Hair is one of the most natural things in the world. It's nature's way of protecting us from our surrounding environment and sometimes even from infections. Every mammal has it, so what's all the fuss about?
What if your blades could stay sharp as ever for just a little bit longer, saving you frustration (and a decent chunk of money) in the long run? Here, some handy care instructions to help with just that.
I'm of an age when most people came into adulthood with as much hair (pubic and otherwise) as they could muster. Therefore I can attest to the hairless trend not being in fashion during the 60s and 70s. By the 90s, though, the hair-free look was popular.
I stopped shaving on a trip to Ecuador. As I traveled through rural villages and learned to appreciate the hard and proud lives of indigenous women and men and children, shaving just disappeared from my radar as a valuable use of my time.
Most of my father-son memories are documented in some way using the camera from my iPhone. It takes pretty good shots, and I'll admit it, I have a bit of a social media addiction. This moment was different, though.
Because I've apparently been shaving wrong my entire life, I decided to speak with Jon Goldmann of the esteemed New York-based grooming company, Harry's, to find out the best possible way to get rid of that face-fleece.