?