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Funny. I just picked up the Aqua Velva gift pack at Walgreen's yesterday and decided to use the Williams that came with it. I've been using C.O. Bigelow (Proraso) cream exclusively for a few years now so it was different.
Good soap - let it soak, used a wet brush and had a good shave. Am I...
I was surprised when I ordered Proraso cream instead of C.O. Bigelow (same stuff I know) to see the instructions recommended letting the lather sit for a minute prior to shaving.
My pre-shave (if you can call it that) is to massage a small amount of cream on my beard using my hands, take care...
It's funny, once I started getting good shaves with my DE, I don't get any burn. Doesn't matter if it's the AV or Clubman or Proraso, I don't get any burn. Just goes to show you haw a good shave with good tools can make all the difference.
Yep. I only use one cream. I'm happy with it and don't see the need to try anything else, especially when I kept going back to the one I liked most after trying others. (C.O. Bigelow/Proraso if you're wondering :001_smile)
I use nylon straps on almost all of my watches. I used to have the stinky wrist/strap issue as well; however, thanks to this site I found a solution that works for me.
I use an alum bar after my shaves- somewhere I read that alum can be used as a deodorant, so I started rubbing the alum on my...
I have fished from my kayak. It's a cheapo 10 footer sit in style. It's OK for fishing still water, but I always struggle with the gear and sometimes the rod. I have used it to fish a river, it worked OK, I would float to a spot get out and fish, then float to the next spot, etc.
I love my Chacos. Bought the Z2 on Sierra Trading Post. These things are bulletproof. Great for hiking, offer as much support as a good low hiking shoe. They dry very quickly and are very comfortable. I wear them everywhere in the summer. Great for wading a river or hopping in and out of...
Interesting thread. I recently picked up a pair of Suncloud polarized for $49 before tax.
Not the same optic quality of my Smiths but for half the price what do you expect?
I picked up the Sentry with the green mirror lens. I have fished several days in them this season and they work well.
Started my DE career with a two pass daily shave. Since switching to the the Slim I've gone to a one pass daily shave. I get a SAS that way and I don't really feel the need for a daily BBS since it grows back anyway.
Usually on Saturdays I will go for a BBS shave, but then I won't shave again...