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Wilkinson Sword #Dadication

49% of UK dads will go without a hug or a kiss on the 15th June

Now, you will have noticed that when it comes to wet-shave razors, you’ll only really see Wilkinson Sword on Manface; why? Because they’ve been my weapons of choice since starting with the Hydro3 and I won’t be moved; they’re the best. The Wilkinson Sword Hydro5 is the best razor in existence.

So this Father’s Day, rather than just putting a moustache motif on some naff box plastered with ‘Happy Father’s Day’, Wilkinson Sword have gone above and beyond, commissioning a study into the nation’s relationship with their dads.

I was shocked by the results as I’m very open with my step dad, but from time to time saying “I love you”, I don’t know, feels, odd? It’s not that I don’t mean it, because I really do and I’m anything but macho, but sometimes it doesn’t seem like the ‘manly’ thing to do.

As well as setting up a ‘Dad-ications’ video booth at London’s Southbank, Wilkison Sword are giving you the last minute chance to win a personalised Hydro5 Razor; the perfect gift for Father’s Day. Make sure you get him something he deserves this Sunday and show him how much you love him; and for god’s sake give him a hug!

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Harvey Specter
Posted at 01:13 November 20, 2018
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Harvey Specter
Posted at 17:45 June 10, 2014
Beauty & The Boy(Andrew James)
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I love King of Shaves better :P ive never tried wilkinson sword i always see it as a sort of cheapy brand i know that might not be the case but yeah haha

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    Harvey Specter
    Posted at 21:33 June 10, 2014
    Thom Watson
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    Honestly try it. I rate WS well above KoS (which I found in £Stretcher a few weeks back I might add!). Their razors are competitively priced but not the cheapest by a long shot. I highly suggest giving them a go. x

Harvey Specter
Posted at 17:45 June 10, 2014
Andrew James
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I love King of Shaves better :P ive never tried wilkinson sword i always see it as a sort of cheapy brand i know that might not be the case but yeah haha

http://www.beautyandtheboy.com

    Harvey Specter
    Posted at 21:33 June 10, 2014
    Thom Watson
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    Honestly try it. I rate WS well above KoS (which I found in £Stretcher a few weeks back I might add!). Their razors are competitively priced but not the cheapest by a long shot. I highly suggest giving them a go. x

Harvey Specter
Posted at 14:06 June 10, 2014
BRENT SMITH
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What a naff object. I am surprised at your lapse of taste, Thom.

    Harvey Specter
    Posted at 14:09 June 10, 2014
    Thom Watson
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    Ha! I understand where you’re coming from and in all fairness, it’s not the prettiest piece of kit going, but, and I must stress this, it’s the best goddamn razor I’ve ever used. I’m prone to appalling skin irritation and this stops the lot.

    Harvey Specter
    Posted at 14:18 June 10, 2014
    BRENT SMITH
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    Thom, cara mio, I use the 3-blade one (don’t know what it’s called because it’s in a Trumpers handle) but I’m getting e-mailed by Gentlemans Gazette telling me of the benefits of shaving soap and a brush. I’ve never tried it. Have you? I’m asking because, well, you’re the expert!

    Harvey Specter
    Posted at 21:34 June 10, 2014
    Thom Watson
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    Shaving soap *blows raspberry* but a brush, DEFINITELY! I’ve taken to using LUSH Prince Shaving Cream and after smothering my face in it, use a badger hair brush (The Body Shop do a cruelty free brush if that bothers you) and massage it in. It softens the hair, gets the lubricating cream/gel/foam everywhere and just makes for a better shave!

    Harvey Specter
    Posted at 14:13 June 12, 2014
    BRENT SMITH
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    Thom, thanks for that. I never thought of using gel or foam with a brush! I use Champneys Spa Essentials gel at the moment and it’s brilliant, so, just to prove I actually do follow some of your advice I will be off to the local Body Shop for a badger brush this afternoon. If I want something I must have it NOW! You know the feeling..?

Harvey Specter
Posted at 14:06 June 10, 2014
BRENT SMITH
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What a naff object. I am surprised at your lapse of taste, Thom.

    Harvey Specter
    Posted at 14:09 June 10, 2014
    Thom Watson
    Author

    Ha! I understand where you’re coming from and in all fairness, it’s not the prettiest piece of kit going, but, and I must stress this, it’s the best goddamn razor I’ve ever used. I’m prone to appalling skin irritation and this stops the lot.

    Harvey Specter
    Posted at 14:18 June 10, 2014
    BRENT SMITH
    Author

    Thom, cara mio, I use the 3-blade one (don’t know what it’s called because it’s in a Trumpers handle) but I’m getting e-mailed by Gentlemans Gazette telling me of the benefits of shaving soap and a brush. I’ve never tried it. Have you? I’m asking because, well, you’re the expert!

    Harvey Specter
    Posted at 21:34 June 10, 2014
    Thom Watson
    Author

    Shaving soap *blows raspberry* but a brush, DEFINITELY! I’ve taken to using LUSH Prince Shaving Cream and after smothering my face in it, use a badger hair brush (The Body Shop do a cruelty free brush if that bothers you) and massage it in. It softens the hair, gets the lubricating cream/gel/foam everywhere and just makes for a better shave!

    Harvey Specter
    Posted at 14:13 June 12, 2014
    BRENT SMITH
    Author

    Thom, thanks for that. I never thought of using gel or foam with a brush! I use Champneys Spa Essentials gel at the moment and it’s brilliant, so, just to prove I actually do follow some of your advice I will be off to the local Body Shop for a badger brush this afternoon. If I want something I must have it NOW! You know the feeling..?

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