March 21, 2006

The Scarsdale High School Beard Club

scarsdale.jpgA while back Gizmodo expressed their disbelief at the existence of our little shaving site. Now it's my turn. A high school beard site? Serious?

Well... yeah. Kinda.

A warm web welcome to the Scarsdale High School Beard Club, whose quest for official club status appears to be the main motivation. That and getting enough people together to go to a monster truck rally so that you don't feel like the lone loser. Amazingly these guys gotten some press by a few of the other beard blogs and sites. And now us.

But cry not for the poor scarred youth of Scarsdale, their dream has apparently come true. According to this post on the Beard Team USA Blog (more on that in the next few days), the kids have triumphed.

Congratulations to the Scarsdale High School Beard Club in Scarsdale, New York. The school recently granted the club official sanction, despite initial opposition, due to overwhelming support from the student body. The SHSBC is now the second largest club at Scarsdale High, with 41 members attending the second meeting. Good luck and keep up the good work!

You know... I watched this documentary recently about inner city kids whose schools had cut most programs, yet somehow ballroom dancing was allowed in and gave their lives purpose. Must be similar. Beard on.

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November 9, 2005

Get Your Groom On with BuzzSkin

Got an email about the launch of BuzzSkin, a new site featuring men's grooming products with an extensive array of shaving items.

We have a lot of solid shaving brands, and have a hip, new look. We're all about promoting shaving and men's grooming in general, and hope you can help spread the word. Take a look at our site, and let us know what you think! With brands like Anthony Logistics, Jack Black, Billy Jealousy and more - we have the hottest products available.

Regular readers of ShavingStuff will know that these are high-quality well-respected brands in the shaving world. No generic soapy harshness here.

There's also the buzzskin blog for daily updates and musings on shaving. Another shaving blog? Love it. Make sure you read far enough down to see the 15% off coupon code. Cha-ching! I think I just saved some money.

Great selection of the good stuff, and they show you the top five selling items in case you need a suggestion. Why don't more sites do this? Check them out -

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September 23, 2005

Weekend Reading -

shaveblog.jpgWhen we got picked up by Gizmodo last week they had trouble determining which was more unusual - a 5 bladed razor, or a blog devoted to shaving. Well, if yesterday's post about wasn't unusual enough, here's your weekend reading assignment - written by Corey Greenberg. And he's been on TV!

So I did a segment on NBC's Today Show about the lost art of wetshaving, and how old-school razors, badger hair shaving brushes, and high-end English shaving creams not only deliver the greatest shave you can possibly imagine, but bring back the pleasant, gentlemanly ritual that's been missing since the bloodbath of 1971 when Idi Amin led a coup to become ruler of Uganda and Gillette introduced the first twin-blade razor.

The writing on ShaveBlog is great. Tons of personality and personal experience. The focus is mainly on older single-blade razors, and Corey's contempt of multi-bladed systems is comical yet honest. He's a man after the perfect shave. What's so unusual about that?

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September 22, 2005

New Shaving Blog -

BarberBlogJust got an email from our friends over at SharpsUSA about their new blog We covered Sharps earlier in the month when they were having a great sale. Hope you took advantage of it. Now the guys are back with a new blog, covering all topics barbershop related from shaving to haircuts and other means of hair removal. My two favorite entries are the Jesus Shaves T-shirt and the guide to what type of moustache you should have depending on your face, nose, and mouth. I'm guessing my big mouth means I should go triangular.

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