https://youtu.be/K0cD6mYtnTA In a previous article where I experimented with a "shave of the week," I got a few comments suggesting I try a shave as cheaply as possible. I think there are a couple different ways of doing this: one is using products purchased off internet … [Read more...] about Video – The Cheapest Shave Possible?
A short while back, Mr. Fine himself challenged me to try Fine American Blend and compare it with Tabac*. I've had my share of artisanal soaps, but never given Tabac a chance; this put me in the perfect position to give it a try unbiased by past experience. … [Read more...] about Fine American Blend Soap: Fine vs. Tabac Showdown
There were a bunch of vendors that attended the Maggard Razors meetup in May and I was able to do video interviews with almost all of them. But I missed Shawn of Chatillon Lux! So we got together by email and chatted about his business and products. … [Read more...] about Interview with Chatillon Lux
Sigh. I wanted to like this brand, I really did. Artisan Claude is one of those lawyer / biochemist combos that usually work out nicely in wet shaving. His website is elegant and subtle. His scent design is pleasant and well executed. 5% of his sales revenue is given to a … [Read more...] about Henri Et Victoria's “Bergamot & Vetiver”
One of the attractions to "old school" wet shaving is the variety of scents available in shaving lathers. Woods, spices, florals, etc. are some of the classics. There are also a lot of "unusual" scents, and some are becoming their own sub-category. One I discovered a few … [Read more...] about 12 "Boozy" Shave Soaps