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#4647494 - 06/04/24 03:05 PM How many wet shave?  
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Just wondering how many of you here wet shave, what do you use and why you do so?


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#4647518 - 06/04/24 06:41 PM Re: How many wet shave? [Re: RedOneAlpha]  
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I use moisturizer to shave with. Any inexpensive kind. Does good at shaving and also works well on my skin.

I use simple double blade razors.


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Until recently I pretty much just used disposable razors and Barbasol. Its all I've ever known. I've never used an electric shaver. It allowed for quick and fairly careless shaving. Just this year though I started using a safety razor for the very first time. I can't say that I really know what I'm doing yet but thus far I'm really enjoying it much better than the old way. I received a Vikings Blade safety razor, blades and Cremo shave cream for my birthday. I detect a noticeable improvement in lack of razor burn. I've had to learn to slow down as well as let the razor and its weight do the work. I've nicked myself a few times but no worse really than a disposable when being too fast and careless. A new safety razor blade on that flat straightaway on the sideburn, cheek and neck areas is just great. However I'm still having a heck of a time trying to figure out how to shave decently with the safety razor on the sides of the mouth, under the nose and on the chin. Its been a bit of pain in the but compared to a disposable to a degree but I suppose that over time I'll figure out a technique. I also still have a bit of an issue with getting a REALLY close shave. I'll go over it three times and I can still feel areas that feel rough when running the hand in reverse. My particular Vikings safety razor actually has a twisting knob that appears to change the angle of the top plate though only slightly even though it has something like seven settings with I seven being perhaps more of an exposed blade and opening? The razor top plate also has scalloped side and another that is smooth that If I'm understanding the instructions correctly is for more sensitive areas. I don't really understand it as it just seems like the same experience regardless of which side. Its still double-edged razor blade on either side so I'm not sure I get their meaning.

What I think I really need though to add to the kit is a real badger hair bristled brush. The only brush I have is a plastic and likely synthetic bristle brush that I have from my very first shaving kit which was a sort of throwback vintage Burma-Shave kit. It does the job for now but its loosing bristles and I think a quality badger hair brush is recommend to help really work the lather well and stimulate the skin's pores. I'd also like to try an alum block which I have never used. The only other thing that I can think of is that when I used to shave the old way I typically used a Walgreens brand skin bracer aftershave but even better was a Nivea aftershave lotion which I liked because my razor burn from the typical disposable razor method was always terrible. The Nivea lotion was great. I also like using just good old witch hazel as an aftershave.


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#4647520 - 06/04/24 06:50 PM Re: How many wet shave? [Re: RedOneAlpha]  
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I use the cheap disposable plastic razors that you can buy from the local supermarket and the cheap cans of shaving gel. Works good enough for me!


I tried an electric razor several years ago and instantly hated it.


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#4647522 - 06/04/24 06:54 PM Re: How many wet shave? [Re: RedOneAlpha]  
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I shave in the shower, mainly my head as I usually have at least a partial beard, so yes. wink


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#4647524 - 06/04/24 07:03 PM Re: How many wet shave? [Re: RedOneAlpha]  
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We did a thread on this Subject some while back, but here’s my update:

During the past two winters I have spent a lot of time in indoor swimming pool, spa and sauna facilities. Here in cold Scandinavia, we especially appreciate the warm sauna.

Anyway, I have been there so often, usually 3 days every week, that I have taken to doing my shaving there as well. A shave stick (they last a long, long time) like palmolive or recently Arko, and an inexpensive brush and DE razor and I feel like a King after having had sauna, a 2 or 3 km swim, another sauna and then the shave. The other guests have named me the King of the Sauna as I outlast them all in there.

Back home I keep the good stuff; Proraso, Antigua de Barberia Alvarez Gomez, Merkur and Mühle razors as well as some badgers.

