best for most purposes, as it does not spring on the face so readily as the wide blade, yet it follows the contours of the face more closely, and in general is managed more easily.
The point of the razor ought to be slightly rounded as shown in the illustration
A.—THE ROUND POINTED BLADE.
B.—THE SHARP POINTED BLADE.
While this is seemingly a small matter, yet a sharp point has probably occasioned more cuts than almost any