Wow, this is a new one on me. Can anyone offer some advice?I wanted to tell that there is something that is annoying me. Everytime I go swimming, which I love to do, I notice afterwards some of my stubble grows back! I don't want to shave twice a day, so I wanted to ask you … [Read more...] about Shaving And Swimming?
People who want to get into traditional shaving often ask me where they can find products locally, right away. The most commonly found wet shaving products you'll find in the US are Williams Mug Shaving Soap and Van Der Hagen shaving soap. You'll typically find one or both of … [Read more...] about Welcome "Money" Readers, Part 2: Where To Find Products
I have on occassion lamented the demise of Coates shaving creams. They were part of the old Simpsons (shaving brushes) business but I thought they were always treated as sort of a step-child. Anyway, Coates tea tree shaving cream was my all-time favorite shaving … [Read more...] about Coates Rises From The Dead!
I have a question. In earlier videos you mentioned that during beard reduction passes you should lock your wrist to maintain a consistent blade angle. Yet all the advanced techniques seem to have a little wrist action. Is this wrist movement safe?An excllent question. … [Read more...] about Locking the Wrist
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