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rich and consistent lather through out the face, it's essential that it is uniform and that it doesn't clump up, it also raises the hairs making them easier to cutchinese girl wrote:go on then, explain
g|aSsJaw wrote:flaps you're taking grooming advice from someone that always looks homeless
g|aSsJaw wrote:when Rum cuts himself shaving thousand island comes out
shave with an M9 bayonet like a real manBaloneyflaps wrote:speaking of, I've already learned that shaving with a DE razor is a lot less forgiving of being impatient. I have a little slice of skin missing from the side of my neck
Redrum wrote:rich and consistent lather through out the face, it's essential that it is uniform and that it doesn't clump up, it also raises the hairs making them easier to cut
it's really a night and day difference with a proper wet shaving razor, good blades, and good cream (the cream idk how important it is i can't speak from experience and i can't imagine it making a world of difference but who knows)
either way wet shaving is superior if only because of how much money you save on replaceable blades, let alone the actual closeness of the shave and overall less irritation
You are to shaving as Ghetto is to vaping.
does your wife mind that you're making your home look more like a warehouse every monthBaloneyflaps wrote:I'm not denying there's some benefit to the extras, and I will get around to it. Another part of the reason I'm in no hurry is that I don't have a good place to put that stuff right now as my sink is pretty small. I plan to make a custom wall mounted rack for shave stuff that matches my towel holders, TP holder and shower curtain, etc that I made from steel pipes.
GhEttOrAiD;25356115 wrote:I am a whistleblower who successfully resolved a real problem with the forum, a hero/freedom fighter of sorts
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