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San Diego, Cal., USA
Monday, 8 June 2015

1914 Ever-Ready SE razor
GEM Blue Star SE blade (4th use)
Olivewood handle badger brush made for me by Mike Perry
Prairie Creations Pre-Shave Oil
Barrister & Mann Rhapsody shaving soap
Wal-Mart witch hazel
Simpsons Aftershave Balm
Cussons Imperial Leather Silk Talc
Pashana Original After Shave splash

The combination of the brush Mike made me, along with the B&M Rhapsody shaving soap, is a fantastic combination.  Together, they make great protective lather.

The 1914 Ever-Ready razor is one of several 100+ year old SEs that I have and the shaves that I get from them are great.  

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>>> Brian <<<
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Wausau, Wisconsin USA
(This post was last modified: 06-09-2015, 02:16 PM by Johnny.)
SOTD: Tuesday - June 9, 2015

Shave Ready Pre Shave Gel
Meißner Tremonia Lavender De Luxe
Plisson Hybrid HMW Brush
Joseph Rodgers & Sons 11/16 Razor
Paciccella Paddle Strop
Speick After Shave Lotion
Shave Ready Moisturizer 

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Johnny - It's time for a shave.
#4

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San Diego, Cal., USA
Tuesday, 9 June 2015

1907 Ever Ready Lather Catcher
GEM Blue Star SE blade (5th use)
New Forest 2201 2-Band badger brush
Prairie Creations Pre-Shave Oil
RazoRock Don Marco Shaving Soap
Homemade Orange witch hazel in a Thayers bottle
RazoRock Don Marco Aftershave Balm
Perlier Honey-Orange Talc
James Bronnley Gentlemens Eau de Toilette

The 1907 Ever Ready is my favorite Lather Catcher and always offers up a great shave.

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Metro Detroit
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Tabac just works every time, especially when I make überlather with the cream and soap. The Colonel is seemingly made for harder soaps, it surrounded my face in luxury, my stubble unaware of its fate. The Fatboy set on nine for the first two passes and seven for the last did its job without effort or drama. Sherlock finished up this shave right with a welcome cool and leathery dry down.  I used up the last of the Kiehl's facial fuel wash. It's a great product, but a bit too pricey for me.

Prep: Kiehl's facial fuel wash
Überlather: Tabac mit Tabac
Brush: The Colonel
Razor: 1959 Fatboy 9/9/7
Blade: Voskhod (1)
AS: Chiseled Face Sherlock

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Cella Fella!

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Triad Titanium Helix handle
Mongoose B1 razor head
Feather Super Pro (1)
Soulless Plisson Synthetic brush
Cella from the block!
Country Club Southern Oud splash
The Iron Society WB Pomade
Polo Red EdT

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09.vi.2015

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10.vi.2015

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Metro Detroit
Fine Fougére 
I seem to like this combo more each time I use it. The Colonel made short work of the bloomed soap, and the Fatboy did the rest without drama. Even the Tonique felt and smelled better this time for some reason. All in all an excellent shave. 
Prep: Mickey Lee Lime 
Soap: B&M Fougére Imperiale
Brush: The Colonel
Razor: 59 Fatboy 9/9/7
Blade: Voskhod 
AS: B&M Fougére Tonique

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