Which Razor is Best? | Cartridge Vs Electric Vs Straight Vs Safety Vs Disposable Razors

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Video Summary:
0:44 – Straight Razor
1:37 – Cartridge Razor
5:14 – Safety Razor
6:39 – Disposable Razor
7:42 – Electric Razor

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Comments

Arne De Backer says:

I’m a young guy, only 19… but since i started shaving with a straight razor, i have less and less irritation the more i shave.
Once you get the hang of the movement and the alignement, nothing will shave as smooth

Nicholas Alexiou says:

How about using a weed whacker?

dark side83 says:

Feather

Srys # says:

Shavette is another option he didn’t mention. No need to sharpen and the myth that it’s harder to do or a rougher shave isn’t true (use it for 3 years now).

Spinal2111 says:

On the note of safety razors – a friend of mine suggested getting an older one from the 50s-70s so I purchased a Gillette one from the early 1960s and it works amazing, and it seems thats where the money is (for the new ones) the angle of the blade when the cap is screwed down onto it. The best part, it was under $20.

Jawnboi says:

I like the shave of the cartridge but I like the convenience of the electric more, faster and easier

Carlos Diaz says:

Xtreme 3 from schick, competitive price, the job is done, and each one last a lot of time.

Naz says:

When ad info is longer than the reviews!!

lop227 says:

Safety is best, disposable is worst

Arya Dario says:

Knife Razor is the best

pump20 says:

For most black men, they use the trimmers such as Andis T-outliner because of the curly and wiry hair and also their skin is so sensitive and they have coarse thick heavy hair. They afraid to use the razor blades even with one blade on their faces because they can give razor bumps and ingrown hairs. The trimmers cut the hair but not close enough to get a smooth face. For me personally, I use the norelco oneblade trimmer and the bump free electric shaver such as andis and wahl. It’s very important to use electric shaver that is bump free because depending on the brand and the power electric razors can sometimes give bumps. Don’t use super close foil wahl because it can sometimes cause irritation. Use sensitive foil head wahl brand. After I shave, I use the tweezer to pluck the hair out of my face.

Stefan says:

It took me a few years to really perfect my technique, but it’s safety razor for me! I even take it TDY now

ChannelWatcher0808 says:

The kind of razor I’m looking for is one with long lasting blades, can’t cut me and roast proof it doesn’t matter if it can do close shaves dose anyone know any razors like that?

Jolly Yellow says:

Another big disadvantage to the Safety Razor is travel. In the US you will almost certainly not be able to have safety razor blades in your carry on bag and they will likely get picked up in checked bag.

Real Men Real Style says:

http://www.dollarshaveclub.com/realmen – Thanks to our sponsor Dollar Shave Club new members get their 1st month of the Executive Razor with a tube of their Dr. Carver’s Shave Butter for ONLY $5 with FREE shipping.  That’s a $15 value. After that razors are just a few bucks a month. Exclusively at:  http://www.dollarshaveclub.com/realmen

http://www.realmenrealstyle.com/best-razor-type/ – Click here to read the article – Which Razor Is BEST For YOU?

Video Summary:
0:44 – Straight Razor
1:37 – Cartridge Razor
5:14 – Safety Razor
6:39 – Disposable Razor
7:42 – Electric Razor

shanu mansuri says:

My favorite safety razor

Debbie321lopez says:

I don’t have the luxury or curse of a lot of facial hair (and yes my youtube name suggests I am of the female kind). But when I do I prefer the straight razor. As a knife collector it’s the most common way of shaving. One time I shaved myself with a scimitar. Cool way but never again.

9897samf says:

Electric razor, Panasonic Arc 4 for me. I have tried cartridge and DE razors in the past, and they all resulted with the same problem: roast-beef razor burn on my neck, resulting in bumps.

wiiztec says:

I just use disposable razors and don’t dispose them, never had a problem

BLUE KAOS says:

I’ve tried a straight and safety. Both are nice but just a hassle at time because of the learning curve and time it does take to actually shave. I’ve tried different brand cartridge types and just come to learn I’m a Gellete man occasionally I do use the straight after a haircut for edge ups as it leaves clean straight lines. To each their own.

Adam Roth says:

The movie is great but you don’t need to exaggerate about how long it takes to learn how to use a straight razor. I became decent with one in about 2 weeks.
That said, they are easy to learn but hard to master. And they are absolutely worth it. Though gun to my head, safety razor is the best. It provides the closeness of a straight with easier technique.

Jurgen 9 says:

Safety razor ftw

Jake Rivas says:

I use the safety razor. Had all types. Dollar shave club razors to philips electric razor which broke on me and now it’s just there. To me I get the best shave ever with my safety razor

Andres Enriquez says:

Straight razor all day or safety for me super clean shave

Sonny Trejo says:

My favorite razor is an old style straight blade… I actually own a straight razor that requires replacement of the single blade which is convenient so no sharpening. Excellent for comfort and minimal razor rash and a close shave that lasts at least 2days. I have very coarse /thick facial hair and with a second pass I find myself with a baby face. I’ve tried an electric razor in the past that I didn’t really care for… May have been because of the quality… however, I did purchase mid-grade electric razor not a high end… am thinking of trying a higher end electric razor for faster convenience but am afraid of razor rash or irritation

I like to SHAVE by Massimo Mangani says:

I use the electric razor but when I have time I prefear safety razor.

Kash says:

I’m someone that always gets irritation after shaving. Thankfully I have barely any facial hair and can shave every 2nd or 3rd day and appear clean shaven.
After watching this video I am considering trying a safety razor. I’ve been through nearly every cartridge razor around and can’t seem to get my face ingrown free.

African Chili says:

I just started shaving and I tried an electric razor first and it sucked now I moved on to a cartridge razor and so far so good

Sammy Derrick says:

As a young black man,(although I haven’t shaved my beard in over a year)here is my ranking…
5.Straight Razor-Too much irrational and ingrown hairs.
4.Safety Razor-Never used it.
3.Cartridge Razor-It’s okay but kinda expensive…
2.Disposable Razor-This is my angel through out high school(I started shaving at 15)
1.Electric Razor-THE BEST!!!

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kartik chowdary says:

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Lee Dowsett says:

I use the Phillips one blade which is an electric razor in it’s own league. But before I use to use a trimmer with a good disposable now and again

Bill Cassill says:

I used the Micro Touch 3: http://a.co/2ruHZra

I’ve tried everything, electric, safety, many different cartridge, all but cut-throat blade.

Micro Touch 3 advertises a month’s worth of shaves per blade, so, supposed to get a year out of the 12 in their “kit”.

I sometimes get as long as 5 or 6 weeks out of a single cartridge, so, they do seem to work best for me from all that I’ve tried up till now.

Safety blades did a great job, but, I butchered myself pretty often. Just couldn’t get the technique down, I guess.

David Osborne says:

easy. safety razer and a nice pampering shavette at the weekend

BigmikeT1U says:

De razors over all.

Paul Schmidt says:

I’ve used 4 or 5 different cartridge razors, right now in my cabinet are a Fusion, a Mach 3 and a Schick Hydro; Tend to keep the handles, even when I quit using the razor, they all have one common feature, then are stupid expensive, especially here in Canada, where the last 4 piece box of Fusion blades was $45….. I also have a foil type electric, and the problem with it, is that it’s just not a good shave, after six months, I think the blade is getting dull, and they are expensive to replace too….

Thinking of trying a safety razor, maybe a cheaper one, saw one, with good reviews on Amazon for under $20, keep the electric for travel and touchup shaves when I need some tidying up later in the day….

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