Feeling wrong for being clean shaven ATM, but needs must this week.
Normally trim it down to 'designer stubble' length - partly failing attempt at vanity, mainly I look 14 when clean shaven. Happy to leave it a month TBH, as it tends to grow quite neat, and stops in rather a neat line before it reaches my neck
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Try to avoid shaving as much as possible and I like my stubble look. Don't have a permanent razor, just use disposable Gillette Fusions which last about 3 shaves each for me.
Razors or bust. Can't stand electric. I've been using Gillette Fusion for some time now, waiting for something with 6 or 7 blades to come out though. Have to shave once a day at the very least, sometimes even at lunch.
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Just to check, we are talking about the face, right?
If anyone is in London, pop down to George F Trumper's in Mayfair and get a wet shave. Takes about 45 minutes to an hour and it's fantastic. They use the old cut throat razor and all. Brilliant.
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45 minutes?? I'd probably start dozing off and he'd lop my earlobe off by accident.
Nah it's fantastic. They put the proper stuff on to soften the whiskers, ask you whether you shave with or against the grain, do the hot towels on the face, use the razor then put the proper balms on afterwards to stop the skin rashing up then put on the after shave of your choice.
And it's all done in an old Victorian style barber's with the traditional chairs and all. It's great.
Yeah but if you cop a nick from the razor you end up with Hep C
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