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      • Anonymous says:

        The blade lasts for around 6 months and a replacement is like $10. Its way more economical than cartridge razors. Straight edge is obviously cheaper, but some people dont want a super smooth shave. I personally use a shitty beard trimmer i bought more than a decade ago cause even the one blade is a bit too close a shave for me.

        • Anonymous says:

          Depends on the razor, some last longer than others. They’re cheap enough that I just use a new one each time. I use both sides when shaving.

        • Anonymous says:

          feathers are only good for one shave, maybe 2 depending on thickness, I personally use persona labs and get 3-5 before it’s noticeably bad, change it and its hecking butter, my feathers can go from holy shit to is this a hecking derby half way through.

    • Anonymous says:

      https://i.imgur.com/vi2cZIK.jpg

      >looks cool but is never used

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

      it’s 2023 we have the technology

      https://i.imgur.com/QkOe5i0.jpg

      Here’s some tricks to help you shave with a safey razor without getting cuts
      >buy a decent razor (don’t get the cheap chinese ones for like 10 bucks)
      >make sure your face is wet and warm
      >make sure you replace your blade regularly
      >make sure your soap or paste isn’t too wet or too dry
      >don’t put too much pressure when shaving
      >always have your blade perpendicular to your face(
      Don’t skip any of these steps otherwise you’ll cut yourself

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

      favorite blades? treet platinum has been the best for me but also like gillette silver blue

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

      Kneel.

    • Anonymous says:

      I use four different instruments to do my facial grooming. Probably a bit excessive, but it’s taken me years to perfect.

      I too use the one-blade for my neck. It’s the only thing that works quickly without tearing me up. But I always square up my jaw line with a traditional razor.

      • Anonymous says:

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

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        Kneel.

        different products with a different purpose, one blade is better unless you shave everyday, wish I don’t becouse I have depression

    • Anonymous says:

      I use this for my balls #swag

      https://i.imgur.com/3GTrc0y.jpg

      >cuts you

      infinitely better than literally any multi blade razor. This bad boy has done wonders for my skin, nothing beats a nice shave with a new blade.

      • Anonymous says:

        I got one of these at a goth convention thinking I was buying something stylish but pointless. First time I used it I was blown away by how much better it was than cartridges. How the hell did shaving technology go so far in the wrong direction? Been years now and I’ve never cut myself once and I’m not even being careful, so I don’t know what the hell OP’s problem is.

  1. Anonymous says:

    imagine smoothing and softening yourself everyday like a woman, if youre going to go through all the effort, you might as well just get electrolysis

    • Anonymous says:

      >imagine smoothing and softening yourself everyday like a woman, if youre going to go through all the effort, you might as well just get electrolysis

    • Anonymous says:

      Go tell that to Alexander, Julius Caesar, George Washington, and MacArthur.
      Personally I think beards are fine if they can be grown, but there’s nothing unmanly about being clean shaven

        • Anonymous says:

          Alexander
          >Alexander the Great encouraged his soldiers to cut their beards so that they couldn’t be grabbed by the enemy if it came to hand-to-hand combat
          >Shaving razors were soon made out of copper or iron and looked much closer to the straight razors we know today
          Julius Caesar
          >Julius Caesar is reported to have had his beard hair plucked out with tweezers
          >Young Roman men would celebrate their first shave with a party as a way to welcome in adulthood
          >The novacila was used for shaving, the pumice stone made an appearance again to help rub off stubble, and afterwards, massage oils and perfumes would be used to soften the skin
          George Washington
          >The General kept his face stubble-free with the help of a few good tools: a razor, a comb, a strop, a whetstone, a shaving brush and box, and a traveling razor case
          >Gentlemen in the 18th century often traveled with compact razor cases and Washington is known to have ordered several throughout his lifetime
          MacArthur
          >No idea, probably safety razor.

      • Anonymous says:

        I use a shavette, essentially a straight razor that uses disposable razors for the blade, these heckers are harder to use than a straight razor and I have never even come close to doing that, a straight razor, a proper one, is easier to use, and give a better shave, the only reason they fell out of favor was cleanliness at barber shops.

