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Anyone used pic related? How's it so far?
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>>>/fit/
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>>51418403
Parker 99R, btw.
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Posting my set up. It's been about 2 months since I switch to safety razors from cartridges.
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>>51418403
I bought one of these.
My daughter found the razors and thought it'd be cool to cut herself.
So I beat her silly to see if she found that funny.
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using a mid range DE and brush from maggard razors (the owners are chill and canadian), and proraso soap.

feather blades are nice, but the astra's come even cheaper and in a 100 pack on amazon.

soap feels delicious on my face, i get less razor burn and acne, and I don't have to deal with clogged blades.

never using cartridges again for my face. I even shave my pubes with the DE. Only time I use cartridges are for my balls with LOTS of shaving soap.

straight edge razors seem cool (& edgy), but I'll save that for when I have more free time
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>>51418613
le edge XD!!!!1
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>>51418629
I literally dry shave my balls with a cartridge. it works so well.

Any ways, been using a merkur 34c? and that sandalwood soap in the tan container for about 6-8 months. Not even 1/4 a way through the soap it lasts way longer than expected.

Also I used to shave after my shower, but when I wouldn't rinse the soap off good enough after shaving, my neck would break out like crazy. So be sure to really rinse that shit off, now that i shower after i shave no soap gets left behind and my neck as been good ever since.

shaving with a DE razor 11/10
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I use this, please no bully.
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>>51421079
whatever works mate!
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I actually use this https://www.harrys.com/products/the-truman-set?h_id=131&h_position=0&h_list=featured-products
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this is the only one I use

works terribly
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>>51421459
are you poor?
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>shaving with anything other than feather
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>>51418403

I used a Merkur....something for about 2 years there. It was fine and maybe even a nice experience to spend the time shaving properly.

That said I dropped it once and the head exploded off of the ..Stalk?. So now I'm just using an electric shaver. Holy shit that convenience is so good.
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>>51418403
got a merkur 34c, some TOBS lavender soap, and a variety pack of 100 blades (5 or 6 different brands) off scamazon for $20. so far, my favorite blades are the astra platinums; sharp enough for a really good shave, but not as irritating as feathers. i remember not being too impressed with the sharks, but so far everything i've tried is better than any gillette razor blade.

i can honestly say that i never want to go back to multiblade cartridges again. those things would give me horrible razor burn, especially on my neck (naturally, where my thickest beard growth is). now, without 5 blades scraping away at my face, even 4 pass shaves with a good sharp astra and some decent smelling soap give me a better shave with less irritation
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>>51420984
:3
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>>51421568
>muh grorious Nippon steel
Way too sharp
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>>51421568
>Out of feathers
>Waiting for a 100 pack in the mail
Life is suffering
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Can anyone link me a cheap starting kit from ebay ?
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I have very thick and dense hair
What razor and handle should I go with?
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I use Harry's Blades. Lasts really long, gets shit done. Cheap to. Kit sets range about 15-20 dollars.
Using certain codes can drop the entire thing by 5 bucks too.
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>>51421829
>waiting till you're out
1st mistake son
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>>51421864
I've been out for months and trying new shit. :^(
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>>51421565
If he was poor he'd get a DE.
He's either stupid or masochistic.
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>>51421885
truuuuuu nigga t.bh f.am
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>>51418403
It's great I use cocnut oil before I shave and shaves close enough I'm good for two days
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>>51421897
I was retarded one time and ate a bunch of the coconut oil had the worst fucking diarrhea of my life so now I'm triggered when I hear about coconut oil
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I use a Merkur 180 Long with Feathers on my face and head.

Shit's great, but I need a better brush,
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search ebay idiot
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>>51421829
I use the green Proraso soap, but I've never seen the red.
What is it?
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>>51422187
Sandalwood and shea butter
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How gay can you people get?
You cry about the mouth fedora people but you poast razors.
Where is the juicer thread?
Juicers are technology.
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>>51421953
U sure it was coconut oil and not cocknut oil?
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>>51422246
What the fuck is a mouth fedora?
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>>51418403
Don't care about the razor but more about the the blade. I have used this >>51421079 for 4 years or some shit like that, with Gillette Silver Blue DE blade (they are just the best blade I've used in my life).
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>>51422263
Newfag
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pic related. It's an old one after my dad.
Twice older than me, in good hands still doing the job perfectly.
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>Shaving with a safety razor.
You have to be like pic related,
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I only use razors that shoot lasers tbqh.
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>>51422442
Some people just like the traditional/retro style.
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I got a free Wilkinson razor when I had to do a few mandatory tests to check if I'm able to join the military a while ago.
It's nothing special but it works I guess.
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>>51418599
Holy fuck the autism behind this must be off the charts
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You faggots don't know how it feels to grow a beard and keep it in shape with an electronic beard trimmer. And for downstairs a body hair trimmer. Dry shaving armpits (yes with fucking cartridges) is a must though, those motherfuckers are nasty.
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>>51422491
Lel do they want to know if you can shave your beard without getting ptsd?
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where do you buy your feather blades?
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>>51418403

