Here are some shaving brushes that cost under $20.First is the Burma Shave brush ($5). This little brush is widely available at drug stores and megamarts, and its cheap (bordering on the unusable IMHO). Its labeled as a pure bristle brush, meaning its made up of … [Read more...] about Inexpensive Shaving Brushes
Welcome! You're here because you read that article in Money magazine, eh?The big razor companies are at it again. Adding more blades, lubrication reseviours, and changing the shape of the cartridge to improve your shaving experience. And with each "improvement," raising the … [Read more...] about Welcome "Money" Readers! (Part 1)
I just got my first DE, a merkur class 1904. The sample merkur blade that came with it worked fine, but when I put in a Lord brand blade for my next shave I felt like my face was on fire and like it was gonna be on sale in the ground beef section at the grocery store. Have you … [Read more...] about Blade Recommendation?
A recent article at Art of Manliness about cold water shaving generated a lot of interest and I received many messages from readers of this blog and subscribers to my Youtube channel asking for my comment.I tried it for a week or so using a variety of shaving kit (different … [Read more...] about Cold Water Shaving