      • Anonymous says:

        lol you would have to be a huge spastic to manage that i cut myself with them before but it’s never more than a nick
        they aren’t worth using though they’re a meme unless you have a proper one where you can keep resharpening and stropping it during your shave which is the advantage they offer

    • Anonymous says:

      I use only this now. Granted, I’m not the hairiest guy out there but unless you’re stupid or Parkinson’s it’s pretty easy to learn to never cut yourself.

      • Anonymous says:

        I use the replaceable blade one though. Don’t want to bother sharpening a blade that I can quickly swap out at the cost of $0.10

      • Anonymous says:

        >it’s pretty easy to learn to never cut yourself
        That must be the take-away of this thread. This all can be learned. It must be. Because there was a time without cartridges, and a time without DE razors, and when you look at pictures from that time. Who looks better groomed. We really need to understand that we have it backwards today with a tech overload.

  2. Anonymous says:

    It was actually the guy holding the razor that cut you. I suggest beating the shit out of him the next time you see his ugly countenance.

    • Anonymous says:

      my hair bumps the skin out enough that I shave the top of the skin off all the time, never really cut myself with this outside of my nose one time with dealing with upper lip, but I get small bloody patches due to this all the time… SO much better than electric razors though, that bit of autism in me that cant stop shaving till I stop hearing it hit hair is a non issue.

      my problem could be fixed with better prep work, but heck me I don’t want to do it.

  3. Anonymous says:

    I haven’t cut myself once since switching from cartridge to safety razor this year not to mention how dirt cheap using it is best decision of 2023 for me

    • Anonymous says:

      B-but anons, it’s called safety razor for a reason. The shaving cream needs to be applied and of a consistency so you can run your razor on your skin smoothly, easily. No pressure, you just go over your skin, let the blade do the work. You basically have to do nothing. You’re probably overthinking it, or your are in a hurry to get to work. You can do that when you get the hang of it. Start after work, on the weekend. Also, the beard needs to be trimmed short. These razors are for shaving stubble, not a beard.

      • Anonymous says:

        yea running the blade over skin does shit, I need to apply pressure, but I also shave once every month or two, I hecking hate this shit on my face, but there is no permanent solution to it.

    • Anonymous says:

      I got enough tism in me that I cut myself with safety razors and every other shaver I have ever used.

      electric razors are the worst, when they bite they sting for days
      cartridge cuts and it sucks, but its manageable
      safety can cut anywhere but you dont feel shit
      shavettes/straight razors can easily shave the tip of skin (hair pushes skin up a bit, you shave flat, and small bits of skin are gone with it)

      I have hair that comes out near directly under my lip and near directly above, to actually deal with that shit, I need to either tweezer it out, or I need get so close that i’m going to cut myself almost regardless of what I do. I also have a butt chin to some degree and getting anything in there to make it smooth is going to cut a bit.

  4. Anonymous says:

    Been using a Philips electric razor for years now. I bought a pretty high-end model and I find that I can get a better shave in much shorter time compared to a standard razor. Not as smooth as going against the grain with a traditional razor but smoother than going with the grain with a classic razor and a lot faster process.

  5. Anonymous says:

    Here’s some tricks to help you shave with a safey razor without getting cuts
    >buy a decent razor (don’t get the cheap chinese ones for like 10 bucks)
    >make sure your face is wet and warm
    >make sure you replace your blade regularly
    >make sure your soap or paste isn’t too wet or too dry
    >don’t put too much pressure when shaving
    >always have your blade perpendicular to your face(
    Don’t skip any of these steps otherwise you’ll cut yourself

    • Anonymous says:

      mate you’re full of shit if the blade is perpendicular to my face it can’t even touch my face

      Nice scam you got there. Subscription without subscription. You’ll own nothing and you’ll be happy.

      I don’t want to pay, Im literally forced to since everything else tears up my face

      have you thought about just not shaving like a stupid monkey on 3 expressos?

      >He can’t figure out how to shave with the grain

      There is no "grain", my beard is thick and the hair is growing out in all directions. betas with low follicle density will never comprehend this.

      • Anonymous says:

        >mate you’re full of shit if the blade is perpendicular to my face it can’t even touch my face
        I mean’t the horizontal angle not the vertical

    • Anonymous says:

      >buy a decent razor (don’t get the cheap chinese ones for like 10 bucks)
      Bullshit, the blades themselves are more important. The razors from china are fine, not sure if they still cost 10 bucks nowadays though, bought two of them many years ago.

