• Blog Posts
  • Discussions (1)
  • Groups
  • Photos
  • Photo Albums
  • Videos

Jay Virdee's Discussions

Safety Razor Question...Help!

Started this discussion. Last reply by Niles Aug 1, 2013. 9 Replies

I had heard about this safety razor hype or rather common sense in going back to the old methods. So I read through the article on here and excitedly purchased a merkur classic, a badger brush, some…Continue

 

Jay Virdee's Page

Latest Activity

David F. replied to Jay Virdee's discussion Safety Razor Question...Help!
"On razor burn. One thing to know is that using the safety razor can be a bit hard on the skin.  I usually only do two passes daily.  If I'm out on a date or some special occasion I will do another 1 or 2 but I'll pay for it the…"
Aug 1, 2013
Christopher D replied to Jay Virdee's discussion Safety Razor Question...Help!
"The better your technique gets, the more effective your shaving will be. So don't give up yet. The skin around your chin is a little bit looser than elsewhere on your face so make sure you use your fingers to pull apart the skin making it…"
Jul 30, 2013
Jeremy Anderberg replied to Jay Virdee's discussion Safety Razor Question...Help!
"It could be a razor issue -- those Merkurs are just okay. This is where it's…"
Jul 29, 2013
Alan Andrews replied to Jay Virdee's discussion Safety Razor Question...Help!
"I still consider myself fairly new on the learning curve, since I just started with a safety razor 2 weeks ago.  The chin gives me a bit of a challenge, but it doesn't sound like to the extent that you're having.  The only…"
Jul 29, 2013
Jay Virdee posted a discussion

Safety Razor Question...Help!

I had heard about this safety razor hype or rather common sense in going back to the old methods. So I read through the article on here and excitedly purchased a merkur classic, a badger brush, some proraso and some merkur blades in the hope it would get me started in having pain free shaves. First shave-I followed the tutorial on youtube from this website on how to get the technique down. I lathered up, apply generously across my whole face and proceeded to carefully wield my weapon cutting…See More
Jul 29, 2013
Jay Virdee is now a member of Art of Manliness
Jul 27, 2013

Comment Wall

You need to be a member of Art of Manliness to add comments!

Join Art of Manliness

  • No comments yet!
 
 
 

Latest Activity

Izzy joined Tyler Wainright's group
Thumbnail

Manly Dads

This group is for men out there who have children and are looking for a better way to balance manhood with fatherhood
4 minutes ago
Michael D. Denny replied to Brandon's discussion Admiring aspects of times of oppression
"and so there is a good argument to be made that the differences in sentences were motivated by racial animus, rather than a desire to punish trafficking in more dangerous substances more severely. My instincts would be that the differences in…"
5 minutes ago
Izzy joined JonEdanger's group
Thumbnail

Wet Shaving (No Spam!)

A group to discuss anything and everything concerning straight, SE or DE razor shaving.Spam will not be tolerated. Any member who spams the group will be uninvited.See More
13 minutes ago
Adam Parker joined Todd Serveto's group
Thumbnail

Growing in Manliness

Men who want to grow in masculinity, develop stronger manly traits, and be more confident in manhood.
14 minutes ago
Chuck Knight replied to Brandon's discussion Admiring aspects of times of oppression
"There is documented evidence that, for otherwise identical crimes, whites routinely receive a significantly lighter sentence than people of color.  So, yes, it does appear that a racial bias does exist.   Whether this is an institutional…"
14 minutes ago
Rebekah replied to Brandon's discussion Admiring aspects of times of oppression
"It's definitely the case that most people, and most blacks, in prison are there for non-violent crimes.  It's also definitely the case that different forms of cocaine are treated differently by the sentencing statutes.  It is my…"
18 minutes ago
Michael D. Denny replied to Brandon's discussion Admiring aspects of times of oppression
"Unless you think blacks are locked up for usually victimless, definitely non-violent, crimes, and that the sentencing provisions either explicitly or implicitly discriminate on the basis of race through meaningless distinctions regarding…"
29 minutes ago
Rebekah replied to Brandon's discussion Admiring aspects of times of oppression
"Unless you think blacks are locked up for usually victimless, definitely non-violent, crimes, and that the sentencing provisions either explicitly or implicitly discriminate on the basis of race through meaningless distinctions regarding…"
36 minutes ago

© 2014   Created by Brett McKay.   Powered by

Badges  |  Report an Issue  |  Terms of Service