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    Meissner Tremonia Salbei & Amyris Wash Butter
    Meissner Tremonia Salty Sea Sage Rasierpaste
    Nero Ardesia Luxury Shaving "La Guerra di Piero" Sintetico 24x55x110mm
    Schick 1940 Injector E3 with Personna PTFE Injector
    Meissner Tremonia Aftershave Splash Proto5 Salty Sea Sage (sample, repack)
    Ischia Thermae EDT Vapo


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    Default Sunday

    Prep: Hot shower
    Brush: Martinez' Custom: Chess King w/ 26mm silver tip badger
    Soap: Truefitt & Hill: Luxury Shaving Soap
    Strop: Tony Miller Heirloom tri-strop (3x25)
    Razor: Wade & Butcher 8/8 "For Barbers Use" w/ ebony scales
    ASB: Caswell-Massey Newport
    Soundtrack: Anne-Sophie Mutter - Vivaldi - Four Seasons - Winter

    Smooth.
    Have a great week.
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    MdC fougere
    Toyo ScheonBurg
    Royall vetiver
    Tony Miller horsehide

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    Pre work shave to get ready for the day. Nice and smooth. Some good looking shaves today gents

    Proraso preshave, Thater 2 band, Tabac Cream and Glycerine, Wingen Junior "Othello" 6/8, Myrsol Blue Post shower, Vetiver Scent

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    Sunday
    Gillette sensor
    Acca Kappa 1869 - cream/balm/EdT
    Generic badger brush


    Have a good start of December gentlemen.

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    Big Filly
    Beeves
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    Alcohol
    2 firsts on SOTD: hot towel over lather for prep and first horsehair brush shave.
    Towel and lather prep was an excellent addition to the ritual.
    I think the horse hair was taken fairly high up on the tail
    "Call me Ishmael"
    CUTS LANE WOOL HAIR LIKE A Saus-AGE!

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    Golddach Head/iKon Bamboo Handle
    Personna Lab Blade
    PAA Platinum Tobacco & Leather Soap
    Vie Long White Horsehair Brush
    Nivea Sensitive Balm
    PAA Malbolge Aftershave & Cologne

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    Default Sunday 29 November 2015

    Sunday 29 November 2015

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    Mastro Livi Kamisori, 13/16 French Point, Hakkapella Damasteel, Abalone Handle

    Today's shave has been luxurious thanks to this Mastro Livi kamisori, as a matter of fact, one of the three Mastro Livi kamisoris I have in my collection. This one is very special because it has the well known Mastro Livi kamisori shape - of course based on the original Japanese style - with a lovely abalone handle and a very keen Damasteel with a Hakkapella pattern. Whoever uses a kamisori for shaving knows it gives a very deep shave, it can be tricky sometimes to use - because you have to shave with the omote side only - but the reward is very high. It takes time to master a kamisori, certainly a longer time than a traditional straight razor, but the result is absolutely amazing. Not to mention when you shave with a Mastro Livi kamisori, something adding a magnificent craftsmanship skill to a beautiful blade. For this shave I wanted to use one of my favorite shaving soap of all times - Martin De Candre - an absolutely super performing soap with a Mediterranean fragrance of very high class and performance. What a great shave!

    • Pre-Shave: RazorGuy Pre-Shave Oil
    • Soap: Martin De Candre
    • Brush: Frank Shaving Finest Badger Chubby Brush - 30mm knot
    • Bowl: Gerby Bowl
    • Strop: Mastro Livi Medium Loom Strop "Coramella Italiana" and Hand Palm
    • Razor: Mastro Livi Kamisori, 13/16 French Point, Hakkapella Damasteel, Abalone Handle
    • Post-Shave: Alum Block
    • Post-Shave: Umbria Extravirgin Olive Oil
    • After Shave: Denim White
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    Razor: Carl Schlieper 6/8
    Strop: Tony Miller
    Brush: Thater 28mm two-band silvertip
    Pre-shave: Castle Forbes
    Cream: Taylor of Old Bond Street's Jermyn Street
    Scuttle: SRD
    Balm: Muhle
    Aftershave: Annick Goutal

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    Razor – Mappin
    Brush – Pixelfixed 18mm horn
    Soap – Le Pere
    AS – ALUM OSMA Bloc & Marrakech

    Clean shaves feel good!
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