How the fuck is shaving considered technology?

Anyway since you've asked, pic related is my favourite, because they're cheap and they work about fifty billion times better than any other razor I've used, they stay sharp for quite a while and I hardly ever cut myself with them.
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They're great. The only issue is you have to take your time, and sometimes I'm in a hurry so I just use cartridge razors when that happens.

But safety razors are still GOAT. Have yet to try straight-edge.
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mfw I have bought pic related and I hate it more than feminism
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>>51422711
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Technology
Technology ("science of craft", from Greek τέχνη, techne, "art, skill, cunning of hand"; and -λογία, -logia[3]) is the collection of techniques, skills, methods and processes used in the production of goods or services or in the accomplishment of objectives, such as scientific investigation.


"Technology" is not a term that means "electrically driven."
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I've used some stainless stubby razor that I bought off Amazon with feather blades and a cheap plastic handle lather brush with some fancy sandalwood soap that I also got off Amazon for like 4-5 years and I have no regrets

I've noticed on vacations and etc that if I shave with canned foam or electric razors my complexion gets a lot worse, I'm guessing the brush is good for your pores or something
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>>51422463
because, apparently early 20th century was the epitome of technology.

Way to cherry pick what's "classic". Hipster faggot
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Have a very old Gillette Tech from the 1940's from my grandfather. Pretty amazing with some of the current blades.

Would like to remove some old razor bumps that resulted from my cartridge razor though.
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I use a DE but usually with canned foam since soap + brush seems to be a waste of time
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>>51422906
Soap dries my skin out. I prefer can cream after a shower.
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>>51422906
Try this
>buy derby super stainless blades
>Shave using canned cream
>Experience pain and suffering

And then when you have a beard again (in your case about 7-8 weeks)
>shave using a proper brush and soap/cream
>dont bleed to death cuz the better lathe compensates for the derby's horrible lack of sharpness.
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Do soaps make much of a difference? I only ever grow a super shaggy-like beard so its not like I have much facial hair to deal with. I just have really thick hairs that are a bitch to get, and I never get a "smooth" shave ever.after every shavs, I'll run my had over my cheek and get that scrapy sandpaper feel of the fine haies that are too small to see but definitely poking out.

I had cheap ass barbosol with aloe, though.
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>>51421829

Those blades are far from shitty. In fact, is the one in front of the Aqua Velva Voskhod? If so, those are godlike.
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>>51423128
are you talking about soap or the cream with a brush?
I confus.
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>>51418403
Merkur long handle, personna blades, wool fat soap.
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I don't know a whole lot about shaving soaps, creams and such. But, how do they compare to the store can cream like Barbasol?
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>Use an Edwin jagger Ivory
>Head swivels off to replace blade
>Head gets stuck on the handle after a few months
>Try really hard to unscrew
>Plastic handle snaps

Never again. Fuck this brand. I thought the plastic was just wrapped around a solid metal core, not literally hollowed plastic with metal tips.
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>>51422711
Go away maple leaf
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I had a few problems with cartridge razors and can foam, namely that the foam would dry up, I'd cut myself something fierce on acne spots, and I'd get awful razor burn

switched to a safety razor with a proper brush but using tube foam, I still cut myself occasionally (it's very small painless cuts that don't take any skin off like cartridge razors will) but I get zero razor burn, and if I'm careful or are using slightly dull blades I don't cut myself

at £0.10 per blade (or <£0.05 in bulk) with 1-4~ shaves per blade, you can literally have 2-8 years worth of blades for the cost of cartridges that last maybe 6 months
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>>51423156
Cream (sold in tubes n shit) and shaving soap Instead of shaving cream comming out of an aerosol
Bot are substantially better on tough to shave areas mainly chin and neck

