Discussion in 'Grooming and Style' started by Johnny, Jan 2, 2018.
An R41 and a sharp blade near your family making equipment...............Are you having a
There's method to the madness. You want open comb to ensure the clock springs don't clog up in the blade gap, and a sharp blade ensures you're not applying too much pressure
I wonder if there is a market for "Wickhams Winky Thatch Patch Shave Cream". MENTHOL
2011 version of course followed by a matching aftershave
Ah heck why not I'd do a video, but you know, "community standards" and all that
Wait, this is a community? And there are standards? No wonder I keep getting banned.
Well Johnny, I think it is safe to say. That, your question has been Handled with the usual maturity and sensitivity towards this delicate subject.
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As you have sensitive skin (who wouldn't) This hair removal cream is Aloe Vera - Ultra Sensitive and very recommended .
There are probably better forums to ask this question on, to gain a variety of solutions suitable to you:
Forums for sports like swimming, cycling, collegiate wrestling and body building.
Post #23 = mic drop.
Any tips on back shaving, gents? I normally get the council to do mine..but recently they've run out of hazmat suits.
Those ladies in the swimming baths are just going to have to stare (in lust and awe obviously )
Yes, if it’s below the neck it doesn’t need shaving unless you’re trying to look good in a dress.
For a surgery, years ago, I was lent by the nurses a vibrating (yes...) DE razor (battery powered) which did not require shaving cream or soap, it was plain dry shaving (pubis and scrotum); neither cuts nor pain and pretty efficient actually.
WHAT THE HELL IS WRONG WITH THESE PEOPLE?
I did it once, couldn't stop my sack from sticking to my leg...Not a nice experience I can tell you.
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