We arrived in Buffalo, New York for a family visit. The typical way to enjoy this town during the day is to take a stroll to THE MALL. Oh yes, the retched smell of Abercrombie eau de toilette and the endless glitter of silverfish tiles.  What more could we ask for?

Apparently, to our fate, just one month ago a new store, The art of shaving had opened. They too are promoting the Movember movement by giving short in-store lessons on how to achieve the perfect shave: Prepare, Lather Up, Shave, and then Moisturize. How simple. Well, in fact, when using the right products, it really is.

We brought home a sandalwood scented shaving kit and followed the four essential steps.

#1 The preparation step requires a lathering of an oil-based substance that creates a protective layer between the blade and your face.

#2 Second, apply the shaving cream by using a badger-hair based brush. This is a really old school handle, but proved critical for equally dispersing the cream on my face.

#3 The shaving part is self explanatory; taking off every millimeter of fuzzy scratchiness.

#4 The finishing touch was simply rubbing in the alcohol-free moisturizer.

The result: My girlfriend hasn’t given me these many kisses since I bought her her first pair of shoes.
So gentlemen, this little secret is now yours to use.

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  1. Yves #
    November 3, 2012

    are the kisses caused by the moisturizer or yout “marcelleken?” :p

    • Baroness Line #
      November 3, 2012

      Both :)!

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