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#4647525 - 06/04/24 07:12 PM Re: How many wet shave? [Re: RedOneAlpha]  
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McGonigle’s GQ rating is much higher than mine. biggrin


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#4647526 - 06/04/24 07:18 PM Re: How many wet shave? [Re: Coot]  
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Originally Posted by Coot
Until recently I pretty much just used disposable razors and Barbasol. Its all I've ever known. I've never used an electric shaver. It allowed for quick and fairly careless shaving. Just this year though I started using a safety razor for the very first time. I can't say that I really know what I'm doing yet but thus far I'm really enjoying it much better than the old way. I received a Vikings Blade safety razor, blades and Cremo shave cream for my birthday. I detect a noticeable improvement in lack of razor burn. I've had to learn to slow down as well as let the razor and its weight do the work. I've nicked myself a few times but no worse really than a disposable when being too fast and careless. A new safety razor blade on that flat straightaway on the sideburn, cheek and neck areas is just great. However I'm still having a heck of a time trying to figure out how to shave decently with the safety razor on the sides of the mouth, under the nose and on the chin. Its been a bit of pain in the but compared to a disposable to a degree but I suppose that over time I'll figure out a technique. I also still have a bit of an issue with getting a REALLY close shave. I'll go over it three times and I can still feel areas that feel rough when running the hand in reverse. My particular Vikings safety razor actually has a twisting knob that appears to change the angle of the top plate though only slightly even though it has something like seven settings with I seven being perhaps more of an exposed blade and opening? The razor top plate also has scalloped side and another that is smooth that If I'm understanding the instructions correctly is for more sensitive areas. I don't really understand it as it just seems like the same experience regardless of which side. Its still double-edged razor blade on either side so I'm not sure I get their meaning.

What I think I really need though to add to the kit is a real badger hair bristled brush. The only brush I have is a plastic and likely synthetic bristle brush that I have from my very first shaving kit which was a sort of throwback vintage Burma-Shave kit. It does the job for now but its loosing bristles and I think a quality badger hair brush is recommend to help really work the lather well and stimulate the skin's pores. I'd also like to try an alum block which I have never used. The only other thing that I can think of is that when I used to shave the old way I typically used a Walgreens brand skin bracer aftershave but even better was a Nivea aftershave lotion which I liked because my razor burn from the typical disposable razor method was always terrible. The Nivea lotion was great. I also like using just good old witch hazel as an aftershave.



Are you yet familiar with the terms with the grain, across the grain and against the grain?

The twising knob let’s you change the settings which vary the distance between the top plate of the razor and the blade. The bigger the distance the more agressive the shave.

The scalloped side is what is referred to as open comb. It is a means for removing a lot of stubble in a few strokes, i.e. A more agressive shave.

The other side is for finer work and around sensitive areas like around the mouth and on the upper lip. On tricky areas like around the mouth an on the upper lip you can use a technique called buffing.

The alum block is a must to stop bleeding from any cuts and will disinfect as well.

there are lot’s of chanels on YouTube illustration shaving tips, tricks and technique.


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#4647533 - 06/04/24 08:27 PM Re: How many wet shave? [Re: RedOneAlpha]  
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Oh, I was worried for awhile! Though I was the only guy here who goes the classic route!

Reasons why I went back to wet shave...

- Aerosols, what can I say that we don´t already know. But our planet needs more care then ever, you get the Idea.

- Disposables, or you´re super duper twin blade with a strip of aloe vera or whatever they decide Is trending now. Again, more junk to dispose and harm to our planet.

- Price! Very Important since we have become milking cows biggrin

- Pleasure. It has now become a pleasure, or ritual to shave, once you now what you´re doing. As when I prepare my expresso grind and coffee every day.

- Better shave and healthier.

What I use...

- Muhle R89 Safety Razor. Not the cheapest, but not the most expensive either. Great for everyday use, mild to medium roughness. Good quality.

