June 30, 2009

Zirh is Giving Away 100 Free Beach Towels

zirhtrio.jpgSpend $75 at ZIRH , and be one of the first 100 people to respond, and you'll get a free Zirh beach towel! Offer ends at midnight on July 3rd.

Zirh has free ground shipping in the US for orders over $100, free samples with every order, and a free Details magazine subscription for orders over $60.

Pick up something from the ZIRH WARRIOR Collection -- Shower Gels inspired by ancient warriors.

Try ZIRH IKON -- Redefining Fragrance for Men.

Or look through the ZIRH Top Sellers to find something that appeals to you.

To grab a free beach towel, use the code "BEACH" at checkout.

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June 29, 2009

Decisions, Decisions, Decisions

Flip for it.jpgFacial hair just grows. You don't have to think about it, feed it, or nurture it, you simply have to deal with it as it grows. You can shave it all, or you can just shave part of it, leaving a goatee, a moustache, a soul patch, or even some Neil Young style lambchops.

But you have to make that decision every single morning.

"To be a man is to decide about facial hair. Even to just shave and not think about it is a form of decision. To the ancient Greeks, a beard was inseparable from manhood. The Romans shaved, probably to say they weren't like those uncouth Greeks. Through the centuries facial hair came and went like hemlines and tides. Most of the presidents between Lincoln and Taft had beards." - Mail Tribune

If you choose to shave it all everyday, you've got to decide on the method: electric razor, disposable razor, safety razor, or straight razor. And which cream or gel are you going to use? What about after the shave - are you using an aftershave or lotion, or just a rinse?

If you're only going to shave part of it, how much are you going to leave? If you have a trimmed beard, how far up the neck do you shave? How long will you let your beard, moustache, or goatee grow? And how will you keep it even? I'm sure every man has had one of those "Ooops" moments, where you slip and take off more on one side than the other...

Starting from a clean shave and growing out some facial hair takes some thought as well. What's my wife going to think? How will the guys at work respond? How long do I let it grow before giving up and just shaving the whole face again?

The cool thing about it is that you're in control. You can change your looks within a week, and if you don't like it, you can change back again, no problem. And as you get older, you may lose your hair, but you'll probably not lose your whiskers, which means you get to keep your style for a long time...

What's the toughest decision about facial hair for you?

Image: Freddy The Boy at Flickr

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June 26, 2009

Easy Raze Back Shaver

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No, it's not a Hannibal Lecter accessory, it's a manscaping tool.

The Easy Raze is a German back shaver, made with fiberglass-reinforced plastic and stainless steel, which lets you reach those difficult places with both brush and razor.

The first model was a wooden coat hanger with a wet razor attached with adhesive tape, and after extensive testing with materials and designs, the Easy Raze was born.

According to Der Gepflegte Mann, the Easy Raze "permits the correct leadership of the razor blade on the skin, even without control of a mirror. Various options allow for individual adjustment to any body shape and also allow for shaving hard to reach places (eg under the scapula) and the thorough removal of hair, also against the growth direction." (via Google Translate).

The Easy Raze is not currently distributed in the U.S., although the company is looking for a back-shaving entrepreneur who wishes to grow the market here. Contact them for more details.

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June 25, 2009

Shaving News 6.25.09

beardcreation.jpgThis week in Shaving the Web:

A Haunted Moustache:

"In the storytelling tradition of Spalding Gray, Ken Campbell and Claire Dowie, David Bramwell's Haunted Moustache which plays at the Rondo Theatre Bath on Saturday July 4 recounts the fantastic but true tale of his surreal inheritance - a 100-year-old moustache in a box."

You Want Me to Shave Where?!:

"If you're a man, your father probably taught you how to shave your face. It's highly improbable, though, that he included a lesson on shaving the rest of your body. And as "manscaping" starts going mainstream, many might wonder why a man would let his razor wander southward."

A Whole Lot of Manscaping Going On:

"Eric hadn't cut his hair or beard in more than eight years, and his hair, worn in a ponytail, was down to the middle of his back. His beard was down to his chest. His standard outfit was a T-shirt and jeans. That changed Thursday morning when celebrity men's grooming expert Diana Schmidtke and GQ style editor Adam Rappaport got their hands on him."

