Nine Tips for Traditional Wet Shaving

   

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Published on Nov 21, 2020

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In this tutorial, I teach you how to shave using the traditional wet shave (safety blade, not straight razor) thanks to the incredible men's products over at Glory and Shine.

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The traditional wet shave, if done properly, means you'll never go back to goopy stuff that comes out of an aerosol can using disposable razors. Have you seen how much those "five-blade holder" refills from Schick or Gillette will run you these days?

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