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    Thumbs up Sun February 20th - Sat February 26th

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    Location: 36° 0'5"N - 115° 15' 21"W
    Razor: Revisor
    Brush: Simpson Chubby II
    Cream: GFT Rose
    Astringent: Thayers Witch Hazel
    Skin food: GFT Rose
    EDT: Habit Rouge Guerlain
    Summary: The month of February will be a short one with only 28 days on the calendar. We've definitely kicked off the month with a bang and looking at the past weeks we'll end with a blast. You guys rock big time! Every day I feel like a kid in a candy store
    Thanks to everyone for being there and making this our daily hide out.

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    Sunday morning.

    We got new snow at Friday and again it is very cold.
    But I got some flowers that signalize... spring should coming- soon!

    soap: Calani-Dubai
    brush: Muehle
    razor: Wade & Butcher (rescaled by Buddel)
    AS: Brut

    Have a nice day!


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    Default Sunday

    Pre: Hot shower
    Brush: Chubby 2
    Razor: Wacker
    Cream: Cyril R Salter Indian Sandalwood
    AS: Dr Harris Sandalwood
    Strops: Neil Miller
    Result: Very, very clean
    That´s how you should scrape the stubble off . Relaxing, easy and comfortable all the way . Lather in masses and warm, thanks to my new and fantastic SWK scuttle.

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    Default SOTD -- Sunday

    Good morning my Friends!

    PREP: Proraso Preshave Cream
    BRUSH: Shavemac D01 (24 mm) Extra Silver Tip 2 Band Version
    SOAP/CREAM: Amber Colonel Conk Glycerine Almond Shaving Soap
    STROP: Kanayama Cordovan #30000
    RAZOR: TOSUKE
    SHAVE: 2 passes, WTG / XTG
    AS: Alt-Innsbruck
    RESULT: Very comfortable shave
    (My new acquisitions: the Shavemac D01! Fantastic shaving brush, hard and soft at once. Shavemac, congratulations!)



    Have a nice Sunday!
    Life is like a cup of tea... it's all in how you make it...

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    Default Sunday

    Prep: Hot shower
    Brush: Martinez' custom: Chess King w/ 26mm silver tip badger
    Soap: Mama Bear's Ye Olde Barbershoppe
    Strop: Tony Miller Heirloom tri-strop (3x25)
    Razor: Moreton & Langley's razor 13/16
    ASB: Caswell-Massey Number Six
    soundtrack: Anne-Sophie Mutter: Beethoven

    Relaxing, unhurried BBS shave.
    Now, I'm ready for French toast with Canadian maple syrup, and a few mugs of coffee.
    Have a great week.


    "Cheap Tools Is Misplaced Economy. Always buy the best and highest grade of razors, hones and strops. Then you are prepared to do the best work."
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    Gentlemen:
    thanks a lot for sharing your shaves and for posting such great pictures!
    BRAVO to all of you!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maximilian View Post
    You guys rock big time! Every day I feel like a kid in a candy store
    Thanks to everyone for being there and making this our daily hide out.
    +1

    Location: Coffs Harbour Australia
    Strop: Illinois 835
    Soap: Proraso
    Razor: ERN Crown & Sword 6/8
    Astringent: Thayer's Witch Hazel
    A/S: David Craig Bay Rum
    I gave my new Coticule a spin this afternoon. First impression, it seems like a faster cutter but not quite as fine a finisher as my other coti. It gave my a nice sharp edge, and I'll take the C&S to the Thuringian tomorrow to finish it off.
    Result: A nice BBS after 3 passes.
    Some great posts already gentlemen, looking forward to more.
    Have a great week.
    Grant
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    "I aint like that no more...my wife, she cured me of drinking and wickedness"
    Clint Eastwood as William Munny in Unforgiven

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    Quote Originally Posted by Teiste View Post
    Gentlemen:
    thanks a lot for sharing your shaves and for posting such great pictures!
    BRAVO to all of you!
    Teiste,

    thanks for the permanent link to the Spanish-forum.
    Just now I joined it!

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    Prep : washed with hot water and rubbed in first Lather
    Razor: Kayser Ellison 6/8
    Strop: Rolfcowhide
    Brush: Frank shaving Fine badger
    Soap : Mama Bear_ Ye Olde Barbershoppe
    A.S : Jean Paul Gaultier_ Le Male
    music from the old vinyl player: The Cats_ The greatest hits.
    Result: A fine shave with the end result a BBS face and skull. :-)




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    Sunday

    iKon Deluxe Bulldog
    Ladas Super Stainless (Russian 1)
    Omega Boar
    TOBS Sandlewood Shave Soap
    Old Spice Original After Shave

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