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 July 7, 2014
Posted June 14, 2013
This Father’s Day maybe consider passing on the knowledge of the wet shave to your son. Learning how to shave from dear old dad was once a coming of age rite that has been lost or eclipsed by all the instantly accessible articles on Wikipedia, or YouTube tutorials that are a soulless keystroke away. The time is ripe to take back what was robbed from our culture when we stopped paying attention to the little, simpler things. I encourage you to make this coming Day of the Dad memorable and a chance to pass on something to the little man…
Posted September 13, 2012
Posted August 22, 2012
This morning my wife (an Occupational Therapist by trade) suggested an idea for a shaving video that I thought was really good: how to shave someone else. Specifically, how to shave a family member who might be too old or disabled to shave themselves. Sharpologist has had a similar post about this but it was more about the family connection. This would be a video more about the “mechanics” of such a shave.
Posted July 30, 2012
This is the Stahly Live Blade razor. There were several safety razors with vibrating heads over the years but the Stahly was probably the best-known. It was produced from the 1940’s into the 1970’s and had a reputation as a very well-designed and well-built razor. Some called it the Cadillac of safety razors.