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I had my first straight razor shave yesterday which went without blood shed and very little irritation!
I used the Pro guard blades shown as I thought they would be the best choice for a beginner. However, I have a thick beard and sensitive skin. I found at times the blade felt like...
As per the title, I'm curious to hear opinions and recommendations from those that use beard butter?
I often find balm too tacky and not conditioning enough. I like oil, but it can end up looking a bit shiny. Beard butter sounds like an interesting alternative.
I’ve recently purchased the following brush but I can’t find any information online -
The advert description was as follows -
“Genuine Rare Brand Kingfisher Super Badger Hair Sterilized T55 Shaving Brush, Handmade In England, Comes In Original Box With Care Instructions”
I’m relatively new to the DE razor world and would like some help identifying the 2 Gillette’s I’ve recently picked up -
Unfortunately the first Razors guard is bent. Do you think this is salvageable?
I have a beard but have been shaving my neck and tidying up lines with an electric razor for the last 10-ish years. A couple of years ago a new barbers opened locally specialising in beard grooming and traditional wet shaves. So I have been treating myself to a beard trim and straight...