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5 Ways to Get a Longer Lasting Shave

If done properly, getting a clean-cut shave is perhaps the best treat your skin could ever hope for. But what is there to about that pesky hair growing right back again? Unfortunately, there’s nothing to be done. Hair will go back on your face, one way or another. Still, there are some things you could try to make that shave last even longer.
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The Advantages of Double Edge Shaving

Learn about the benefits of double edge shaving. A better shave for cheaper! Take a quick read and educate yourself on why this traditional method of shaving is making a comeback.
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A Guy's Guide to Spring

Spring is one of the most enjoyable times of the year. You're excited about being able to finally shed those layers. You are ready to try a new hairstyle. You're shopping for new and exciting clothes and accessories. Enjoy it while it lasts, it seems like in between seasons aren't lasting as long these days. Before we know it we'll be baking in the sun on the beach and dealing with sunburns. So take advantage and remember, spring is all about renewal! 
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7 Traits of Growing a Successful Beard

Men who want to grow a successful beard need to have a good plan and stick to it. For some men, beards aren't even something they need to think about; they can have them without any effort. But, most men actually do need to have certain traits of growing a successful beard.
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Parlor Talk with Ian & Sean

Lots of fun with the guys from Sean Daniel Music. Here is there review of our Cedarwood Beard Conditioner.
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Eyebrow Grooming Guide

Eyebrow grooming is something quick and simple that can make a big difference in your appearance, and confidence. Needing a little help is nothing to be embarrassed about, and grooming them doesn’t take up that much time that you’d just give up on them.
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How to Style your Hair in the Morning

So you get up early in the morning, look at yourself in the mirror, and there's a mess of beard and hair covering your otherwise handsome self. What to do? All guys have a morning ritual, and for most of us, that means styling your hair.
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Mustache Styles

Our favorite mustache styles Fall 2017 has come and the time for wasting perfectly good shaving cream is over. It’s now time to trim and shape to a...
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Shaving Creams vs. Shave Gels

Because the ultimate shave needs hydration to help with the shaving process, using a product such as shaving cream, gel, or even foam is always recommended. However, even though those three are often considered synonymous with each other, in truth they couldn’t be any more different.
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Cartridge Razors, a Gimmick of the Present

Something that is much more imposed by marketing than necessity is the everyday cartridge razor, and for simple reasons; male grooming is big business. From the profit margin side of things, brand razor manufacturers would rather sell a cheaper product at greater frequency rather than a quality razor with little to no maintenance costs and/or the possibility of needing replacing. 
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Shaving with sensitive skin

As many guys with sensitive skin know, shaving with sensitive skin can be an irritating ordeal. For many years, the thought of shaving freaked me out. I still shaved from time to time, but every time my face would get red, itchy, and painful.
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When is it Time to Replace Your Razor?

There’s no hard-and-fast rule when it comes to changing your razor blade. Some sources say you can wait until ten shaves to replace your blade, others say you should change it every three to four shaves. With such conflicting information, how are you supposed to know when it’s time?