      • Anonymous says:

        Baili and the rest are the actual bottom of the barrel, you’re saving money because of their saving on quality control. Buy a vintage Gillette for a little bit more, and you’re getting a much better razor from when America actually made its own consumer goods.

  6. Anonymous says:

    ive literally never cut myself on accident while shaving. i dont even have to try its just naturally so easy for me. i had to start cutting myself on purpose so people dont think i think im better than them. but i do. and i am.

  7. Anonymous says:

    I use a gillette fusion for my head and a feather D2 with feather blades for my neck and jawline. I finally understand wet shaving perfectly after maybe a year.

  8. Anonymous says:

    I bought one because was constantly being shilled over here, but I agree with the shilling. I bought one like an year ago or so, a box of blades and probably is going to take years in order to need another set.
    I’m not gonna lie, in the first week or so you have to get used to the weight and you’re going to cut yourself, but after that minor adaptation time, you’re going to use it like any other razor.

    • Anonymous says:

      Depends on the razor, some last longer than others. They’re cheap enough that I just use a new one each time. I use both sides when shaving.

    • Anonymous says:

      >how many times can you use a razor on a safety razor?
      Till it feels dull or you feel fancy and want an extra smooth shave.
      Some shit razor brands are dull brand new from the packaging tho.
      Avoid Gillette products made in India for Asian market, the ones made in St. Petersburg are good.
      >do you alternate the side you use?
      wdym?
      When both sides are full of foam and hair stubbles I rinse it.

      • Anonymous says:

        1-5 feathers are the worst for durability, others are better but also have worse shaves, see derby, the happy medium would probably be persona labs where you get 2-5 shaves depending on hair thickness, but generally 3 and replace.

      • Anonymous says:

        bought a 10 brand pack on amazon, so far the Russian made Gillette platinum are the best.
        on the 4th shave now and they still feel good.

    • Anonymous says:

      I use each blade twice
      if there’s no blade on the razor, I put on a new one and turn it the other way around after shaving
      if the razor already has a blade, I use it and throw it afterwards
      they’re so cheap I don’t feel like using it until it feels dull

      https://i.imgur.com/rh3UrO9.jpg

      I bought these because they were cheap and well rated. I cut myself, but maybe I’m just an idiot

      https://www.amazon.com/Astra-Platinum-Double-Safety-Blades/dp/B001QY8QXM/

      I started with Astra blades too and they’re not bad
      I cut myself when starting a lot so it’s just skill issue
      the blue ones are slightly sharper than the greens imo
      now I’m using Muhle blades and will try Feather when I finish these, but oh man… each box lasts about 2-3 years so it’s going slow

  9. Anonymous says:

    How do guys get an actually smooth shave? It feels like im doing everything right. Hot water, preshave, shaving cream, cut with feather blades
    with, across, and against grain. Still visibly stubbly and even if i do more passes it seems like it just wont get smoother.

    • Anonymous says:

      Sounds like you’re overdoing it, like you are burying the hair in the skin or something with all the procedure and pre-procedure.

      https://i.imgur.com/3GTrc0y.jpg

      >cuts you

      You really need to think of the shave as something simple as the DE razor itself. Keep it short and simple. If you don’t get a good result right away, don’t mind, you’ll get a better result the next day. You’re hecking the skin up with twenty passes against the grain and what not.

    • Anonymous says:

      Do not use the same blade more than a dozen times. This sounds like a nobrainer, but I’m sure some niggardly hecks out there will try to make their blades last longer. One thing I’ve noticed, having used a number of different brands, is that Feather blades don’t last very long. The first couple of shaves are very smooth, but after that it gets rough. By contrast, my Mühle blades last about twice as long before needing to be changed.

    • Anonymous says:

      for some of us it’s simply impossible
      I think it may be thick hair or something like that
      even when freshly shaved I already got a 5 o’clock shadow

  10. Sieg says:

    Don’t worry doesn’t cut as deep as getting rejected by every crazy slut that’s ever posted on /fashion/ for the last 15 years

  11. Anonymous says:

    If I shave after 5 days of not shaving I have zero cuts and no problems. But if I try to shave while the beard is still stubby I cut myself constantly, it just doesn’t work smoothly. Any tips?

  12. Anonymous says:

    I have been using one like this for quite a few years now. Never going back to the fake and gay plastic ones. Yes it does cut you sometimes but it’s been so much better on my face in general.

