03-30-2012, 10:32 PM
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bad, bad shave.....lots of burn....and my ASB let me know about it!

so, after shaving with a multi-blade and gel from the time I was about 13 until 25, I wanted to give it a try to see how prepping my face and using a brush helped improve my results. I will say, prepping my face certainly helps, and especially now that I take shorter strokes and rinse my blade more often.

I think I'll stick to using the multi-blade to tidy up my sideburns and stick to my injector for the actual shaving part.... Smile

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 03-31-2012, 02:05 AM
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I had the same problem that you when I was trying to finish my multi-blade cartridges. Some burns.

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 04-02-2012, 06:36 PM
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Andrew, man are you courageous!!

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 04-03-2012, 03:06 AM
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(04-02-2012, 06:36 PM)celestino Wrote: Andrew, man are you courageous!!

lets just say that I won't be using it for a full shave any time soon. I'll stick to using it to trim up my sideburns. Smile

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 04-03-2012, 04:37 AM
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A while ago, I tried my old Sensor razor; it was fine, it just didn't have personality. I like holding a substantial piece of steel in my hand. One of the reasons I started traditional shaving was because of the effect that multi-bladed razors had on my face over time; razor bumps, red areas, etc. So I think I can get away with one 1-2x a week. That's why I signed up for that Dollar Shave Club, for when I am really pressed for time. I figured $3/mo is a good insurance policy. But nothing takes the place of a nice burly bulldog knurled steel razor in hand and nothing is better for my face than a single blade.

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