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I usually shave first thing and apply an aftershave. I’ll usually do a few shots of complimenting cologne on my way out he door to work, which is usually within 45 minutes after shaving.
If I don’t have a matching cologne then I’ll usually do another quick splash of aftershave on my way out the...
The #63 is my absolute favorite soap/balm/cologne combo with the shea butter not too far behind. I wanted to make sure the Bergamot and Thyme was something I wasn’t a new scent I was missing out on. Thanks!
I’ve been trying different brands over the years and liquidating the ones that really aren’t my thing. Most have been used once or twice. Due to the number of items, I’d rather not ship, but would make a sweet deal for a wetshaver living in the Kansas City area.
Here is a list of it all of it...
I really like the scent of this and Barberia Bolognini Fresco. I have the splashes in both scents but prefer to wear a balm during the winter months.
Does anyone have any suggestions?
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I wear colored laces, but not in my dress shoes anymore. When I wore nothing but black Allen Edmonds, I wore either purple or blue shoelaces. Now my new black pair are monk straps (so no need for laces) and my brown ones are a two-tone similar to the shoes in the picture, where I just wear the...
I had a mountain bike accident two Saturdays ago and fracturing both bones just underneath my left elbow as well as blowing out all of the cartilage in that joint and a severe sprain on my left wrist.:mad3: To make matters worse, I am left handed.
The ER that I went to splinted it over the...
My barber uses the Clubman talc afterwards on my neck and I like it. However, I have never really warmed up to the aftershave. This may sound weird, but I actually just put a few drops in the sink to liven up the scent of my "manly" bathroom.