    I finish off my shave with some beef tallow from Vanman’s and my face absolutely glows.

    FYI, you need to know how to use these types of razors beforehand, otherwise, yes, you will be cutting your face more.

      • Anonymous says:

        yes it has a flexible head just like a cartridge razor but takes double ended razor blades (snapped in half)
        one nice thing is it doesn’t get clogged as easily as most cartridge razors do

        […]
        I looked it up, it’s not for the face, they offer different, single-bladed models for that.

        i use it on my face just fine, they market it that way cause the head is kind of large so it’s not great for fine detail work and you gotta be careful to not miss hairs on your upper lip

        • Anonymous says:

          >hairs on your upper lip
          I was thinking about that, I don’t see how I’d get the hairs right under the nose. Maybe in combination with the single blade, which would be pricey, though. But it’s a cool design for sure, I’ve read you can even put three blades in there for the closest shave. Thanks!

    • Anonymous says:

      https://i.imgur.com/7L5jnX8.jpg

      That looks like something I could get for my brother, is it similar in use to a cartridge? Looks best-of-both-worlds.

      I looked it up, it’s not for the face, they offer different, single-bladed models for that.

    • Anonymous says:

      I have one of these, it’s fine but not great.
      I do my head as well as my face
      You still need something to trim by the ears and right under he nose

    • Anonymous says:

      depends on the razor and the blades
      the great combos are way better than cartridges, you do less passes and it doesn’t get hecking clogged constantly
      the bad combos are too sharp and you end up getting a bunch of nicks

  13. Anonymous says:

    I have cutted my face here and there all my life while shaving, but it stopped when I bought OP’s.

    Learn to use it correctly anon! you should not apply pressure at all.

  14. Anonymous says:

    I bought these because they were cheap and well rated. I cut myself, but maybe I’m just an idiot

    https://www.amazon.com/Astra-Platinum-Double-Safety-Blades/dp/B001QY8QXM/

      • Anonymous says:

        Yes, not the best for beginners. I took a chunk out of my neck the first time I used them. I came back to them after seeing how weak and pathetic other blades were by comparison. To bad they are owned by Gillette.

        Might be a question of preference and temperament. However. First thing my father taught me about knives: wield the blade away from the body, and the first thing my mother taught me about knives: they have to be sharp, or they yield poor results. And the best thing I’ve learned about tools in general all by myself: use a good, proper one, and it’s piece of cake, use worn out, ill fitting, low quality junk, and you win yourself a free trip to the hot nurses in the emergency room.

    • Anonymous says:

      Yes, not the best for beginners. I took a chunk out of my neck the first time I used them. I came back to them after seeing how weak and pathetic other blades were by comparison. To bad they are owned by Gillette.

    • Anonymous says:

      astras are fine the only problem with them is theyre owned by gillette.
      you can pay a bunch more and get feather blades. you can find pics of both blade edges under a microscope online easily. is it worth it? depends. astras will get the job just fine for way cheaper but with how long a box lasts: why not just get he best?
      anyways i’m shaving with astras right now because feather was out of stock on amazon last time i needed a box.

    • Anonymous says:

      I have the 3000 series and it gives me basically the equivalent of a two pass shave with a safety razor or better
      but it does not do a good job for my neck and under my chin area

      so i use it together with a safety razor

      it’s not bad honestly it’ll just be more expensive than a safety razor in the long run

  15. Anonymous says:

    I actually went back to disposable 3-blade razors.
    the safety razor works too but system razors and disposables are more convenient.

  16. Anonymous says:

    Ever since I no longer need to be clean shaven (my last job) I put a hairtrimmer with no extension to my face to mow down the facial fungus. Then I use a granulated facial scrub to remove all the dead skin flakes and good to go.

  17. Anonymous says:

    I cut myself after using canned shave gel and Cremo. Haven’t tried since.
    Is soap and a brush the solution or am I simply bad?

  18. Anonymous says:

    I’m about to finish my proraso soap in a couple of weeks and want something fancier
    has anyone tried
    >Geo.F.Trumper
    >D.R. Harris
    >Le Père Lucien
    soaps?

    • Anonymous says:

      I’m using caisson unscented, i don’t have anything to compare it to since it’s my first real shaving soap and was the only option on my military base lel

      • Anonymous says:

        Can’t find it over here.

