Shavette Straight Razor - $55 If you are married to the convenience of disposable razors but are still trying to up your shaving game, Shavette has an interesting solution—a classic straight razor with disposable blades. No stropping or sharpening, just shaving the right way.
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The Shaveface Strop - The Strop comes from a time long ago, when barbers roamed the earth and dinosaurs needed a hot, close shave every few weeks. Every barber uses a strop for his straight razor to keep it in peak condition. But now man uses disposable blades and dinosaurs are extinct.
The Best Piping Tips | You can simply cut the tip off a pastry bag (if it’s disposable) to pipe a line of whatever width you desire, but if you want to pipe anything besides a straight line—or even if you just want to pipe a rounder, cleaner line—you should get a basic set of piping tips. The Ateco 14-Piece Cake Decorating Set features durable tips with no visible seams. It has all the variety you need for most basic (and some advanced) decorating tasks.
USE A STRAIGHT RAZOR Cheap, disposable safety razors are a bane upon our landfills and a pain to use after a few shaves. On the other hand, there’s nothing classier (or more eco-friendly) than an old-school straight-razor shave. Straight razors require a bit more of an investment up front and take some skill to master, but the rewards you reap are manifold—you could use the same razor for your entire life and look damn cool doing so.