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  1. ickda

    Introductions and a plea for tips and tricks.

    I been using safety razors and shaving soap for over a year. Just bought my own straight razor, My strop is taking forever to get hear so I been using my belt in a pinch. Been playing with knives cents I was 6, So I been able to avoided any cuts or nicks so far, see how long that last. THough I...
  2. sartorialism

    Antiperspirant + Deodorant

    I sweat like a horse. By the time I get to work in the AM, I have massive sweat rings on my shirts by my armpits. I’ve tried many deodorants, but none really, really work. Please recommend something that works (it can be a standard supermarket brand, or a specialty deodorant — whatever works...
  3. J

    2 Steps to win the first date with great grooming

    Full post available at: https://m20hair.com/blogs/m20-tips/2-steps-to-win-the-first-date Preparation is key. James Bond doesn’t just rock up on a date with a fine Italian underwear model. No, he prepares and preparation is key. To leave her dazzled in most first date situations, you’ve got two...
  4. Hair_Dude

    men's hair: changing part

    So just for something different I tried changing my part from the right side to the left side. I have a typical medium length cut, brushed to the side and slightly back. For those who've tried this, how long did it take for your hair to "relearn?" Also, does it take a while to get used to the...
  5. CJG_NYC

    Missing Patch in Beard - Alopecia

    So, too keep this short, I have an "alopecia-spot" in my beard, along my jawline, that is SUPER annoying. I have very dark, coarse, facial hair - and the REAL problem is that even when clean shaven you can still notice the area that is completely hairless. Its for this reason that I am most...
  6. kaiimac

    Growing out thick hair

    Hey all, I am new to the forum and in need of some advice. I have extremely thick/coarse hair, and I have always wanted to grow it out. I have tried it a few times, and it always looks horrible in the process. Even with a few weeks without a hair cut, my hair gets so "poofy" and huge...mainly I...
  7. kookydooky

    Best way to keep back and sides more flat

    Without having to sleep on it which gives the look I want I just got a haircut and the best way to describe it is zoolander (its really the only style thats somewhat worked for me) but I dont nessesarily just have it spiked around like that. Usually its more of a messy spike/straight look but...
  8. Brad

    Age when your beard starting turning grey?

    I've had more than a few white hairs on my dome for a few years now. I noticed probably 10-15 white hairs in my beard a few weeks ago. I'm 29. How old were you when you first noticed grey in your beard?
  9. Europe's Finest

    How often do you go to the barber/hair-stylist?

    It would be great if everybody could reply. I would like to see if you guys have the same manners when it comes to hair and barbers. ~THX~

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