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Magic_Man

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I've been using this Merkur now for a while with Poraso cream in the white tub.
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i use a electric trimmer. i don't shave because my face gets ingrown hair easily and i get very bad razor burn.
 

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Ayuh,.... For the last 40 years or so, I've been shavin' by braille, in the shower,....

Lather up with the bar soap, 'n scratch it off with a disposable razor, used to use the Bic throw-aways, but have moved to the Gillette's, as that's what Sam's Club carries in the monster bags,...
 

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i use a wahl trimmer from the dollar store.
 

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A razor. Just water, no shave cream either. A minimalist.

same here, i started using cheap shaving cream recently though. i find the blades last longer with it.

I set the carb real lean on my truck and then take the air cleaner off and try to rev it....the back fire burns the hair off nicely.

LOL! i've seen my bro do this. does a real patchy job and usually takes some head hair with it :)
 

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I set the carb real lean on my truck and then take the air cleaner off and try to rev it....the back fire burns the hair off nicely.
I lost my eyebrows as a 16 year old kid that way for a while, a young and dumb moment, gas furnaces make good hair removal tools too. Lol
 

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Mühle R89, though mostly with the R41 open-comb head. Face lather with either a Semogue boar brush, or my favorite, the Simpson Duke 3 in best badger. Really like the Tabac and the D.R. Harris Arlington soaps. One is old-timey, lemon-limey, and the other...well you just have to experience Tabac to understand! Both are tallow-based soaps, excellent slippery lather! D.R. Harris is English, and don't be frightened that the Tabac soap is from Germany. Ouch, did I just type that? ;)

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Wow, beauty's! I have a couple vintage gillette's that were my grandfather's that I use often.
1940's Gillette Milford and Aristocrat.

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Almost forgot another favorite shaving soap, Klar Seifen! Awesome stuff, nice small tin fits my travel case perfectly. Fantastic scent, I don't think this one is tallow based, but still lathers very nicely.

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