If you’re going to cut your own hair, put those kitchen scissors away and get these wicked sharp hair shears made from Japanese stainless steel.
Makes your shower routine effortless, from shaving to removing makeup to brushing your teeth.
Designed to handle the thickest of toenails, no problem.
Small batch beard oils handmade in Nashville, Tennessee, each one named for a US national park and with a scent embodying the essence of that place.
Experience the comfort of a hot towel shave with every pass.
This meticulously designed and made shave set is a pleasure to look at, a pleasure to hold, and a pleasure to use.
Gets all the tangles out of your hair gently and easily, with minimal pulling or shedding.
This sleek, durable shaver is well suited for all your beard and nose/ear/body hair trimming needs.
This aluminum-free deodorant cuts odor and wetness without chemicals.
The best hair ties just got better.
Save your money because this economical shaver is solid and dependable as they come.
With just a couple of drops, and using plain water, you will get the closest, smoothest, and easiest shave you have ever had in your life.
This cordless, high-quality steel nose trimmer has a bright LED light that comes in handy when you need to get at those hard-to-reach and hard-to-see hairs.
A dual-sided wallet comb that will keep both your hair and wallet stylish.
Well-made nail cutters that are easy to handle and won’t let you down.
A stiff, German-made brush for removing dirt under and around your fingernails and/or toenails.
A nose hair trimmer that doesn’t suck (and more importantly, doesn’t pull hair).
A comb that lives in your wallet. ‘Nuff said.
We mention a lot of fancy gadgets and whatnot around here, but sometimes it’s good to think about the little things, like personal grooming. A common mistake I see people making is not taking care of the appearance of their nails—even people whose hands appear in close-up promo shots of iPhone apps (*shudder*). The first step to fixing this problem is getting…
Something I’ve noticed a lot of in the last few years is a renewed interest in the old-school, ritualistic style of shaving, often referred to as “wet shaving“. Guys are tossing out their modern shaving stuff in favor of the kind of gear their grandfather might have used back in the day, and in turn they’re getting a much more relaxing and…