3 years into wetshaving

Joined
Jan 16, 2018
Location
United States
So, since after my first year of wetshaving I decided to take pictures of my den to see how it changes over the years.


Here is what my den looked like after year one:
Here is what my den looked like after year two:
Here is my den as of today:
Its crazy to look back and see what I've used and what I have moved on from. At this point, I've found what suits me best brand wise and I'm not really looking into obtaining much of anything else :). Only things I'm still on the look for are Wolfman Razors and Declaration Brushes.

Pics for the lazy ;):






























 

fruityasu

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2018 Charity Auction Winner
Joined
Apr 15, 2018
Location
Melbourne
So, since after my first year of wetshaving I decided to take pictures of my den to see how it changes over the years.


Here is what my den looked like after year one:
Here is what my den looked like after year two:
Here is my den as of today:
Its crazy to look back and see what I've used and what I have moved on from. At this point, I've found what suits me best brand wise and I'm not really looking into obtaining much of anything else :). Only things I'm still on the look for are Wolfman Razors and Declaration Brushes.

Pics for the lazy ;):






























Fantastic post @JohnB413 and great collection over the course....😎😎😎
 

SpeedyPC

Active Member
Grand Society
2017 Sabbatical Fail
2018 Charity Auction Winner
Joined
Jan 19, 2016
Location
The Land of Extra Cheesy
So, since after my first year of wetshaving I decided to take pictures of my den to see how it changes over the years.


Here is what my den looked like after year one:
Here is what my den looked like after year two:
Here is my den as of today:
Its crazy to look back and see what I've used and what I have moved on from. At this point, I've found what suits me best brand wise and I'm not really looking into obtaining much of anything else :). Only things I'm still on the look for are Wolfman Razors and Declaration Brushes.

Pics for the lazy ;):






























As a Senior Structural Revit Designer (medically retired), I can see your top shelve is slightly bending in the middle is going to need some extra support :smuggrin::smug:
 
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