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I remember going to the barbershop with my father. This was mid to late 1960's.
I scents I remember most are Vitalis, old chair leather, an ashtray, but most of all it was the flatulence from whatever all those "old men" ate the night before.
I believe it depends more on you than any other thing.
It depends on how much effort you have put into learning each of your razors. I am talking angle.
It also depends on how much time you've invested in each brand of blade. They all cut hair. You can search a particular blade brand in these...
More than one of anything. I have 3 brushes that sit around doing nothing. I have 3 razors that sit around doing nothing. I do have one menthol and one non menthol soap so that's not as bad but more than a couple pucks of soap is a waste. Preshave products and most post shave products as well...
I love this; but though they started small and made lower volume batches, the plan was for a business. So upon further review this one is disqualified. Nowhere in the definition does it state that the product is of high quality or even sold for that matter.
Merriam-Webster gives the following:
Full Definition of artisan
1: a worker who practices a trade or handicraft : craftsperson
2: one that produces something (as cheese or wine) in limited quantities often using traditional methods
"Artisan." Merriam-Webster.com. Merriam-Webster...
For those of you old enough to remember; when I think artisan Granny from the "Beverly Hillbillies" is what comes to mind. Somebody standing over a huge kettle on a fire mixing away with a paddle. Another example is Wozniak in a garage making an original Apple Computer with just some hand tools...
I answered a question a few minutes ago on a different thread that got me wondering.
When do we stop calling an artisan an artisan and just a manufacturer? I mean some of these guys, I can think of at least three or four off the top of my head, produce and ship a boat load of product.