The Fall/Winter 2010 Book For Men, edited by SHARP Magazine For Men, is an authoritative book on style, accessories, automobiles, advice, watches, suits, and everyday trends for the modern man. Its 193 pages are filled with everything a man desires, but it also serves as an essential reference guide. A section called the MANual includes topics such as A Brief Guide to Grooming, The Daily Shaving Checklist, A History of Shaving and How To Shave With a Straight Razor. » Read the rest of this entry «
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October 26th, 2010 § 0
Halloween is around the corner, and the one thing on our minds is candy: candy corn, lollipops, tootsie rolls, and marshmallows. But before you can relish the Halloween delights, you need to address that little bit of scary razor burn on your neck. Unsightly and uncomfortable redness and irritation can be the scariest costume. » Read the rest of this entry «
October 21st, 2010 § 1
Their shaving creams had not been produced for many years, which prompted many an enthusiast to look for substitutes, try to get a hold of some new old stock, dehydrated as they might be, or hoard them. Their tea tree shaving cream was highly appreciated and considered to be right in line with Geo F Trumper creams, but for a smaller price. » Read the rest of this entry «
October 8th, 2010 § 0
James Bronnley is a traditional grooming line dating back to 1884, when soap maker Jimmy Bronnley set out to create the perfect soap. Though not as well known as other English purveyors of toiletries for men, Bronnley bears a Royal Warrant and produces a fine line of traditional shaving supplies.
Mike Sandoval of Shaving 101 characterizes the line’s signature aroma as…
…a classic citrus scent described as a blend of Seville Oranges and Bergamot with a base of herbs, spices, cedar, and oak moss. The fragrance is very consistent among the (…) products in the men’s line and a welcome departure from the usual lime, sandalwood, rose, etc. offerings from other shaving manufacturers. The fragrance of the shaving cream is well balanced and I found it to be very pleasant.
James Bronnley continues to produce fine toiletries using traditional methods, in the heart of the English countryside. Discover its superior quality, derived from natural ingredients sourced from around the world.