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    Hello Gents,

    I thought I would start a discussion on shaving. A subject that is rarely spoken about yet we all do it.

    when i first start shaving, i have always used a safety shaver , mainly because that is what my dad used and passed it down onto me

    have tried using a cartridge shavers but found that they seemed to pull on my stubble before cutting which was quite irritating



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    Cartridge... but none of this 5 or 6 blade crap... Just an old Gillette 2 blade thing they will probably stop making cartridges for some time soon...

    Like the look of the safety shaver though.. Are they easy to source blades for?


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    Electric shaver to trim the long bits, then Mach 3 to really get all them pubes off. The key is to use shit loads of cream to prevent jock itch later.
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    i only shave twice a week, but use cartidge razor, recently got onto the razors at aldi and i was sceptical at first but they are actually qukte good and a fractiin of the cost of Gillette or Schick....
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    I use the (I think) Gilette Mach 3, it's the one with a battery in the handle where the blades oscillate.
    At first I thought it was a bit of a gimmick, but could never go back to normal shavers, they sorta rub the hair off rather than cut it.
    This thing actually works.
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    good wash in shower

    warm water on face

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    on recommendation of my barber.. heaps better than watery foam crap and the overpriced $15 tubs

    DE razor - pass over twice

    rinse with cold water

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    Can't beat a good cut throat razor shave, but I use the Schick five bladed one.. Would like to get a decent electric one though

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    Gilette Mach 3. You can buy blades online in bulk for $1.50 each.

    Safety razors are too much fuss for me.


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    Timely. Thinking about buying a good electric wet/dry shaver. Any experience?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Fister Roboto View Post
    Timely. Thinking about buying a good electric wet/dry shaver. Any experience?
    Too much rubbing, skin gets irritated.
    Dumb Kunce


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