A Thousand and One words... (about a shaving strop):

"Here are the Kanayama Bothers--on the left is my older strop, the "Fine Stars". It's been a fine strop, and I've had no complaints. It's a little smooth for me, I think I'd like some more draw..."

And if you haven't seen the Fendrihan site, they've got all kinds of shaving goodies for sale: Fendrihan: For the Man of Distinction

Image: knottyboy at Flickr

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June 24, 2009

Deal: Panasonic Vortex Nano Bundle for $100

Vortex.jpgAmazon.com has a great deal on the Panasonic Men's Vortex Nano Electric Shaver bundled with extra blades and accessories! The Vortex features a pivoting head, 13,000 rpm motor, and automatic charge, clean, and dry functions.

To get this deal:

1. Select the Panasonic Men's Vortex Nano Electric Shaver for $99.99
2. Add the Panasonic Vortex HydraClean Cleaning Cartridge and Filter 3-Pack for $11.99
3. Add the Panasonic Inner Blade Replacement for $18.93
4. Then apply coupon code "PANAJUN9" at checkout and pay only $100.91, with free shipping

(Via DealNews.com)

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June 23, 2009

Review: Tom Robinn Shaving Gel and After Shave

TR-2091.07 L.jpgOver the last week, I've been trying out the Tom Robinn Paris Shaving Gel, and to be quite honest, the first two times I shaved with it, I wasn't really jazzed about it. But after a solid week of shaves, I've learned a thing or two about it, and I feel like I can endorse it.

The gel is non-foaming, and rather thick in texture, which is not something I'm used to. My usual is either Cremo or Speick, both of which are lighter and creamier. So what I did to get the best shave for myself was to mix in a little water with the Tom Robinn Shaving Gel. Once I did that, I was happy with the results. The gel is also clear, which made it a bit different for me - at first I couldn't see where I had shaved - but I got the hang of it pretty quickly.

"The benefit of our ingredients to you are: - Aloe Vera Extract: is used to calm irritations and inflammations. It stimulates skin cell growth and possesses moistening properties. It is a smoothing agent. - Sweet Almond Oil: lipids regulate water flow through epidermis and help skin's balance. It moisturises and protects epidermis. - Glycerin: makes skin suppler, smoother allowing a comfortable shave."

After my shave, I used the Tom Robinn After-Shave Gel, which I really enjoyed. It's alcohol-free and non-greasy, and soothed my skin with its aloe, almond oil, and ginseng formula.

Both of these Tom Robinn products also have a great scent - not too strong, but with a complex 'flavor'. If you haven't tried any of the Tom Robinn line, I think they're well worth it.

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June 22, 2009

Andis Easy Trim: Pocket Sized Trimming Tool

easytrim.jpgIf you're always on the go and need to the ability to trim some stray hairs from your moustache, beard, ears, or nose, the Andis Easy Trim just might be the tool for you.

The company's new battery powered personal trimmer is built to be very portable, so you can spot-check for errant hairs and trim them on the fly. There's no need to be embarrassed on a date, at a business meeting, or when meeting a potential client - a quick check in the mirror and a pass with the Easy Trim will keep those hairs in check.

Easy Trim is just 4.5" long, so it slips into a travel bag, pocket, or purse, and runs on a single AA battery. It has recessed stainless steel blades, comes with two interchangeable heads, and is covered by a five year warranty.

"Easy Trim™ is about the size of a lipstick. It has a protective cap that covers the blades and is a lot safer than carrying a pair scissors, even small ones, especially when traveling." - Fred Koeller, VP of Marketing at Andis
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June 19, 2009

Shaving News 6.19.09: It Seems to be All About Moustaches

Moustache .jpgThis week in Shaving the Web:

Guys, please, stash the artless 'stache:

" Have you seen Michael Phelps lately? When I saw a picture of him earlier this week looking like member of the Village People, I just about lost it.

Cheese-stache, porn-stache, it doesn't matter what you call it. Ironic facial hair needs to go away."

Proctor & Gamble (Gillette) Purchases Art Of Shaving:

"Procter & Gamble Co., which recently made the phrase "win with men" an incessant company mantra, is now fully armed to target the premium male shopper with its Monday purchase of the prestige grooming firm The Art of Shaving."

