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For a timeless art like shaving, good advice never goes out of style. Here are some old-school insights that still apply today.
You put a lot of care and effort into growing and grooming that glorious soup sifter. So when the time comes to send it off, make sure you do it with the spirit and solemnity your ‘stache deserves.
The lead barber at Brooklyn’s Persons of Interest shows us a few favorites from his massive collection of restored—and fully functional—vintage safety razors.
Garrett Pike, lead barber at Persons of Interest in Brooklyn, shows us how to shave with a safety razor.
Comedian Nick Offerman shares his no-fail strategy for how to grow a mustache—and a bushy one at that.
While our correspondent—a frequent against-the-grain shaver—has long abided by spirit-based splashes, a chance encounter with a modern aftershave gel inspired a change of heart.
A new crop of A-listers is embracing less-than-full-coverage scruff. Find out how they’re pulling it off.
Despite what seem like rough odds, you can save money—and your face—at the same time.
Building a pre-stocked, no-assembly-required dopp kit is the simplest way to cut down on packing time.
The concept of shaving in the air has been mocked by everyone from Seinfeld to the makers of Airplane II: The Sequel. All jokes aside, there’s truly no better time to focus on personal hygiene.
The daily whisker removal process is a science unto itself—with all the specialized nomenclature to prove it. Here’s a cheat sheet.
What’s the difference between natural and botanical, sustainable and organic? As it turns out, a lot. Let us explain.
Call it what you like—scruff, 5 o’clock shadow, or designer stubble—maintaining a "lazy man’s beard" is far from a lazy man’s game.
The unforgettable Mr. Natty set up “camp” in our office to demonstrate a proper whisker wash.
Here’s how to maintain the perfect stubble when you’re miles away from your office.