Dorco, the best deal in razor blades and supplier of Dollar Shave Club, is taking 50% off their Pace Trial Pack today and throwing in free shipping for good measure. That’s a handle and 18 blades for under $15. The pack comes with 3-blade, 4-blade, and 6-blade cartridges, so you’ll get a chance to see which works best…
We’ve tallied up the nominations, and these are the four most popular trimmers for keeping your beard in check. See what readers had to say below, then vote for your favorite at the end of the post!
Nobody wants to see your nose hair, but it's easy to keep it at bay with this $10 trimmer from Panasonic.
Most electric shavers that use a rotary blade have them in sets of threes to make them more efficient at quickly hacking through your scruff, but it also means they can be pretty big. This compact alternative uses just a single rotary blade instead, so while it will take considerably longer to shave your entire face,…
Is shaving the best way to remove hair? Mehdi Sadaghdar emphatically answers yes after performing stunts for this video. He hilariously tries crazy alternative hair removal methods—burning it off and electrocuting it off, for example—and decides that shaving is so much easier than any other way.
There's a huge library of shaving product coverage across our network, but most of it revolves around choosing the right blade or method. Today we want to find the best shaving cream, so head for the comments section and nominate your choice.
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Taking 48% of your votes, the Braun Series 7 earns its place on your face as the best electric razor. With style, shower readiness, an automatic cleaning system, and generally fantastic performance, it’s a great choice for any shaver.
Last week we asked you which electric razors brought the closest shave and the best features. Now we've got our top five, and it's time to find a winner.
Death, taxes, and facial hair. Shaving can be a leisurely, spa-like experience with the right equipment and time, but more often than not it's just an annoying time drain, especially if you're required to do it for work. The electric razor is the most convenient of the shaving utensils, and this week we're going to…
I don't like shaving. In fact, I don't really know anybody that does. It's messy. It's time consuming. It's sometimes painful. I started using an electric shaver a while back, but I've still never been happy with it. The new Norelco 9700 gives me hope.
Half of what makes a paper cut so annoying and awful is that it comes from a seemingly safe and innocuous material. But designer Nadeem Haidary wants to change your opinion on the much hated accidental paper cut by harnessing it for good through an origami razor that can purportedly shave faces.
Today I found out how to drastically increase the life of your shaver razor blades, such as Gillette or Schick brand razors. This trick is incredibly simple and just as incredibly effective. It will also save you a nice chunk of change over time and make all your dreams come true.
Gillette just pulled back the curtain on its latest innovation, and guess what: It's not more blades. It's actually a new type of handle that swivels, inspired by men making funny faces when they shave. Gillette says this so-called FlexBall Technology is "shaving rebuilt." I'm not convinced.
Removing unwanted body hair has been a part of human hygiene since the dawn of history. Over the centuries, this practice has served to denote everything from high-ranking social status to acts of contrition. And as the tradition of shaving has evolved in step with global culture, so too have the tools of the trade.