Men with moustaches comprise exclusive group with an eclectic metro membership:

"It's an iconic look historically grown here by the blue-collar set. The 'stache is part of the uniform for ranchers, laborers, roughnecks and cowboys of all manner of industry -- men with skin as tough as their boots and whiskers as stiff as a grill brush.

The mustache has seen a recent renaissance, however, this time from the follicles of young men whose working toils are decidedly less rugged."

Time Magazine's Justin Fox on Economics and Mustaches:

"Fox, a clean shaven mortal who suffers from Bare Upper Lip Disorder (BULD), is a friend to people of mustached American descent, and writes Time's very fine Curious Capitalist blog. He also has a new book out which made the St. Louis Post-Dispatch list of 15 nonfiction books to read this summer. It's called "The Myth of the Rational Market: A History of Risk, Reward & Delusion on Wall Street" and we urge you to purchase here despite the fact that Fox promised to hook us up with Tom Friedman of the New York Times and it never came to fruition (he did buy us a few beers once, however)."

The world's most famous moustaches - shaved:

"The moustache is back. After years of tragic disuse and abuse, this commanding symbol of manly authority (and its current backdrop, Bob Ainsworth) has made a celebrated return to Cabinet in the reshuffle.

Bob's moustache is the first proper version to enter the cabinet on the face of a Labour minister in around 40 years, so it seems somehow serendipitous that Russian bloggers have just compiled a list of the top moustachioed celebrities of all time - and shaved them of their facial hair. Here's the five best, dedicated to you, Bob."

Image: Umesh Behari Mathur at Flickr

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June 18, 2009

Orbix Elliptical Razor: Even Comes in Camouflage

camo-pack1.jpgHere's a product I just heard about: the Orbix Rev360. It certainly sounds like an interesting twist on cartridge razors!

"Conventional blades cut at an angle. The Orbix™ razor severs hairs with thousands of tiny rapid movements-cutting the hair shaft almost flush with the follicle. Gone is the drag of the blade against your skin. And since you don't have to apply any pressure on the blades while shaving, you eliminate the most common cause of nicks, cuts, irritation and razor burn."

I did have to laugh at the color selection, though, because you can get the Orbix in camouflage! I'm not sure if men are shaving in the hunting blind or what...

Has anyone used this? What do you think of it?

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June 17, 2009

Moustaches are Sinister?

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"Money is a factor in dictating tastes. David Beckham, for example, was sponsored by Gillette for several years - he couldn't be seen with a moustache. The trend for clean-shaven stars continues: Tiger Woods, Thierry Henry and Roger Federer - three of the most successful and influential sportsmen on the planet - have all received a healthy financial boost from Gillette. It's the best a man can get; having a moustache, therefore, is the opposite of the best a man can get. It's man at his worst.
The moustache is sinister."

Read the rest of the post "A Short History Of Barack Obama's Moustache" at Anorak.

Image: celticblade at Flickr

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June 16, 2009

$10 Instant Savings on Wahl Clippers and Trimmers

wahlpro.jpgAmazon is offering an instant $10 savings on select Wahl clippers and trimmers until June 30th. It might be a good time to pick up a Father's Day gift!

For the goatee guy, how about the Wahl Rechargeable Goatee Trimmer?

"Wahl GOATEE Rechargeable Trimmer / Detailer is the right tool to maintain your goatee and define your style. This trimmer features heavy-duty detachable blades for trimming for one pass trimming with professional grade blades like your barber uses. The Detailer detachable blade is a finaly ground blade that offers precision trimming for the most intricate design. Comes with a no pull, no snag guarantee."

Take care of your haircutting and trimming needs with the Wahl Deluxe Chrome Pro with Multi-Cut Clipper & Trimmer:

"The Wahl Deluxe Chrome Pro 27-Piece Complete Haircut Kit has all the tools you need to make haircutting at home easier than ever. Perfect for total body grooming, this haircut kit is used by a wide variety of people for their haircutting needs, including professional cyclists, swimmers, and other athletes to trim body hair."