I'm never going back to derby blades because they are a PITA to shave with (believed to be the dullest blade you can buy)
But when used with a brush and soap ,at least its tolerable.
Canned cream made the blades tug and cut shit that it shouldnt,mainly muh skin.
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>>51423133
I know they're not shitty, but I don't have the time to test each pack long enough to remember which ones are good or bad, and so far what I do know for sure is that feathers are GOAT and that some of my astras have dents/nicks in them, making them scrape my face to death.
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>>51423253
I literally use anti-seize on my razor to prevent that
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>tfw fucked around with DE blades for years
>tfw it's still easier to get a clean shave with pic related

Fuck overcomplicating it, a rotary shaver gets you presentable in two minutes without any bullshit.
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>>51423423
>Easier to get a clean shave
>Can't even cleanly shave
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time management bitches.

also have trimmer for beard, shaver is just to prevent neckbeardage.
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>>51423460
>51423460
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>>51423452
>arguing minutae of shaving
>how does a neckbeard get this into shaving
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I hate these threads.
I started off with a $10 feather popular and now I have a fucking mug with a sandalwood soap puck and that hipster foam brush.

I don't even notice the difference from barbasol foam, but it takes so much longer.
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Looking at some videos, how come everyone uses a badger hair brush and tube cream or shave soap?
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>>51423558
for the same reason everyone uses DE blades and grandpa 3-piece metal razors they probably bought used off ebay

because cartridge razors are too mainstream
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>>51423460
>>51423487
>wha...
>ohhhh
I haven't laughed like this in a long time. Thanks.
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>>51423487
>>51423423
rotary shavers do extreme damage to my face every time i try to use them
it's amazing how your facial hair will adjust to a specific shaving method over time

foil only for me
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>>51423596
I'm the opposite, foil fucks my shit up, rotary only for me
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>>51423558
I just use gel.
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>not getting laser hair removal
Why don’t you use real technology?
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>>51423674
because not everyone here is a tranny
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Is it a bad idea to use de razors on your legs?
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>>51423674
I've thought about it, but then I wouldn't have a need to shave anymore. I kinda like it.
>>51423679
>It's ok, In a skirt I'm a girl.
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>>51423699
Nah, just take it slow and steady and with some sharp blades like Treet, Gillette Laser, or something. I've only used those so far. Haven't tried Feather.
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>>51423699
back in the olden days women's razors were functionally identical to razors marketed to men.
you'll be fine
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>>51422711
I have to admit that it looks cool.

>>51423129
If you get razer burns you might as well use oil.
If you get the ingrowns from hair hitting dandruff flakes: soap is nice.
If you get ingrowns for other reason, eh. Who the fuck knows
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>>51423336
Nearly cut my mole clean off with some Derby's last night.
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>>51423699
No. If you have a steady hand and good blades it's not a problem. Granted, I find shaving my legs to be easier than my face.
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>>51421842
Me 2
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should I get Feather blades or Personna blades? Personna are cheaper
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Where to order feather blades from EU?
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>>51423219

I used to flip-flop between Arko shave sticks and Barbasol (the yellow can, to be exact). While I like Arko, I feel like using good ol' Barbasol is much MUCH cheaper in the long run, and results in shaves taking less time.
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>>51421459
I use those they work fine and are cheap as fuck,Better the Gillette disposables too
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I've been using the same Gilette Mach 3 for close to 15 years now. I just change the blade when it gets blunt.
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>>51423545

This is why I went back to Barbasol (or any decent shaving cream). Stick loves using my DE though.
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>>51418403
I have my fathers razor which was bought for him by my grandfather to stop my father using his (LoL), the chrome has worn off and the brass is showing through, it still works good and I'll use it every now and then for no particular reason.
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A 4 pack of Mach 3 blades lasts me 2 years.
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Genuine?

http://www.aliexpress.com/item/100pcs-FEATHER-Platinum-Stainless-Double-Edge-Razor-Blades/32437010946.html?ws_ab_test=searchweb201556_1_79_78_77_80,searchweb201644_5,searchweb201560_9

I'm ordering from Hungary, I don't have lot's of options. This looks the best deal so far for feathers.
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>>51425798
that's like $2 cheaper than the price on amazon

take that as you will
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>>51425843
Well, that's not ridiculously cheaper. But yeah, I can't really decide. However I would be really surprised if it turned out that they sell fake feather blades. It's a niche market.
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Dude, buy a safety razor faggots. You buy one once. The blades are like 30 for 5, which will last longer than your shitty schekle quatro. Which costs like 15 bucks for 3 razors which last like 2 good shaves. Throwaway razors, shooting yourself in the foot.
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I picked one up on amazon along with 100 blades and I'm still on my first blades.

