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March 22nd till march 28th

UnShaven

Well-Known Member
Razor: Merkur Progress (Germany)
Blade: Hema (Netherlands)
Pre-Shave: None
Shaving Bowl: None
Soap: Monsavon (France)
Brush: AP Shave Co 24mm Tuxedo Blue Lagoon handle (Canada)
Aftershave: Di Barba Aluin (Italy)
Aftershave: Fresh era de cologne Hema (The Netherlands)
Aftershave: Adam’s After Shave Balm (Hungary)
EDT: None
 

Tjebbe

Well-Known Member
Oumo Tuxedo,
Stirling Hipster,
RazoRock game changer .68 on Stork consul handle,
Gillette Nacet (2),
Tunney alum,
Stirling Hipster post shave.

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Still is a nice shaver, but not as efficient as my normal goto Game Changer, the .84.
For the head I switched to the OC .84, hoping it would clog a little less, but even the open comb clogs ...

Enjoy your Sunday!
 

The King

Well-Known Member
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Pre-Shave: Proraso green
Shaving Soap / Cream: Meissner Gentle Menthol

Aftershave: Proraso green
Aftershave Balm: Prep

Shaving Brush: Edwin & Jagger XL Syntheet

DE-Razor: Wolfman Titanium TI 22 0,74 / Stork Titanium Aristrocat
DE-Blade: Gillette Permasharp stainless 1x
 

Tjebbe

Well-Known Member
RazoRock 400,
Razor Master Santtu,
Paradigm 17-4,
Gillette Nacet (3),
Tunney alum,
Axe Dark Temptation.

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Smooth!
Another week of homeschooling, hope he, my son, won't be bored ...Nah, we'll manage!
'Keep your distance, don't die': Arjan Lubach
 

UnShaven

Well-Known Member
Razor: Rex Ambassador (USA)
Blade: Hema (Netherlands)
Pre-Shave: None
Shaving Bowl: None
Soap: Monsavon (France)
Brush: AP Shave Co 24mm Tuxedo Blue Lagoon handle (Canada)
Aftershave: Di Barba Aluin (Italy)
Aftershave: Williams Aqua Velva (UK)
Aftershave: Adam’s After Shave Balm (Hungary)
EDT: None
 

ehv

Well-Known Member
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M-keramiek
Yaqi timberwolf
La maison du Barbier shaving cream
Mulcuto humpback + Lord ss #1
Vdh alum
Dickinsons witch hazel
La rive cash, isana ultrasensitive balsem

A short while ago there was a discussion about the Lord ss: the blue VS the green. I have both. This morning I used the blue. It was really good in combination with the mulcuto. Smooth as a dolphin with almost zero alum feedback.
 

Snuff

Well-Known Member
Well lets just say that hell will probably freeze over before I use a menthol soap, that gives you a idea on how much I love that razor. The shave was very very close , I even have some razor burn, something that I haven't had in years. You did say use a somewhat less sharp blade in this one but since I didn't have any of those in the house I used one of my everyday blades. Might be a great razor for some people but I don't like the plastic (that I already knew, none has ever been appealing to me) and the shave was not ok for me. Anyway you know where it is going.
 

efsk

Sky high and six thousand miles away
Moderator
Ride the cap Ron. That's what te humpback is for, correct angle automallically. Riding the comb is less pleasant.
 

Snuff

Well-Known Member
I read about that so I did ride the cap, no love.
 

efsk

Sky high and six thousand miles away
Moderator
Younever liked the Mulcuto either. Some folk just can't appreciate the good stuff when they hold it in their Hands. Sort of the same with certain Dutch folk and a certain Spanish shavingsoap.
 
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