Go cordless with the Wahl Lithium Ion All In One Trimmer:

"The Wahl Lithium Ion is the world's first grooming device with Lithium Ion technology, the most advanced rechargeable battery technology. It's lighter in weight, has almost no charge-loss in storage, is environmentally smart, and has no memory issues. Best of all, it provides 3x the run time, 2x the torque, a 1-minute quick charge and 1 hour full charge which typical rechargeable trimmers can not do."

To get the instant savings, purchase $49 or more of eligible Wahl products, and enter the coupon code "WAHLJUN9" at checkout.

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June 15, 2009

Free Speick Shaving Cream from Details For Men

speickshavecream.jpgDetails For Men is giving away a free Speick Shaving Cream with any purchases over $30!

Speick is one of my favorite shaving creams, and you just can't beat free...

"An aromatic and refreshing shaving cream for wet shaving that leaves the skin smooth and refreshingly fragrant. Gentle on the skin, it contains protective beeswax and glycerin. This cream can be used sparingly and creates a rich creamy lather for a soothing and comfortable shave."

To get your free Speick shaving cream, use coupon code "FreeSpeick" at checkout. Offer good until 6/20/09.

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June 11, 2009

A Sweet Deal for Father's Day Gifts from ZIRH

zirh_gel_sooothe.jpgZIRH has some great deals for Father's Day, from free shipping and free chocolate to free magazine subscriptions.

First, the sweet stuff:

Get a Free 4-piece Charles Chocolates with ALL $100+ orders until 6/15/09!

How about a free 'Dad Pack'?

Get a FREE 'Thanks Dad' Pack in a stylish, partially clear, zip toiletries case with three best selling items, including a FORTIFY 50 ML, SOOTHE 30 ML and SHAVE GEL 30 ML with all $75+ orders. Use Coupon Code 'THANKSDAD' at checkout to redeem.

Orders over $60 get a free year's subscription to Details Magazine, spend more than $150 and get either a free corduroy messenger bag or a free IKON bag, and get free shipping until Father's Day!

Check out these other gift ideas: Father's Day 2009 Gift Ideas

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Shaving News 6.11.09: Moustache Parties, Splitting Hairs, Depression Shaving, and Political Moustaches

Badger & Blade Straight Razor.jpgThis week in Shaving the Web:

Mustache Parties Sweep the Nation:

"Beyond gatherings for the culmination of Mustache May, Cinco de Mustache and like events, there has been a recent uptick in festivities dedicated to the 'stache. Mustache parties are on the grow in cities across America."

Splitting Hairs, the movie:

"The film begins one year before the World Beard and Moustache Championships in Berlin, we meet Phil and Bruce at home, and learn of their ongoing rivalry. As Phil puts it: "it's whether he's the bigshot in America or I'm the bigshot in America." We also meet outspoken World Muskateer Champion Gary Johnson, who professes loyalty to no one."

Pubic Hair & Market Totalitarianism:

"If you've been fortunate enough to see -- one way or another -- much private anatomy in recent years, you'll be aware that we live in an age of de rigueur pubic (that's p-u-b-i-c, not p-u-b-L-i-c) shaving. Supposedly edgy and hip rather than creepy and infantilizing, this practice is truly rampant, from what I've (ahem) seen."


Depression Shaving v2.0:

"We keep a food pantry at our church for individuals who need it to get by. The other day one of our regulars asked for men's toiletries, toothpaste soap and shaving stuff. Shaving stuff? How could I not have thought of stocking up this essential of human worth and dignity? Kraft Dinner and canned soup are good for your belly, but what about your soul? So my question...what low-cost shaving products could I solicit as donations?"
Moustache in return to cabinet:
"The moustache has fallen into tragic disuse in recent years - and nowhere more so than in politics. Within seconds of being called to high office, once proud wearers of top lip upholstery have swallowed their pride and reached for the razor."


Image: superde1uxe at Flickr

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June 10, 2009

Deal: 30% Off Jack Black Exclusive Skincare Sets

Jack Black.jpgJack Black products are some of the best skincare and shaving stuff around, and right now, you can get 30% off of their exclusive skincare sets. Spend more than $70 and you get free shipping, plus you can get three free samples with each purchase. To get the 30% off, enter the coupon code "DCJACKBLACK".

Try the Skin Essentials Kit:

"Skin Care 101: Four essential daily skin care & shave products for healthy, great-looking skin. Easy to use and effective. A perfect introduction to the Jack Black line, and a great gift idea."