Granted, I only shave maybe once a week, but compared to the shitty disposable razors, for $20 altogether, this set is going to last me more than a decade.

Great shave too, but you'll need a shave cream or you'll just rub yourself raw.
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I've been using a long handled merkur for about 2 years.

It's a great razor.

I used feather blades for awhile but decided to go with Astra blades instead and I prefer them over the feathers. The feather does almost too good of a job if that makes sense, it cuts me and has a lot of razor burn in comparison to the cheaper Astra.

I have found absolutely no difference between shaving creams and I've used probably five different high end types. Honestly, the sensitive skin barbasol does a great job for a low price.

Do yourself a favor and get a good razor, but there's really no need to pay out the ass for a lot of the accessories. I couldn't believe that my brother spent over a hundred bucks at the art of shaving store for stuff that is mediocre.
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I have been shaving with sorbelene cream designed for babys asses lately, works better than anything else I have tried
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>>51426270
I use the sensitive skin barbasol as well. It's good. I bought a sample pack of 30 razors to try them out. The Treet and Gillette Laser are pretty good and don't hurt. I may try Astra or Feather.
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I have never noticed a difference between different shaving creams/gels/soaps. I spent what I would consider too much money the first year I was shaving with my safety razor on this crap. Proraso, that sandalwood crap, and some cream that only lasted like a month. It was all the same. I ditched that crap and the brush and now I just use barbasol which works just as well.

It's all about the blades. Feathers are vastly overrated and strange blades. They are thicker than most other blades and actually too sharp. They are not sharp enough, however, to be able to apply no pressure and still get a good shave, which is bad because the second you apply too much pressure you get razor burn. The feathers price is jacked up as a result of their meaningless popularity and not worth it.

I switched to astras for price alone and found out its way better than feather. The blades are a little thinner and slightly less sharp but that means you can apply varying amounts of pressure with no razor burn. I switch mind out every week just for good measure and because they're so cheap.

I have thick facial hair and really sensitive skin, a bad combo. I'm sure some people can get away with using feathers but I still don't think they're worth it.
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>>51426440
I used some different Gillette blades in a sample pack I got. They were good but they didn't last long.
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>>51426492
Yeah, not many of them do. I think 4 shaves is good enough with a stubble.
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Whenever these threads pop-up:

Buy a good electric razor.

/thread

I sold my little double-saftey blade shaving kit when I realized I was being an idiot and wasting time.

This isn't like mech keyboards or fountain pens or whatever le hipster circle jerks.

Shaving takes time. Shaving is an inconvenience. It's not something you elect to do.

Thus it should be as simple and quick as possible.

A good electric razor needs no cream/lather, makes no mess, zero chance to cut yourself, gets a smooth shave, and is fast.

Last years, and you can buy new heads anyways.

The organic hipster le straight shave is just more consumer bullshit.

Buy muh organic $30 bar of soap. Muh unicorn hair brush. Buy muh ebonite handled razor. etc

And it takes so much time and need to be careful.
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>>51426579
The badger hair brush and accessories I haven't bought yet. An electric razor is fucking expensive.

I just use Barbasol and my safety with warm shower water.
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>>51426579
Some people prefer having no facial hair and a clean shaven face.
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Dunno what razor I have, my dad gave it to me along with a bunch of different blades and shit.
I use feather blades cause Bella sharp, badger brush cause it feels great, and a tub of proraso or whatever.
10\10 never going back 20 blade monstrosities. My beard is thick and coarse as fuck and the safety razor handles it so much better, disposable multi blade razors get clogged and cut my face up.
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>>51421846
I'd go with feather. They're the sharpest, and for coarse hair sharper is better. Ignored all the fags saying
>hurrrr too sharp
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>>51421842
>>51425445
Looks like leddit's write-up is almost the same as what you'd find on /g/
https://www.reddit.com/r/wicked_edge/wiki/de_kit
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>>51418613
Top kek
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>>51426461
Feathers are more expensive because they're made in a country with a higher standard of living, and thus, higher wages, resulting in a more expensive product.
Their quality control is excellent tho.
Notice how made in USA personnas cost even more than feathers.