        Le Pere Lucien is legit but expensive, depending on which country you’re in I could give cheaper options among the various artisans that have sprung up.
        D.R. Harris is middling, with a range of experiences with their hard soaps.
        Geo. F. Trumper hard soap is a never buy, they contract out to Soapworks along with other British brands and it is glorified bath soap. However, the British brands often still have a very good shave cream.

        Scratch that, Lucien is 7 oz tubs which is quite large, and makes the price reasonable.

        I’m in Spain. Le Père Lucien is the cheapest of the 3 I posted. I’m looking for something unscented or with a scent that would go well with Prada L’Homme since that’s what I use for work.
        >Geo. F. Trumper hard soap is a never buy
        Shame, their rose scented soap looked promising.
        The only other niche brand available at my usual barber shop that has an unscented soap is Martin de Candre, but it’s very expensive and I won’t spend that much.

    • Anonymous says:

      Le Pere Lucien is legit but expensive, depending on which country you’re in I could give cheaper options among the various artisans that have sprung up.
      D.R. Harris is middling, with a range of experiences with their hard soaps.
      Geo. F. Trumper hard soap is a never buy, they contract out to Soapworks along with other British brands and it is glorified bath soap. However, the British brands often still have a very good shave cream.

    • Anonymous says:

      i use this. is it a big outlay for soap? yes, but it’s cured so well that it lasts ages, i’m not even a third of the way through the jar yet. i love the scent as well

      • Anonymous says:

        I’m about to pull the trigger on it just because it has only 5 hecking ingredients
        but I’d like to try something with tallow first
        shame that Tabac switched to vegan soap

        • Anonymous says:

          If you’re in the United States, there are plenty of artisans making great tallow soaps to order off Pasteur or Maggards. Barrister & Mann, Noble Otter, House of Mammoth, Highlands Springs, Declaration Grooming, and more.

          I will never stop shilling muh artisans, by the way.

          • Anonymous says:

            sadly I’m an yuropoor
            Le Père Lucien has some tallow soap, but it’s not available at my local shop and shipping is expensive from theirs
            I don’t mind paying for it but I never had a tallow soap before so I want to try some first

          • Anonymous says:

            B&M lists some European sites that stock their products, depending on which country you’re in, as well as Noble Otter . Other vendors should have similar pages if they do have European stockists.
            https://www.barristerandmann.com/pages/store-locator
            https://www.nobleotter.com/pages/store-locator

          • Anonymous says:

            shill me a low ingredient, scentless soap.
            i’ve been using proraso white for like a decade because it doesn’t make my skin break out.

          • Anonymous says:

            here Anon

            https://i.imgur.com/pODO2Rc.jpg

            i use this. is it a big outlay for soap? yes, but it’s cured so well that it lasts ages, i’m not even a third of the way through the jar yet. i love the scent as well

            they sell an unscented version too

          • Anonymous says:

            House of Mammoth has Z, or for cheaper there’s a few Stirling Soap offerings: Naked & Smooth is their regular beef tallow base without fragrance, Unscented with Beeswax adds beeswax, and Sheep is their mutton tallow base without scent.

          • Anonymous says:

            Truefitt and Hill should have an unscented soap, if you dont mind a mild smell proraso green works for me better than the white one

        • Anonymous says:

          >shame that Tabac switched to vegan soap
          When?

          If you’re in the United States, there are plenty of artisans making great tallow soaps to order off Pasteur or Maggards. Barrister & Mann, Noble Otter, House of Mammoth, Highlands Springs, Declaration Grooming, and more.

          I will never stop shilling muh artisans, by the way.

          Which is the best bang for the buck? I have some fine accoutrement fresh vetiver soaps but I hear now they got rid of the tallow and it’s a soft soap?

          • Anonymous says:

            If you want a bargain over everything else, get an Arko stick or a kilogram brick of Cella (it does exist!), those can’t really be beat for price. Fine Accoutrements still has tallow in their mix, but it looks like fresh vetiver has been discontinued.

            With shaving soap, it’s never going to be quite as hard as bar soap, since potassium hydroxide is used to saponify the fats instead of regular lye. Specific hardness will depend on the particular soap base used. Fine Accoutrements might have reformulated since you purchased yours.

