May 1, 2009

Shaving News 5.01.09: Bears, a Shaving Myth, Celebrity Pubes, and Mel Gibson

Merkur.jpgShaving the Web 5.01.09

From ESPN, Bears and straight razors may not mix very well:

"Chicago Bears linebacker Lance Briggs may have given himself an old-fashioned shaving injury while trying to get an old-fashioned shave. Briggs told autograph seekers at an appearance Saturday in Algonquin, Ill., that he cut his right hand while attempting to shave with a straight-edged razor. He made the appearance wearing a heavy wrap on his right hand, according to the Chicago Sun-Times."

From CBS 21 News, a body hair shaving question:

"If you shave your body hair, will it grow back darker and thicker? The theory has haunted women for decades, since the bikini became popular on the beach. For men, the modern practice of "manscaping" has brought shaving back into the forefront of culture."

From Bild, a celebrity's husband is on shaving duty:

"I'd say, 'Dean, how's it looking down there? Do I need to shave?' But of course I couldn't shave. So Dean had to do it."

From the LA Times, Mel Gibson and the road to the World Beard and Moustache Championships:

"Few celebrities engage in the kind of hyper-zealous facial manscaping that Mel Gibson does. Which makes him the perfect candidate to help us learn some of the 18 categories of competition in the upcoming World Beard and Moustache Championships taking place in Anchorage on May 23.

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Posted by Derek Markham at May 1, 2009 7:00 AM
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