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    Have the Feather artist club. With the super blades. Thay are sharp, however just cuz something is sharp dosen't mean it's shaving smooth. I perfer natural Jnat edges witch are much smoother then any replaceable blade to shave with.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr.Magnus View Post
    Have the Feather artist club. With the super blades. Thay are sharp, however just cuz something is sharp dosen't mean it's shaving smooth. I perfer natural Jnat edges witch are much smoother then any replaceable blade to shave with.
    Yeah I mean I can see what you are saying, but when I can splash hot water on my face, use no shaving cream or soap, and shave without a weeper, or pull or anything of the sort... that's as smooth as I need.

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    Glad that works for you.

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    Razor: Bismarck Barbers Spezial 7/8
    Brush: M&F 2-Band Blond Badger
    Cream: Dr.Harris Windsor
    ASB: D&G One
    EDP: Costume Intense

    Just finished cleaning up my new Bismarck and honed it was a plessure. Delivered a perfect shave. New EDP from Sliqhaq The Costume Intense has a very nice scent, warm and sweet and gets 10/10 from me. Happy weekend gents.


  5. #225
    Lovely stuff here. I'm considering getting a DIY IPL job for my hair, though!

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    Razor - Vintage Parker 13/16 from Japan
    Strop - SRW English Bridle 3'
    Soap - LEA Hard Soap
    Brush - M&F
    AS - Alum stick & Bulldog ASB

    Fantastic Sunday afternoon shave.


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    I'm using a cheapo badger brush with Toms of Maine soap...actually it makes a great lather. The razor is a cheapo disposable razor...probably shaved with it over 20 times...what can I say I'm cheap

    But I would recommend the Toms soap for shaving, it works great.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CutFingers View Post
    I'm using a cheapo badger brush with Toms of Maine soap...actually it makes a great lather. The razor is a cheapo disposable razor...probably shaved with it over 20 times...what can I say I'm cheap

    But I would recommend the Toms soap for shaving, it works great.

    cheapo badger brush i cant live with but i know plenty of cheap soaps that works superb

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