- Nov 24, 2014
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My former chess partner used to dress something like that. He wore Western-styled sport coats, Western shirts, and a bolo tie (no cowboy hat though). He also wore Native American jewelry. Lived in the southwest, but would come to visit his family in California during Christmas. I knew him because I am close friends with his nephew.
I'll be in Paris in two weeks. I'll be on the look out for the Foo shirt model.Hats & belts would make sense, but this is a thread so who knows?
The irony of Doug Sahm, the epitome of cool, appearing in this thread...
Hey, you can make bespoke fragrances. I don't see that a deodorant is very much different.
A true bespoke deodorant requires more than a unique scent. It involves a careful analysis of skin and armpit hair to ensure the smoothest application with minimal irritation.None other than Cartier offers custom perfumery from 50,000 euros. I think they could throw in a deodorant stick.
I tried actual baking soda, as well as soda home-mixed with coconut oil. They both worked for that one or two times I was out of deodorant, but not very pleasant for the skin indeed.I'm interested in recommendations for this sort of thing. I like my current deodorant but believe it still has aluminum. I previously tried switching to a baking soda based product but experienced a very unpleasant itching/burning reaction after a day or two. Not sure if that would have gone away had I pressed on.
Not sure if you're joking or not, but i've read that some mainly asian gene makes you produce sweat that does not attract bacteria so that in fact you don't really need to use it.I’ve never put a deodorant on my body in my life. Never had a complaint. Just sayn ’
You'll also need to commission 11 samples to really get an understanding of the deodorant and how it interacts with your skin, sweat, and scent.A true bespoke deodorant requires more than a unique scent. It involves a careful analysis of skin and armpit hair to ensure the smoothest application with minimal irritation.
not sure #9 has much asian blood - you may be getting him mixed up w/ piobaire who is 1/2 honorary hawaiianNot sure if you're joking or not, but i've read that some mainly asian gene makes you produce sweat that does not attract bacteria so that in fact you don't really need to use it.