72 thoughts on “Choose your class.

    • Anonymous says:

      Only the unwashed masses and brownoids dont shave. The upperclass has been shaving for 5000 years at least, with the most common grave good in upper class male graves after weapons being razors and tweezers.

      • Anonymous says:

        Ive looked at paintings and sculptures of many monarchs and emperors from the most important kingdoms and empires of europe and many of them had beards, moustaches, etc. Everywhere else in the world is the same

        • Anonymous says:

          simply untrue, one only needs to look at the wiki article for english or french or hre kings to see that almost all of them are clean shaven, further back, every roman and greek before them was clean shaven. Further back from there, the romans described the celts as plucking out all of their body hair and the german warriors were to shave even their legs, which the romans thought was too much. No, having body hair, especially on the face, is and always has been, a sign of being low class apart from perhaps a few decades leading into ww1

          • Anonymous says:

            >simply untrue
            You can literally look it up. Won’t read the rest of your schizo cope

            https://i.imgur.com/y6BGXVb.jpg

            This nigga thinks shaving off his 12 chin whiskers will trick people into thinking he’s high status

            Found the soiboys, bet you think drinking beer is manly too despite hops being estrogenic hahahaha

          • Anonymous says:

            I don’t drink bear, or consume onions products. What a strange assumption to make about someone you don’t know.

          • Anonymous says:

            This nigga thinks shaving off his 12 chin whiskers will trick people into thinking he’s high status

      • Anonymous says:

        i have sensitive skin on my face so i only use an electric shaver. it usually leaves slightly noticeable stubble up close, but its easier to save time and not accidentally hurt my face.

        >unwashed masses
        stop with the larp, chud. you will never be an aristocrat. it doesnt matter if you shave or not in the modern day, and its not any sort of status symbol.

    • Anonymous says:

      Ive looked at paintings and sculptures of many monarchs and emperors from the most important kingdoms and empires of europe and many of them had beards, moustaches, etc. Everywhere else in the world is the same

      Greeks had beards and Romans followed their fashion at some point.

      Celts were animals.

      https://i.imgur.com/y6BGXVb.jpg

      This nigga thinks shaving off his 12 chin whiskers will trick people into thinking he’s high status

      https://i.imgur.com/RbESEWm.jpg

      >The upperclass has been shaving for 5000 years at least

      >clean shaven
      >stubble
      >80s mustache
      only acceptable facial hair, if you object post chin

    • Anonymous says:

      Ok manly man. Buy your beard oil kits, black rifle coffee and subscribe for more JOE ROGAN EXPERIENCE. I AM A FRIGGIN MAN!

  1. Anonymous says:

    Are there any benefits to shavettes other than being able to slice your jugular?
    They seem like a pain in the ass to disassemble and pat dry, you’ll wear down the half blade after one session rather than several with a DE.

    • Anonymous says:

      there is a mile of difference between a proper shavette and the cheap ones working with halved DE blades.
      my experience with the later ones, they are bad. Incredible sharp blade combined with solid spine.
      uncomfortable, require pressure control over 9000 and any mistake equals blood.
      A straight razor which most people fear, while not as close is childs play in comparison.
      The benefit of the shavette is, being as close as possible to the straight razor larp without the autistic upkeep and hunt for a decent edge

      • Anonymous says:

        They are great for permanently scarring your face, in particular the left side if you use your left hand for it
        I find it amazing that shavettes are freely available without any warning on them
        They are not for regular shaving but a barber’s tool
        I can’t speak to straight razors
        DE is the best overall, get an open comb so you can shave everything everywhere

        Skill issue.

        • Anonymous says:

          >Skill issue.
          yea, craftsmen for over a century one upped each other in creating the finest hollow grind possible.
          i guess they too just sucked using their cleavers

    • Anonymous says:

      They are great for permanently scarring your face, in particular the left side if you use your left hand for it
      I find it amazing that shavettes are freely available without any warning on them
      They are not for regular shaving but a barber’s tool
      I can’t speak to straight razors
      DE is the best overall, get an open comb so you can shave everything everywhere

  2. Anonymous says:

    Is it worth it to go safety razor? I’ve heard it’s much slower than just using a cartridge, and I’m pretty careless with my technique too. I also never use any kind of shaving product on my face.

