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What do you use to shave?

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  1. enzoferrari650
    Hehe... I'm 16 and I think its about time i started shaving. Just wondering what you guys suggest me use. Preferably an electric shaver thats easy to use and nice looking. [​IMG]
     
  2. dj_mocok
    it all depends on how much facial hair you have.
    if its only a bit, very simple 2 bucks shaver will do the job fine.
    maybe if you have beards and stuff, you will need shaver with more blades... dont know... i dont have much, so i only use gillette 2 blades one.
     
  3. enzoferrari650
    i dont have much but you can see it and i wanna start shaving. I want something thats really easy to use....... maybe an electric one.
     
  4. dj_mocok
    the only tips i have is dont shave where its not necessary.. you will only encourage the hair growth and it will grow rougher and more eventually... unless thats what you want - having more facial hair..
     
  5. enzoferrari650
    I know... my dad told me all about it and everything.. but i think its just getting a little too long and it just looks kinda weird. so yeah
     
  6. jpelg
    Quote:

    the only tips i have is dont shave where its not necessary.. you will only encourage the hair growth and it will grow rougher and more eventually... unless thats what you want - having more facial hair..



    [​IMG]

    If that were true, I'd have a full head of hair right now [​IMG].

    Hair growth is mostly geneticially determined (outside of other drastic health or environmental issues). Your beard (and other body hair) will grow in at the rate your genes say. Not because you took a razor across your face too often. And you won't go blind either - trust me [​IMG] .
     
  7. enzoferrari650
    i remeber reading something about that.... that it doesnt grow thicker but it just seems that way because the razor cuts the hair at an angle making it seem thicker.
     
  8. dj_mocok
    im not saying that if youre basically not so hairy person, if you start shaving around your face you can become like tom hanks in Castaway, hehe..

    I dont have much hair, and while i was young, i used to play around with scissors and cut the fine hair on some part of my legs, and now im having this rough, longer-than-the-rest hair developing on the area where i used to cut when i was little...
     
  9. enzoferrari650
    lol sorry to hear that....... yeah i definitely hope i wont become tom hanks in cast away..... interesting movie by the way....... but u guys still havnt answered my question..... which electric razor is the easiest to use?
     
  10. dj_mocok
    never used electric razor... too expensive, cant afford one, hehe..
    but i thought they all are the same, you just sort of turn it on and turn it off, the difference maybe only some have more features ?
    eg. self cleans, more battery life, different blades, etc...

    why dont you use the money for electric shaver to buy headphones ? (and use el-cheapo razor instead) hehehe.... [​IMG]
     
  11. enzoferrari650
    cause my mom said she'd pay for the razor [​IMG] ....... so yeah..... plus i still owe her 250 bucks ...... damn head-fi... lol its all your guy's fault. HD600 MG-head Marantz CD63se..... aya
     
  12. chan130
    take a look at Norelco shavers on eBay.
    Norelco Spectra 8831 XL is an excellent value. It is not listed on the Norelco site but is a step up from 8825XL model [and priced lower than other Spectra models] (8831XL has 70 min cordless operation).
     
  13. Glassman
    I don't like electric shavers too much, personaly I use Gillette Sensor Excel and it's very good, just wet your face with warm water and shave, that's all.. you'll stay shaved for a longer time then from electric shavers, it's easier, cheaper and you're a real man [​IMG] find yourself something recent like Mach3 or something simillar [​IMG]
     
  14. tiberian
    i am using a cheap razor, i am nearly 20 but i still don't need to shave too much, guess i am a not-so-hairy guy.
    i never understand why my roommate spend 40 usd on an electric shaver.
     
  15. chan130
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    Originally Posted by tiberian
    i am using a cheap razor, i am nearly 20 but i still don't need to shave too much, guess i am a not-so-hairy guy.
    i never understand why my roommate spend 40 usd on an electric shaver.




    disposable razors = multi-billion-dollar industry

    in the long run disposable razors cost a fortune.

    electric razors generally do not require use of shaving cream, are low risk in terms of cutting your face, faster to use, convenient, etc...
     
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