Count me in on that. Regardless better judgment, a man sometimes chooses to draw a line... I personally never wear knee trousers. And I don't do pre-shave oils, nor pre-pre-shave-oil ointments, nor pre-pre-shave-oil-ointment lotions. Just a brush and soap. Occasionally a cream, if I'm in a frivolous mood.richmondesi said:My favorite preshave treatment is a quality soap or cream... works great!
OMG! one day I'll tell you guys about the time I tried my wife's Nair on my face!Bart said:Here's a great pre-shave product.
Just put it on, and you can shave with a dull razor. Very safe.
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Yes, but what happens if you add a few drops of this stuff in your lathering bowl.wdwrx said:OMG! one day I'll tell you guys about the time I tried my wife's Nair on my face!
It was bad!Gunner777 said:Nair---I gotta hear this--LOL!
My pleasure. May my hapless adventure serve as warning to anyone else foolish enough to consider making the same blunder. But save your sympathy... I am my own worst enemy at timesBart said:...
By the way, have you noticed that the picture of that "Magic" stuff says "formulated exculsively for black men"? How totally weird is that?
Thank you for that painful, yet hilarious story!
I second that, it's a wonderful product and very cheap !!tat2Ralfy said:Just about the only preshave product I have ever found any use is Proraso Crema Prebarba, it softens the stubble and oils the skin as they all claim too, and it smells divine, can be used as an effective aftershave balm, and costs very little, a jar lasts me almost a year of daily use.