Douglas at How To Grow A Moustache and Joseph at Italian Barber have collaborated for an unusual shaving soap: Synergy/RazoRock “The beach.” It’s a shaving soap that smells like, well, the beach!
Posted April 21, 2014
Posted April 18, 2014
Good Wall Street Journal article (normally behind a paywall but THIS LINK appears to be open) about Proctor and Gamble’s Gillette brand about to announce a new Fusion cartridge-based razor, the “FlexBall.” The company will be formally announcing the razor on April 29. Some interesting quotes from the article: P&G Chief Executive A.G. Lafley said “Many have wondered if it’s possible to keep improving premium razors, trading consumers up,” he said, adding that it is “not only possible, but also coming soon.” and “Today’s consumer remains challenged, making it more difficult to translate new technologies into higher prices,” said Stephen…
Posted April 16, 2014
Steve Worthington of BornSharp recently sent me an interesting link: Scruff Is In As Men Shave Less. I found it interesting not so much because it was about “scruff” but rather the numbers of people who shave. It got me to wondering how many of “us” (who shave with an “old school” kit of some kind) there are, and how big a market it might be to business.
Posted April 14, 2014
Posted April 7, 2014
It seems like the old-school shaving world has been buried in soaps lately. It used to be easy to tell which were the great ones and which ones left something to be desired. But now that they are everywhere how can you tell good from bad? Let’s take a look at what goes into a good shaving soap and see which ones come out ahead of the others.