Pre-shave: Van Der Hagen Shave Butter Lather: Hendrix Classics & Co White Star "Southern Comfort" Brush: Jayaruh 347 Boar Razor: Enders Speed with injector adapter from HC&C/Ian Ligocki (Last Shadow) collaboration Blade: Supply Black Label injector (1) Post-shave: Omega Alum Stick and HC&C White Star balm Today I had my first try with an Enders Speed razor using the injector blade adapter made by Ian Ligocki aka 'Last Shadow'. It worked brilliantly! It uses magnets to hold the blade in place and fits the razor perfectly. It made for a very efficient and enjoyable shave. I enjoyed it so much that I can't wait to use it again. Also new in this shave are HC&C's White Star products which are their budget-friendly line. They cut corners on packaging and presentation but certainly not on quality. The soap is different from their Top Shelf base but is every bit as good from what I'm able to tell. It's $5.25 for 3 ounces which is a crazy good price. The Southern Comfort fragrance is pleasant. I was even more pleased with the balm. I got the unscented version so I could add the fragrance myself. I mixed up a couple of little pots, one of Havana Breeze and the other Barbershop. The feel of it is silky smooth but not greasy and a little bit goes a long way. The 4-ounce tub is only $8.50 so again, a bargain. I had a spectacular BBS shave. 9.8/10 with points taken for a bit of self-imposed, ham-fisted irritation. I hope you have a great day!