I wanted to hate Stirling Soap Co.’s Ben Franklin soap! Okay, well let me explain. I should preface this by saying any discussion of scents is always YMMV. What is precious to one man could be equivalent to “poison” for another. So take what I say next about the scent to be my own opinion.
Posted July 9, 2014
Posted July 7, 2014
Shaving while traveling is all about compromise. Maybe you can’t take your regular shaving kit because it’s size, or its weight, or it’s cost. But even if you can take your regular kit you still may not get the same results on the road because of environmental changes. Let’s take a look at some shaving products specifically made for travel, along with strategies for getting a good shave when you’re not at home.
Posted April 28, 2014
There seems to be increasing interest in shaving mugs and scuttles. And with good reason: some are built so that lather stays warm during the shave, providing a more luxurious experience. Others are meant to show off some aspect of the shave…or the shaver. But there are quite a few styles, new and vintage. Let’s see if we can make sense of the different varieties and what they are used for with this introduction to shaving mugs and scuttles.
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.
Posted March 20, 2014
West Coast Shaving today launches it’s Shaving Value Guide. Buying and selling shaving products is common for those trying to find their “perfect” shave. The West Coast Shaving Value Guide was developed to fill the need for credible values for used products. Sharpologist is pleased to be the first site to announce this new resource.