Or maybe you'd like the Body Revive Kit:

"A set to make you feel like a million bucks--without spending it. Includes full sizes of All-Over Wash, Pit Boss™ Antiperspirant & Deodorant, and New Body Rehab Scrub & Muscle Soak plus a travel size Cool Moisture Body Lotion. Everything you need to decompress after a tough day or tough workout."

Or perhaps the Haircare Essentials:

"Three, full size products guaranteed to keep hair and scalp healthy and flake free. The collection includes our new shampoo and conditioner plus our hair gel at a very special price. Packaged in Jack Black custom gift box ready for gift giving."

Any of these would make a great Father's Day gift!

Here are some more great Father's Day gift ideas, as well as some all-natural Father's Day gift ideas to get you thinking.

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June 9, 2009

Lube That Beard: Jack Black Beard Lube Conditioning Shave

jackblackbeardlube.jpgIf you haven't tried any Jack Black products, you're in for a treat. Jack Black is a great line of skin and shave products, made in the U.S.A.

For a great all-in-one shave treatment, try Jack Black Beard Lube. It's not just a shaving cream, it's also a pre-shave oil and a skin conditioner. With macadamia nut oil, jojoba and eucalyptus, Beard Lube leaves your skin feeling smooth and supple after the shave, and its light, see-through formulation makes shaving a breeze. It only takes a tiny bit of Beard Lube to cover your face, which means that a tube of it will last you a long time.

"The unique formula contains phospholipids - a rich source of essential fatty acids that are essential to the function of cell membranes - to bind moisture to the skin and support the natural skin barrier. The lightweight, penetrating formula not only helps prepare your beard by penetrating and softening whisker growth, it holds in moisture so your blade glides easily. Refreshes skin, too, for an easier, smoother shave and less razor burn."
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June 8, 2009

Ooh La La: French Facial Care from Tom Robinn

TR-1240.01 L.jpgOur skin is our largest organ, with almost 20 square feet covering our bodies! It takes a toll everyday, from exposure to sun, smog, dirt from our hands, and from everything we put inside our body. And when our skin isn't healthy, it shows on our face.

I just found a super product for cleansing and exfoliating, made specifically for men. It's Tom Robinn Paris Gommage Doux Exfoliant (I don't speak French, but their website calls it 'Safe Peeling', or Soft Exfoliating Cream). This exfoliating cream is made with apricot oil, jojoba oil, and papaya extract, and it smells awesome: complex and manly.

After using for the first time, my skin felt like it was glowing. I could see the difference immediately. My pores were clean and the dead skin cells were gone, yet my face felt fully moisturized. Most cleansers leave your skin dry, necessitating a moisturizer or lotion, but with Tom Robinn, all I needed was a rinse and I was done.

Your significant other is going to notice the difference right away, and the after-scent is sure to please...

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June 5, 2009

Celebrity Facial Hair Friday: Whiskers in the White House?

ObamaMoustache.jpgFrom the Daily Mail:

"A usually clean-shaven Barack Obama appeared to be growing a moustache as he delivered his much-anticipated message to the Muslim world from Cairo University.

Although faint, the U.S. president had a thin shadow above his upper lip, perhaps following in the footsteps of some of his close associates such as Attorney General Eric Holder and top advisor David Axelrod, who are both long-time stache aficionados.

But if Obama decides to turn that upper-lip warmer into a full-blown handlebar, he would become the first U.S. president since 1913 to have facial hair of any sort."

What do you think about a whiskered President?

Image: Fuzzy Gerdes at Flickr

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June 4, 2009

All-Natural Father's Day Gift Ideas 2009

everymanjackkit.jpgGot a dad, husband, or father who's concerned about the environment? A green guy?

Take a look at these all-natural Father's Day Gift Ideas:

Old Post Road Oils: Eco-Friendly Shaving Lubricant

"We created No. 4 Shaving Soap because we believe shaving foam has become obsolete. Natural soap provides the best lubrication for shaving. But not just any natural soap; it has to be extraordinarily mild.

The slightest bit of harshness will burn a face. And natural soaps today don't pass muster. That's why we developed No. 4 specifically for shaving. We threw out all the conventional wisdom and blended a natural soap that gives the fullness of lubrication without any of the harshness."

