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Old August 3rd, 2018, 10:47 AM
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Re: Shaving - instruments, brands and habits

And with fusion i always do a straight shave and then an ulta shave.
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And with fusion i always do a straight shave and then an ulta shave.
Yeah, you usually go against the grain after the straight shave to get that smooth feel.
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Re: Shaving - instruments, brands and habits

You increasingly see the ads for traditional blades


The one above is $17 in Amazon.
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And with fusion i always do a straight shave and then an ulta shave.
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Yeah, you usually go against the grain after the straight shave to get that smooth feel.


Been doing since 18, And now I a can not grow beard or muchh be cause they grow straight like grass.
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Been doing since 18, And now I a can not grow beard or muchh be cause they grow straight like grass.
Why you wanna grow a beard and look like Modi (safed dadhi) or Amit Shah (kaali dadhi).
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You increasingly see the ads for traditional blades


The one above is $17 in Amazon.
Iíve used this, but you canít carry this on flights. Thatís the problem.
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Iíve used this, but you canít carry this on flights. Thatís the problem.
How is it for use at home?
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Old August 6th, 2018, 09:39 AM
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How is it for use at home?
It's pretty good. The razor has a heavy feel... very macho feeling. You get a clean shave. You can also use it for public hair purposes. But you may want to get the bush out with a trimmer first and then use this for a smooth, baby finish.
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It's pretty good. The razor has a heavy feel... very macho feeling. You get a clean shave. You can also use it for public hair purposes. But you may want to get the bush out with a trimmer first and then use this for a smooth, baby finish.
Good info . One more q. How does it compare with Topaz or other Indian Blades?
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It's pretty good. The razor has a heavy feel... very macho feeling. You get a clean shave. You can also use it for public hair purposes. But you may want to get the bush out with a trimmer first and then use this for a smooth, baby finish.

You are a brave man ...... Using razor on pubic hair.......
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I started getting all shaving ads anytime I browse internet
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Why you wanna grow a beard and look like Modi (safed dadhi) or Amit Shah (kaali dadhi).
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Good info . One more q. How does it compare with Topaz or other Indian Blades?
It is very sharp, but overall very good shape. I don't remember my experience with topaz... i was young.
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You increasingly see the ads for traditional blades


The one above is $17 in Amazon.
I remember there used to be another blade brand called Erasmic. I think they also manufactured shaving soap rounds and hair brushes .
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