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Everything You Need to Know About Double Edge Safety Razors

With the countless razors and blades available for shaving, one stands out because it’s easy to use and provides the cleanest shaves: the doubleedge safety razor. It’s one of the most popular wet shaving razors for a reason. Besides the flawless finish it provides, double edge razors help prevent blemishes, ingrown hairs, and bumps that you’ll normally get with a disposable razor. We’re here to provide a detailed rundown of this classic wet shaving tool. Why is it Called Double Edge?             This safety razor has its name because of the nature of its blade. The blade as you may suspect has two edges. When one edge becomes dull after continuous use, you can then use the other edge of...

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The Wet Shaving Tools You’ll Need

Those who are new to wet shaving often feel overwhelmed by the number of items they’ll need or the variety of brands to choose from. That shouldn’t stop you from trying out wet shaving. That’s why we’ve broken it down to the necessary tools you’ll need to get started. The Necessary Tools Razors Arguably the most important part of wet shaving is the razor you’ll use. There are two kinds of razors: safety razors and straight razors. Safety razors are more popular given how easy it is to use. Since these razors come with a safety edge that help prevent painful cuts, this is also the best choice for beginners. Alternatively, you’ll find experienced barbers and professionals using a straight...

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The Essential Step by Step Guide to Wet Shaving

If you’ve just discovered wet shaving and are eager to give it a try, we completely understand. This traditional shaving technique gives you a soft and perfect clean shave that is difficult to achieve with disposable shaving razors. Here’s a beginner’s guide to the art of wet shaving. Step by Step Guide Soften Hair Follicles In order to reduce skin irritation you first need to apply a warm towel to your face or take a hot shower. This will soften your skin and hair follicles so that it’s easier for the blade to glide across the skin.  Soap Lathering Put your shaving soap/cream and a small amount of water in a bowl. Then, use your shaving brush to stir the...

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