          • Anonymous says:

            Which is your overall favorite? I don’t mind spending some extra money. I enjoy shaving daily and they last for a long time.

          • Anonymous says:

            I’ve personally had great shaves with Noble Otter, but their scents tend towards being weaker. Highlands Springs is good as well, Green Door is a great cedarwood fougère. Haven’t tried myself, but I’ve heard many rave reviews of Barrister & Mann with the Omnibus base currently in use, and they’ve got a wide range of scent options.

          • Anonymous says:

            >a kilogram brick of Cella
            I always hear people complaining about the strong bitter almond smell on this one and 1kg would last too many years for something not pleasant in the end

  19. Anonymous says:

    I use a straight razor for the sides and neck. I follow up with a cheap 2 or 1 blade disposable for the chin and mustache. This is the ONLY way for me.

    • Anonymous says:

      I have with Barbasol, it works alright but you realize how much it sucks once you upgrade to soap and brush. Foam just doesn’t hold water or provide slickness like soap.

    • Anonymous says:

      Sure. It’s really no different despite what people here will tell you. Barbasol is just fine. I always have a can just in case.

      However, the economics and environmental benefits of using shave soap are quite great. Cheaper with less waste, lasts forever with a variety of scents and brands to use. Admittedly less convenient than canned foam and there is a learning curve to lathering up.

  20. Solutions for optimal and simple home entertainment streaming says:

    I have used a Leaf razor, a Muhler Safety razor, but I keep going back to my cartridge Wilkinson because it’s just way too easy and convenient. I like the perfectly smooth shaved feeling, which is almost impossible with other razors. I think my skin is too thick, so I put more pressure to get all the hairs against the grain, which you can only do with conventional cartridge razors.

  21. Anonymous says:

    Whenever I shave I get bumps. I don’t cut myself, but I get bumps every time. I’ve resorted to going to the barber whenever I wanna shape up my beard.

  22. Anonymous says:

    today I tried an open comb (Muhle R41) for the first time after years of shaving with closed comb
    holy heck it was scary
    not a single cut and the shave was very smooth, but I would feel the blade almost scraping the hair instead of cutting it because I was too afraid to press more
    I guess this is how a shavette would feel like

    • Anonymous says:

      I can’t wait for my Timor 1354 100mm to arrive. I am 36 and I felt I need a new routine in my life so I decided I will start shaving regularly instead of having a short beard and using only a machine. I started about a month ago with disposable cartrige razors, okay but I felt this can be much more enjoyable experience with some actual decent skill developed along side, so I ended up ordering a lower tier safety razor to try it out and it completely turned me around when it comes to shaving: I am looking forward to it and pride myself in having a nice clean shave. Also having to only buy cheap old school blades, the feeling of doing something that proved itself in time among other men, the tools it requires, the preparation, focus, skill etc, just gives so much satisfaction. I am extremely happy I decided to go with safety razors. Highly recommend!

        • Anonymous says:

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

          what should i look for if i eant a stubble
          a trimmer?

          Looking at the pic again, the guard on my older Philips is different starting at 3 mm/ 1/8". Without the guard it’s a bit short the first day, but just right thereafter for few days before it gets the look of a beard.

  23. Anonymous says:

    I wet shaved my neck with my safety razor for the first time in like a decade and got pretty bad razor bumps. did it again a week later maybe and still got them pretty bad even though I shaved right after a shower so my skin was warm

      • Anonymous says:

        just some fancy soap I got when I bought the razor, with then against the grain. It was probably the final passes that did it tbh it never actually feels smooth till that point and then you’re taking skin off the bumps.

        • Anonymous says:

          >then against
          don’t do that
          shave only with the grain and see the results; if it’s fine after a few shaves, then go with and across the grain and test again a few times
          only then, try against the grain; but I simply wouldn’t recommend it unless you got leather instead of skin since neck area is very sensitive and it got and soft

        • Anonymous says:

          the reason I asked about the soap is because different brands don’t provide the same level of glide, other anon is right about single pass on the neck though.

  24. Anonymous says:

    used to cut myself all the time and get irritation, crazy sensitive skin

    got a mühle r41 and feather blades, they are both ridiculously aggressive and i get a perfect shave almost effortlessly every single time, slight irritation if i try to go 100% smooth against the grain but i dont bother with that usually

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