Sharp Practice: The Real Man's Guide to Shaving
Got an email recently from Anders Larsen, author of the new book Sharp Practice: The Real Man's Guide to Shaving. Nice. It's about time an new shaving book hit the shelves. According to Larsen the book is only available in "UK and commonwealth countries", with US availability coming soon. We used to be a commonwealth country, didn't we?
Rich in the (sometimes strange) history of shaving, full of anecdotes and packed with tips and advice, "Sharp Practice" will revolutionize your morning ritual. Here you will find advice on avoiding common mistakes, preventing rashes and cuts, what aftershave to use and how to handle a cut-throat razor, as well as everyday tips and the ultimate luxury shave. You will also learn about Che Guevara's beard, Ivan the Terrible's idea of fun, Alexander the Great and the severed head, and how cavemen invented the razor.
I can't imagine Ivan the Terrible's idea of fun is universally accepted, but hey, what do I know. We'll be getting a copy in soon, and in the meantime if you're in one of the lucky places where Amazon UK will ship to, click on over and have yourself a look-see. Sharp Practice: The Real Man's Guide to Shaving is £6.00.
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Posted by Russell Neufeld at January 5, 2007 8:17 AM