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Not all rainy days are created equal in my book. On a warm rainy day in the TX summer, I find vetiver and fougeres to hit the sweet spot (like Eufros Tierra Humeda and Fougere). On cold rainy days, I find woodsy, leathery or warm fragrances to work great. Soap examples in that category would be APR Raconteur, H&V Cognac and Cigars, APR Fenchurch, Eufros Brisa Oriente and several others.
I tried Chiseled Face Summer Storm today - my first Groomatorium soap. It's also my first rainy day scent. Off the puck I was worried that it would be too floral. It was the perfect balance between earth and floral and I'm not a floral fan. That could be changing.
I face lathered and completely blew the lather with too much water and I still had a great shave with it. Too much water was a SOC Mistura that was lightly squeezed out and shaken once. It kept generating more lather on the brush - even on the second and third passes.