View attachment 1329665SOTD #234/2021
>> STIRLING SOAPTEMBER<<
Preshave: shower, frigid tap water
Brush: Razorock Big Bruce
Soap: Stirling Soap ~ Stirling Noir
Razor: Henson Shaving AL 13 medium
Blade: Wilkinson Sword Germany (3)
Post shave: frigid tap water, Stirling Soap ~ Stirling Noir Nivea Cool psb.
Happy shaves, y'all!
I may share my initial thoughts stated over here to address your question...I have my eye on that razor. How do you like it?
|Pre||Face wash with Neutrogena Liquid Facial Soap|
|Brush||AP Shaving Tuxedo Syn.|
|Bowl||Captain’s Choice Copper|
|Razor||Wolfman SS SB 1.05|
|Blade||Personna Med Prep|
|Aftershave||Thayers WH & Neutrogena Triple Protect|
|Fragrance||Jimmy Choo Man Intense|
|Comments||Boy did this week go fast. Friday’s shave is the 3rd use of the Ethos Lavender. Ethos could turn out to be my favorite artisan soap. It is one of the easiest soaps to lather. The AP shaving brush did a satisfactory job of making lather. The Wolfman – Med Prep combo did a fine job of cutting the whiskers. A nice, smooth BBS shave. A beautiful day today. Have a great weekend, B&Bers.|
Sorry for this stupid question , how does this razors shave in comparaison with a Charcoal lvl 2 or another shave sensation comparaison ?Goodwill 160 and 164, both with Charcoal handles, Treet Falcon blades, MDC. I prefer the Old Type based 164 in pretty much every respect, finding it both smoother and more efficient. Neither are efficiency monsters though, touch up dome pass with the Shake Sharp was productive.
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The Charcoal level 2 is akin to a more aggressive version of the Long Comb or Goodwill 160. I'm more a fan of the Short Comb.Sorry for this stupid question , how does this razors shave in comparaison with a Charcoal lvl 2 or another shave sensation comparaison ?