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    HarryWally Brush
    MdC Soap
    SRD Latigo Strop
    Bruno Talon Razor
    Floid Blue AS


    Green Tomato Salsa

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    SOTD October 25th

    ・Haslinger Schafmilch
    ・Nero Ardesia - Silvertip
    ・De Eclipse (?)
    ・Shiseido Vintage

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    Razor: Above the Tie Kronos R1
    Blade: Polsilver Iridium
    Brush: Rooney Heritage "Stubby" 3
    Pre-shave: Castle Forbes
    Soap: Barrister & Mann Latha Lavanda
    Balm: Nivea
    Aftershave: Canoe

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    Sunday 25 October 2015

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    Mastro Livi Inox "Grifone", 9/8 Full Hollow, Livi Snake Point

    The straight razor was superb, but I cannot say the same for the soap. It is now quite a long time this Meißner Tremonia soap is in my rotation and - in my opinion - it does not provide enough cushion and slickness for a straight razor. After two disappointing passes, I had to take the first soap I had at hand - and it happened to be Cella - and do the third pass with that. On the good side, I have to tell I love Pinaud Clubman Special Reserve aftershave, an absolutely amazing fragrance and very very pleasing to smell with an impressive persistence and finish. As for my Mastro Livi "Grifone", well, I guess I said quite a lot about this superlative straight razor, just another proof this magnificent Italian craftsman and artist makes impeccable and excellent shavers. Super smooth and sharp, it shaves like a caressing and velvety breeze. Simply amazing!

    • Pre-Shave: RazorGuy Pre-Shave Oil
    • Soap: Meißner Tremonia Himalayan Height
    • Soap: Cella
    • Brush: Omega "Bandiera Italiana" 21762 - 27 mm Knot
    • Bowl: Chinese Cheap Bowl
    • Strop: Mastro Livi Loom Strop "Coramella Italiana" and Hand Palm
    • Razor: Mastro Livi Inox "Grifone", 9/8 Full Hollow, Livi Snake Point
    • Post-Shave: Alum Block
    • Post-Shave: Umbrian Extravirgin Olive Oil
    • After Shave: Pinaud Clubman Special Reserve
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    Edwin Jagger !!SR
    Omega Boar
    Voskhod Teflon Blade
    Maggard Platinum Tobacco & Leather Soap
    Fonex Balm
    PAA Malbolge Aftershave & Cologne

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    Razor –Le Laguar
    Brush – Semouge custom badger – horn & ivory
    Soap – GADA
    AS – ALUM OSMA Bloc & Phytomer

    Swish swish qua-keesh. Whiskers begone! Clean shaves are best.

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    May the week ahead bring good weather for your projects!

    Well loved James Codfer, Wilkinson Stick, horse hair brush, Royall "Bay Rhum"
    Future to the Back!
    Somewhere around the turn of the 20th Century a man at a ranch out west was set to shave the best he knew how. His kit is still as good as it gets!
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    ~Richard

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    25 October 2015

    * Wolfman WR1-SB + WRH3 Aluminum
    * Super Iridium
    * WSP Stubby 2-Band + Doug Korn All-Amber Taca
    * Mystic Water Sardinian Honey
    * Unrefined Shea Butter
    * Bergamot/Vetiver EO




    Laughter, Love and Shaving

    ~ Celestino ~



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    Sunday Morning Shave


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    7/8 Thiers Issard
    Premier Black Latigo Strop
    Proraso Cream
    Muhle Mug
    Simpson "CHUBBY" 1 Brush
    Dickinson's Witch Hazel
    Tabac Aftershave

    Enjoy the upcoming week gents.
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