Discussion in 'Shave School' started by Primotenore, Mar 31, 2021.
Awesome shave Pierpaolo. Love the brush.
I will do that. . I wonder if it's any different as a cologne than as an aftershave,
Thanks, Danny! The Diamondback is a favorite for sure.
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I have enjoyed following along with your focus this month, Troy. The ATT is a top notch razor and I'm glad y'all have bonded. If you are ever interested in trying an open comb, different plates or maybe aluminum let me know and I'll send some you way to play with.
She is purdy....love the handle.
Myles has still got it! Wonderful shave and take care.
Thanks and looking forward to it.
Thank you Jeff.
Preach it brother.....preach it!
Beautiful shave Jason.
Wow...I was five years old. Thanks and I'm glad it stoked a memory for you.
Ok, at our next meet up I am going to ask you to pick 7 numbers so I can win Powerball or the Lotto. I now I just won a raffle, but I believe that was my father’s Devine intervention. I will explain when I see you. However, you have had the magic touch lately.
With the description of Captain's Choice North A.S., why not get Stoylin's Coniferous soap? OOps, sorry Joe, that was for Chemistry Joe.
On that date I was 12...I bet my parents said "Y'know, I think you're old enough to try shaving. How about it???"
Wonderful photo and monthly recap Jason.
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Super shave, pic and post Jason! I enjoy your posts!
Great shave, Paul!
Yes it is!
You really don't need to time it Paul! Just look at your load and when you think you have enough, then load until it is practically impossible to say, I think I need more soap. Like I have always said, it isn't a crime to relather an area in the middle of a pass because you want more protection. However, you don't want the soap to be pasty. You need enough water to make it slick. The problem is there isn't a set recipe as far as how much soap and water you need to get that right combo because some soaps are more thirsty than others.
Lovely fragrant slant shave, Joseph!
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