SOTD - April 2 -- April 8

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Brett G
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Post by Brett G » Sun Apr 08, 2007 4:14 pm

Easter Sunday,

Kent BK8
T&H Lavender
Merkur LHC w/ Swede
TGR A/S Balm
Penhaligon English Fern
Brett

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madmedic
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Location: UK.

Post by madmedic » Sun Apr 08, 2007 5:04 pm

Easter Sunday

Gold Tech (40s)/ 7am Blade
Shavemac 23mm in Pure Badger
Mitchell's Woolfat Soap
Alum Block
Anherb Aftershave Gel
Trumpers Limes Skinfood (for drydown)

Pecksniff's Oriental Cologne


Brian

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Goosemeplease
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Location: NYC

Post by Goosemeplease » Sun Apr 08, 2007 7:38 pm

dinder1 wrote:Howdy fellas, first post here at SMF!
Happy Easter.
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Welcome DJ!
Jim

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Mike R
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Location: Twin Cities

Post by Mike R » Mon Apr 09, 2007 5:12 am

Sunday

Brush: Vulfix 2233
Razor: Merkur Slant
Blade: English Wilkinson
Cream: Trumper's Sandalwood
A/S: Proraso Liquid A/S

Mike

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Lyrt
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Post by Lyrt » Mon Apr 09, 2007 5:19 am

dinder1 wrote:Howdy fellas, first post here at SMF!
Happy Easter.
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Hey, this is the brush I want! Welcome DJ.

LostInCincy
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Post by LostInCincy » Mon Apr 09, 2007 8:34 am

Monday:

Edwin Jagger Small Traditional Super
Taylors Avocado
Gillette Superspeed-Milord w/ Swedish Gillette
Trumpers Extract of Limes Skin Food

-Dan

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Steve-o
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Post by Steve-o » Mon Apr 09, 2007 6:24 pm

Monday:

C & E Best Badger
Gillette long-handled Slim Adjustable
Israeli generic/Crystal/whatever
Mama Bear Bay Rum Soap
Alba Very Emollient moisturizer

I've used soaps before but never found them very satisfying. Lotta work for a few bubbles. :( But in the last week or so, I read a post here about lathering soaps on the face instead of a bowl. So I tried it this morning. It works a treat, and I got a great shave out of it. I can't find the thread to thank the poster personally, but face-lathering has transformed soaps for me. :D
“Time just seems to get quicker. You look in the mirror in the morning and you think, ‘I’m already shaving again!’” - Terry Jones of Monty Python's Flying Circus

dinder1
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Post by dinder1 » Mon Apr 09, 2007 6:49 pm

Lyrt wrote:
dinder1 wrote:Howdy fellas, first post here at SMF!
Happy Easter.
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Hey, this is the brush I want! Welcome DJ.
Yeah, it is a fantastic brush and I would highly recommend adding one of them to your arsenal.
Thanks for the warm welcome guys.
DJ.

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timc
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Post by timc » Mon Apr 09, 2007 7:28 pm

Steve-o wrote: But in the last week or so, I read a post here about lathering soaps on the face instead of a bowl. So I tried it this morning. It works a treat, and I got a great shave out of it. I can't find the thread to thank the poster personally, but face-lathering has transformed soaps for me. :D
Welcome to the Cult of Facelathering!
- Tim -
"You throw the ball, you catch the ball, you hit the ball. Sometimes you win, sometimes you lose, sometimes it rains."

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