- Astra blades, the green box. They are Russian made but good, sharp, and cheap, 100 will cost about 10 bucks. Can get about three shave's out of each blade, not so harsh on the planet. Will try different blades as It´s something cheap, so one day you might use Wilkinson, or Sharp, or Derby, Maxwell or whatever.

- Proraso brush. Don´t know the model, I think they only make one. It uses hog bristles so It´s a bit more stiff then other bristles but better for lathering of you´re soap. Not expensive and great for beginners. Again, no need for synthetics on my face or planet. It will cost you the same as a synthetic. There are better brushes out there, and of course more expensive.

- Proraso pre-shave cream. Gets you´re beard ready for the shave, great for sensitive skin and not expensive.

- Proraso shaving cream. The green tube, or white. Great lather cream and not expensive. This and the pre-shave cream Is the key to a good shave, along with a good lather.

- Proraso after-shave balsam. Again, good stuff and not expensive.

- Le Birichine hand made ceramic shaving bowl for lathering of cream/soap.

Personally I like the Proraso products when It comes to cream and skin care. A good cream Is key for a good shave and makes a world difference.

You do need a bit more time to shave when wet shaving, but once you find the trick to It, or make you´re own methodology of the process It doesn't take that long. Just don´t rush It or wake up earlier, or you´ll hurt you´re self. The end result Is more satisfying and even therapeutic. It´s also healthier and better for our planet. Like with my expresso, both rituals help me start my day In a better mood. wink


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#4647550 - 06/04/24 10:30 PM Re: How many wet shave? [Re: RedOneAlpha]  
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Currently Harry's blades and gel as I find I get a good shave.

I was using a safety razor and Proraso cream for a while as I was suffering with razor burn and was trying different shaving methods. I discovered if I moisturised regularly the redness was kept to a minimum.

I'd love to shave my head instead of using the clippers but it seems a lot of hassle.


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#4647554 - 06/04/24 10:48 PM Re: How many wet shave? [Re: RedOneAlpha]  
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Maybe you are not tilting the blade head to the right angle, and applying to much pressure. Those alum sticks work great too to reduce the redness and cuts...

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Hope this helps Chucky...



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#4647560 - 06/05/24 03:58 AM Re: How many wet shave? [Re: RedOneAlpha]  
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I'm familiar with those grain terms McGonigle but I certainly need to watch more tutorial videos. RedOne's face mapping and other shave videos look very helpful.


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#4647564 - 06/05/24 10:05 AM Re: How many wet shave? [Re: RedOneAlpha]  
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I usually use the Face Shaver on my whole head and face (I'm clean bald). Every day -- or every other day if I'm not going out in public.

Secondarily, I use the Razor on my whole head and face -- if I want a very-close, near perfect shave. Roughly once a week and special occasions.

If I've let the hair get too long (a few days), I use the whole head shaver on my whole head and face.

All do a good job. I've tried different brands and settled on these to get the results I want.

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Having done both, I much prefer wet shaving. Good old Barbasol and two or three blade disposables.


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Ok this one Is for the shiny rooftops...



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Originally Posted by RedOneAlpha
Ok this one Is for the shiny rooftops...



For SimHQ I'd say that's most of us. biggrin

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#4647588 - 06/05/24 06:05 PM Re: How many wet shave? [Re: PanzerMeyer]  
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Originally Posted by PanzerMeyer
Originally Posted by RedOneAlpha
Ok this one Is for the shiny rooftops...



For SimHQ I'd say that's most of us. biggrin


Ok, that´s just great! Glad that most here can get something out of It. Mind you my rooftop Is NOT what It use to be, some tiles have fallen off and showing a landing pad now hahaha

So It wont be long till graduation here. We can then through a party and play some 3-Cushion Billiard biggrin

Here´s another gentleman that knows his stuff...



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I use a Merkur Mk34 and Feather blades currently, along with Cremo shaving cream. Only on my face though. For my head, I use a disposable. I find the pivoting head much easier to use on the scalp.


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