#1

Member
Wisconsin
No!  This is not me.
Not sure that I’d ever have a street shave…$.60 or not!





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Deus Ex Machina
#2

Posting Freak
Canada
Here's a polar opposite of the Indonesian one. Incredible. 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V7A8Y-6u...l=KinoYves

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Celestino
Love, Laughter & Shaving  Heart
#3
definitely not for me, i would be so afraid of so many things!

the beginning of the video with all that dirty items doesn't help

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#4

Member
Germany
I can't believe my eyes. Haha the bladefeel of this razor is 100 % an the base plate of this three-piece razor is a piece of tissue. REALY?!
This guy is very very...... Puh can't find a word. Is he particularly brave? Or is he particularly.....
Whatever. No go for me.
Has anyone seen the cup full of hair on the left side of the table? Would he still have shaved if he had looked more closely at the equipment?

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#5

Posting Freak
No soap, I think he was just painting on water, no aftershave either. I’d be looking for some high test alcohol aftershave.  That guys got more guts than I have.

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#6

Posting Freak
The Damascus barber is impressive. Great clipper and scissor skills. Not sure about the neck adjustment though

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#7

Member
Chester County, PA
I have been to Indonesia for work.  Never saw anything like this!!

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#8

Posting Freak
What’s up with the face flossing in the Damascus barber video? I’ve never seen nor heard of that. I’ve heard of flaming away the stray hair around the ears etc. that customer looked like he’d been through an ordeal… and he had!!

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#9
(09-15-2023, 08:36 PM)Marko Wrote: What’s up with the face flossing in the Damascus barber video? I’ve never seen nor heard of that. I’ve heard of flaming away the stray hair around the ears etc. that customer looked like he’d been through an ordeal… and he had!!

Face threading =D i i guess its to prepare the area to be waxed.

I had my bread and neck area waxed once, never again. the wax pulling doesn't hurt as much as the tweezers on the under jaw area.

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