I bought some astras once and while they are considerably cheaper, I've gotten some duds that weren't quite as sharp as the rest.
It's really not worth cheaping out on shit like blades when the price difference is only like 20 cents per blade.
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I gave safety razors a thoroughly honest shot. Got myself two really nice razors, a bunch of different blades and some nice brushes and soaps. I wound up settling on using feathers with a merkur razor, proraso and a boar bristle brush. Problems I had included some pretty bad gashes from shaving. I have lots of little contours on my face and no matter how carefully I shaved, I eventually would wind up gashing myself. I like to shave the hairs just inside my nostrils, couldn't do this with a safety razor or I'd cut my nose off. And on that note, I badly nicked my nose several times. I found myself throwing my razor blade away after three shaves, any longer than that and I was afraid of the drag on the blade. With a disposable cartridge I can shave worry free for months. So the cost difference wound up being negligible. It was also just a lot easier and less nerve wracking shaving with a cartridge.

Lastly and most importantly, the quality of shave different just wasn't there for me. I didn't feel like I was reaping any of the benefits. The razor felt cool, the blades were appreciably sharp, the brush and soap felt amazing but in the end, a quick can and cartridge shave got me 99% of the same shave with no issues. So that was the end of my safety razor cutting edge technology experiment.
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>>51418403

I just did for the first time last night, still no stuble. Doesnt have to be much different than usual, I used canned foam and shaved as usual just had to mind the pressure and grip a bit more.
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>>51428130
I never had a problem with astra blades but that's just me.
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>>51425455
feather are widely regarded as the sharpest blades you can get. if you are just starting out, get the personnas
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>shaving
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i gave up on disposable razors because they go dull in 2 days. i just use an electric.
gf complains but its better than paying $100 a year.
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waiting for pic related
how did I do guise?
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SUPER
IRIDIUM
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>>51428703
If you're cutting yourself then you're not doing it right.
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>>51423307

I'm British you dickfuck

>>51423873

It does doesn't it.
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>>51429940
No shit
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>>51429940
Doing it right is called not using a safety razor.
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>>51430205
dude i feel sorry for you man
your face must be covered in so many scars because your dad never taught you to shave correctly without pressing down on your face like a retard
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>>51430268
Who said anything about pressing down? Looks like you're jumping to conclusions, fat face.
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>>51428703

yeah, this is pretty much what I figured it would be like.

olde timey fags btfo 2bh
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>spening 20 minutes every time to shave to save like $50 a year because you think you are Don Draper or some shit
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>>51430847
I did learn some good habits from it as you're basically forced to or else you will cut our face off. This ironically made me a whole hell of a lot more efficient with my cartridge razor which ultimately caused me to drop safety razor altogether. It's worth trying for this reason alone.
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>>51430922
Don't you have some razor cartridges to go buy or something?
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The special snowflake syndrome is real in this thread.
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>>51418403
never buy butter fly style garbage
instead get bolt through
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>>51429974
I wish it didn't look so "standard" out of the box.
Even if the head still look sorta cool

>>51426461
There is a difference if your skin do not like the cream type.

>>51426579
Soap is a thing.
Just a fucking shame whatever is labeled skin sensitive will still be cheaper than niche produced soap, and will be the same.
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Merkur with Van Der Hagen soap and brush.
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>>51432966
I got all Van Der Hagen...
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Merkur 34C master race/basic bitch reporting in. Edwin Jagger silvertip Badger brush, Floris elite soap, Floris no 89 aftershave, Jack Black double duty moisturiser.
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I could never give up my 3 blade razor and Barbasol. You smell like america. Clean and fresh like a young republican.
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Merkur 39c & Feathers. Close for 1 pass and BBS for multi-pass.

Why use anything else?
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Is this a good price for Feathers?

http://www.ebay.com/itm/50-FEATHER-NEW-Hi-Stainless-Platinum-Coated-Double-Edge-Shaving-Razor-Blades-/231729847232?hash=item35f42cdbc0:g:rUgAAOSwI-BWJu6n
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Am I the only one in the universe that uses bic flex5 because they're cheap and high quality?
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