    • Anonymous says:

      If you don’t have any specific issue (razor burn, razor bumps, etc.) with cartridge systems, stick with them. You need all sort of products, relearning your shaving routine/techniques, turning your face into a chopping block just to chase the muh close shave dragon, a dragon that goes away in less than a day in the event you do catch it.

      • Anonymous says:

        I only get razor bumps if I shave against the grain. Though I have a habit of using my razors well past the point of dullness.

        I use them because I have a mole on my upper lip that bleeds profusely if it gets cut with a dull razor. You’d need to learn how to shave again and the proper angle/pressure, but after some practice it should become second nature. But you’ll always need to use shaving cream, just one thick hair can make the razor skip and knick you.

        Sounds like a pain, but I’m just lazy.

      • Anonymous says:

        It’s really not that hard. I learnt to shave with a safety razor as a teenager, all it takes is some lather, a brush and the razor itself. It’s far cheaper than multiblade disposables and more comfortable, doesn’t pinch (since there’s only one blade, not multiple all grabbing your skin). Just man up and get gud.

      • Anonymous says:

        you just need barbasol and maybe aftershave, which you needed already to shave

        let me give you a redpill or tell me if im stupid

        used a bunch of singleblade disposable razors, only one time use that I used, constant bleeding and whatever from these shitty bic

        buy single use/diposable/two blade ones in pack of 5, never cut me with these ever, been using the same hecking one for over a year now without throwing it away without issue

        the j’s fear the infinite use disposable two blade user

        that or I occasionally use my hair trimmer for shaving a bit

        I use a safety razor normally but I do sometimes use an old Trac II razor and those do last long as shit for some reason. I could probably use it for months

    • Anonymous says:

      I use them because I have a mole on my upper lip that bleeds profusely if it gets cut with a dull razor. You’d need to learn how to shave again and the proper angle/pressure, but after some practice it should become second nature. But you’ll always need to use shaving cream, just one thick hair can make the razor skip and knick you.

  3. Anonymous says:

    let me give you a redpill or tell me if im stupid

    used a bunch of singleblade disposable razors, only one time use that I used, constant bleeding and whatever from these shitty bic

    buy single use/diposable/two blade ones in pack of 5, never cut me with these ever, been using the same hecking one for over a year now without throwing it away without issue

    the j’s fear the infinite use disposable two blade user

    that or I occasionally use my hair trimmer for shaving a bit

  4. Anonymous says:

    After years of trying everything from the overbuilt multiblade cartridges, to DE razors with all the fancy hot soaps and towels and shit, barber’s foils, to even just paying barbers to do a proper razor shave I’ve given up and just use a trimmer to take my facial hair down to close stubble. Literally every other option I’ve tried gives me a nasty razor rash on my neck every single time.

  5. Anonymous says:

    I LOVE MY HENSON
    I got mine is bronze and I hecking love it
    My biggest concern was not being able to shave as quick as I could
    No razor burn anymore. No bumps. My gf prefers the way it looks vs the baby face that my old razor used to give me. It’s honestly one of the best things I bought all year

  6. Anonymous says:

    Women’s razors > any and every other possible razor
    Even the cheap disposables they use for shaving legs are smoother and closer than a safety razor without all the autistic prep work
    They are cheaper than men’s razors too

  7. Anonymous says:

    Safety razor bros… I’m on your side, but how tf do you shave the stache without getting a dozen cuts
    >inb4 very carefully

  8. Anonymous says:

    If you want a smooth clean shave and don’t fall for basedboy “manly” products – just pick a disposable pink girly pussy shaving Gillette, it never cuts.

    For anything else – dog trimmer

  9. Anonymous says:

    Does anybody know how shaving impacts the formation/prevention of wrinkles and other signs of aging? Are there specific types of razors I should look into for this?

    • Anonymous says:

      I have used a safety razor for around 10 years now. I bought this one because I remember my boomer dad always used an electric razor and I admit the convenience of just picking it up and using it on dry skin is attractive. I’ve used it four times now… And I don’t get the hype.

      It cuts like shit. You do 10 passes and there are strands of hair that it just refuses to cut, very frustrating. It has also given me the most ingrown hairs and irritation I’ve ever had in my life from shaving. My cheeks look like I have acne because of this stupid bullshit. I’m never buying an electric razor again. Into the trash it goes!

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