Every Man Jack Four of a Kind Kit - Fragrance Free: Dermatologist Tested, Fragrance Free, Ideal for Sensitive Skin

RetroRazor: A Greener and Cheaper Way to Shave

"The RetroRazor handle will last for years, and replacement blades cost at least 90 percent less than cartridges. Blades will run most users between 15 and 75 cents per week. Safety razor blades have very little packaging or materials, almost 97% less waste!

Kiss My Face Moisture Shave Fragrance Free:

"Fragrance Free Moisture Shave contains a moisturizing formula with antiseptic Peppermint to cool and stimulate, emollients Olive Oil and Coconut Oil and Aloe Vera for healing. Goldenseal heals and acts as an antiseptic. Arnica aids circulation. PH Balanced, contains no animal ingredients, no artificial colors."

Preserve Razor Triple: Recycled and Recyclable:

"If you shave with a cartridge razor, consider switching to the Preserve Razor Triple as a nod to the 'green' movement. Recycline makes the handles from 100% recycled plastics, including at least 65% recycled Stonyfield Farm yogurt cups, and provides a postage-paid label to mail in your worn-out or broken handle to be recycled. The recycled handles get a second life as plastic lumber for park benches, decks, etc."

More Father's Day Gift Ideas from Shaving Stuff


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June 3, 2009

Deal: Philips Norelco BG2020 Bodygroom Shaver

bodygroom1.jpgMan, the deals on the Bodygroom keep getting better!

Right now, the Philips Norelco BG2020 Bodygroom Shaver is only $25.99. Pick up yours today!

"The Philips Norelco BG2020 Bodygroom Shaver is the All-in-One grooming solution, exclusively for men that safely trims and shaves all body zones. With the Bodygroom, men can trim and shave hair from their chest & abs, underarms, groin area, legs, back and shoulders. Bodygroom features the very latest technology and ergonomic design to offer a convenient, easy and pain-free way to remove and trim body hair. Bodygroom's advanced design allows for it to be used wet or dry and even in the shower. Its hypoallergenic foil protects even the most sensitive skin against nicks, cuts or irritation, and its stainless-steel blades ensure long-lasting performance. The Bodygroom comes with many extras including a cleaning brush and convenient charging stand."
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June 2, 2009

Shaving News 6.2.09: Beard-a-thon, Down Under, and the Hairiest Contest,

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This week in Shaving the Web:

Washington Capitals Fans Raise More Than $42,000 with First Beard-a-thon:

"More than 2,000 fans participated in the Capitals Beard-a-thon, which encouraged fans to grow a beard themselves or make a financial donation in support of a Capitals player or a fan who elected to grow a playoff beard.

Manscaping The Land Down Under:

"Modern men (some of 'em) are embracing their feminine side as modern women (some of 'em) are becoming more masculine."

Bearded wonders gather for the hairiest contest in the world:

"There was a hairy moment or two at the weekend as the biennial World Beard and Moustache Competition got underway. After a few bristly rounds, David Traver from Anchorage, Alaska, was crowned the victor for his stunning woven beard and down-turned moustache. The prize beard measures over 20 inches long and was cultivated over a period of two-and-a-half years, before being plaited into the shape of a snowshoe."

Have you been to
uBeard.com
: A place for beards?

Finally, we have a razor with a shaving cream dispenser in the handle, the Titan.

"This all-in-one razor has real shaving cream inside the handle for up to a week or more of smooth, comfortable shaves per razor."

Image: freeparking at Flickr

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June 1, 2009

How To Shave Your Groin Video

According to Gillette:

  • 33% of U.S. men ages 24-34 shave, wax or trim hair below the neck
  • 60% of US. Men said one of the best reasons to body groom is to appear more attractive to a potential partner and nearly as many (57%) say that the best reason to body groom is to feel more confident
  • 57% of men would likely change their body grooming practices if they received a negative reaction from a sexual partner
  • 47% of women perceive a man who body grooms as confident (as opposed to metrosexual or feminine)
  • 55% of men feel most comfortable seeking a significant other's advice about body grooming
  • 66% of men never discuss body grooming with their friends
What do you think about it? Leave us a comment and tell us how you feel about manscaping.
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