Electric razors always bring to mind the image of a man in a cheap suit with a poorly tied, generic red necktie shaving in the front seat of his tiny import as he hurriedly makes his way to his job at Megatron Widget, Inc.
It’s sweaty, tight, confined and irritated, and there is nothing he can do about it. The pit stains on his off-white polyester dress shirt prove that to resist is useless.
But this isn’t an electric razor — this is the CoolTec dry shaver from Braun.
If you missed it yesterday, there’s still time to check out the Assassin’s Creed Jackdaw Ship at Comic Con today until 7PM at the 5th Avenue Pier in San Diego.
Schick Hydro teamed up with Assassin’s Creed IV Black Flag to offer shaves fit for even the toughest, most heavily bearded pirates aboard the ship.
Men who step up to receive a customized shave will receive Schick Hydro 5 razors and have a chance to win exclusive prizes. Consumers are encouraged to follow @HydroExperience for exclusive Comic Con content and tweet us using #GetMoreBooty.
If ?uestlove and Black Thought from The Roots are into it, you know it has to be legit.
“The Bearded Gentleman: The Style Guide to Shaving Face” piqued my interest in being a man again. Since the divorce, the flame had certainly flickered.
I got my hands on a copy and the book is fantastic. It is the de facto quick reference guide on personal style in relation to facial hair ever created, and I am including “The Bible” in that generalization as well.
“The Bearded Gentleman: The Style Guide to Shaving Face” is the perfect gift for the man in your life, or your mother-in-law who rocks a grey-haired goatee and is seemingly oblivious to it, though it makes everyone else around her so uncomfortable, they can’t even stand to look at her.
For the full review, click here.
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There’s a football mistress in my life now, NFL. And, she has a beard.
In case you’re not familiar with the Canadian Football League, it’s a league where you can actually hit the QB and put your head down outside the tackle box.
The CFL season started this past weekend and I invested a serious amount of time into watching it, considering a conversion from the NFL.
Then, it happened – I noticed the beard of B.C. Lions place kicker Hugh O’Neill, pictured above.
And I knew I was home.
Is it a shaving cream? Is it a face wash? The new shaving cream and face wash from Evolution Man is literally both, combined into one.
In a natural progression based on a man’s need for clean skin and an effective shaving cream, Evolution Man was born. If you have to do both anyway, why not just combine them?
Read the full review here.
Why do you need a “butt wipe”? Because you’re not an animal, sir.
The solution? One Wipe Charlie. The softest, fastest way to wipe your ass.
“Reach Around For A Deeper Clean”, indeed. Watch the video and tell me you don’t need a butt wipe.
For more info, check out DollarShaveClub.com
If Superman tried to shave his face, wouldn’t the razor just wilt under his skin? Would any razor he used need a “Kryptonite Cooling Strip” to even work? These are the things I think about, late at night.
Here’s a video that features that exact same question- while also featuring input from celebrities such as Billy Nye, Kevin Smith and Blossom herself:
Vote for your favorite theory at www.howdoesheshave.com.
Adam Levine is back. This time addressing hair-trimmings and how Norelco can address the issue, so your “Bros” don’t get all “Bro-ed out on you”.
See what happens when bro’s stop being guys and start being dudes. Coming this fall to the Broxygen Network.
Check out this funny video from Philips Norelco starring Adam DeVine from Workaholics & Arrested Development. A video crew follows the “Special Unit’s Unit” through the streets of an undefined city making sure guys keep their body hair under control, using the ‘necessary tools’ to combat their public display misconducts via egregious body hair, i.e. a “Happy trail that’s gotten too happy”.
The video is an introduction to the Philips Norelco Click & Style razor, an electric razor designed to manscape a man’s entire body, which can keep one out of trouble and off the ‘Special Unit’s’ radar when walking the streets!
When I’m cleaning my face, I want a system. I don’t want to approach the situation haphazardly, like the parents on MTV’s hit TV show “Teen Mom.”
Let’s be frank — and yes, you “can still be Garth.” Your face skin is essentially your billboard to the world. And what does this billboard promote? The business of You, Incorporated.
If your face looks blotchy, dry, flaky, weird, or any other adjective that would describe a rabid Russian dog, scrounging the public subway system for scraps, you probably don’t want to look like that. You probably don’t want to look like Gorbachev, either.
You, Incorporated is coming off of another great fiscal quarter, but how do you maintain the momentum and feed all the families who depend on your face?