Discussion in 'Shower or Shave of the Day' started by crackstar, Jun 12, 2016.
Great picture amigo! Have a Fabulous Friday.
The Word Wizard is at his best today. Have a great weekend David, with lots of..."legitima and love".
Thanks Doug! Have a good weekend my friend. TGIF!
Razor: Gillette 195 Fat Boy (f1) 1960 (5) (3)
Brush: Old Spice 1985 Cobalt Blue Boar
Mug: Old Spice 1985 Cobalt Blue
Cream/soap: Seifenglatt Shave Soap Barber Shop
Blade: Feather (1)
Post shave: Thayers Cucumber WH, Jack Black balm, Old Spice original Shulton 1983 Porcelain Sail Boat
I don't use the boar brush very often, but it is an Old Spice, and I use everything I have. So I whipped up the Barber Shop, nice scent, in my favorite Old Spice mug. The brush has lots of backbone and is not as easy to paint my face as my badgers. WTG XTG on my face an neck on 5 ATG on my neck on 3. Quick close shave today an out the door after a splash of vintage Old Spice from 1983. Have a good one y'all.
Beautiful sail boat Decanter Don.
Thank you Doug and Mark. I hope you both have a great Friday and a fantastic weekend.
Pre Shave Oil - The Blades Grim Smolder
Soap - Col. Conk Almond
Brush - Badger
Blade - ASCO
Razor - Van Der Hagen
Aftershave - Gillette Fusion Proseries (feel the burn)
2nd pass with this blade. better than the first asco blade.
Thank you. No story on this one, but it was a great bay find, no box but full.
I don't think I've seen a Sail Boat Decanter in an original box.
Just the kind of shave which I LOVE - smooth as a little baby's keester and so easily. The Glacial Obsidian soap lathered like a maniac after 25 seconds of loading with my Plissoft synthetic brush and almost instantly the freeze began. By the time I was half way through my first pass my face felt like there was liquid nitrogen on it. The second pass felt almost painfully cold and the matching balm, together with the Snake Bite aftershave splash put two more coatings of intense frigidness in my skin!
17 June 2016
* Weber DLC + UFO U2V1 Red Bronze
* Iridium Super
* WSP Original 2-Band + Oscar11 Rootbeer Translucent C7
* Mystic Water Cedar/Sage
* Thayer Witch Hazel Unscented
* Unrefined Shea Butter
* Patchouli/Sage EO
For Flint Friday! Pre-shave showdown part two
I got the lawn mowed and played in the water with Atticus before it gets too hot today.
I used Jack Black Nourishing Oil on the left and Proraso White on the right this time. Again, the JB side felt smoother and softer after every pass. The difference is less pronounced after the AS has dried down. For me, it seems PSO does make a small difference. I think my bad experiences might have been due to using too much oil, or not waiting long enough for it to do its job. YMMV
For Flint is such a great scent citrus and grassy, maybe vetiver - I'm not great at picking out notes. The lather was optimal once I got the water right, and the Lather Monster made enough to allow the Futur to give me BBS in three easy passes on 5-5-6.
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Now that is a excellent picture Robert
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Friday, June 17, 2016
Pre - Mr Glo Soap, Noxema
Razor - Cobra Classic
Blade - Feather Pro #4
Brush - BSB-2 Vie Long 2 Band
Lather - Mike's Natural Soap Barbershop
Post - Sterling Aftershave Barbershop
Hey man nice shot!
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