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Do you take an extra shave before social events

doctorbob

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Guys, do you shave (beyond your usual routine) before special social events (e.g., family wedding, meeting girlfriend's parents), or are you just as likely to go as you are?
 

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Depends what it is. In general, no. Something more formal (e.g. wedding reception) yes.
 

Da Luis Vuitton Don

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i shave just to look more distinguished when going out to work or to play!
 

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sometimes I don't shave in the morning but rather hold off until getting ready for the event. Once in a long while I'll shave twice in a day, but I hate doing it.
 

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I shave in the morning. If I go home before going out to dinner, I shower and shave again.
So yes, if it is more than 10 hours since my last shave, I shave again.
 

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I go electric so its not a big deal to do it again.

Sometimes I will touch up my upper lip before going out (it grows faster/darker or something and I don't want it to look like an intentional 'stache)...if I shaved at 7AM and am reviewing it at 10, it usually seems worth it.

If it was a special event, I would probably shave when getting dressed for it (and if the event was later...I would probably shower anyways...electric in the shower is the shit)
 

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Not a fan of sandpaper face when I'm goin out.
 

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If it's a formal or important business/social occasion, then yes.
 

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Only for job interviews.
 

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Not an issue - I only have to shave every other day as it is...
 

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Inspect self in mirror before leaving house and decide.
 

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Originally Posted by JayJay
If it's a formal or important business/social occasion, then yes.

That^^
 

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If it's something that is work related, or something that people are required to dress up for; yes. If I'm just headed to the bar or a friends birthday, no. I like my 5 o'clock shadow.
 

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