Discussion in 'Shave School' started by Primotenore, Sep 30, 2020.
Very nice shave Danny. Outsourcing to China
Nice shave and pic Daniel!
Looking forward to your post, Charlie! Glad to hear about the weight control success! Hope all is well in your “Old Kentucky Home”!
Beautiful shave and brush Clint. I am glad you got better lathering results with the MWF.
Outstanding OS October shave Joseph!
Way to knock it out of the park, Paul! TOTWE all the way!
Great shave Myles!
Thank you Joe. I used MWF for a while back in 2015 or so with some success but moved onto artisan soaps. @Droo78 inspired me to give it another try.
Barbasol Floating Head, a vintage razor made in the thirties that is highly efficient or what some might term aggressive. I love mine, always get a very close shave with it!
Alabama awesomeness has returned to 30DC! Have a nice day Danny!
Thanks Joe! enjoy your Day!
You’re getting to the point with your technique that we all just assume a great BBS, Andrew! Hope your day goes well!
They are both honestly just as good, but I don't wanna use my 40s puck that often just because of the rarity of it and historical value.
Thank you, Clint! Indeed it is!
Thank you Jeff! Enjoy your day!
Yeah, they tell us they're an American company and state the blades are American made but no reference that I could find as to where the razor itself is made.
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I’m anticipating a large safety razor reduction on my part, in the next few weeks, Joe! Have to make room for those really old cast steel Sheffield straights!
Thank you, Jeff. Both, actually. Large picture L: Pietro Mascagni, R: Ruggero Leoncavallo, both inscribed to the singer in the small pictures, Ferruccio Corradetti, my wife's maternal grandfather.
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