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Are razor blades better than using electric shavers for facial hair (shaving)? Watch

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    Hi guys, I was just wondering as to whether I would be better of using a razor blade to cut some facial hair off. My electric shaver does not do a good job, I got this currently:

    http://www.argos.co.uk/static/Produc...er/4433460.htm

    But the foil part doesn't even shave my facial hair properly. In fact, it barely even catches my hair, so would I be better off using foam and a razor blade?

    Any ideas/suggestion would be appreciated.
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    Well yeah, of course. You'll get a closer shave from a razor.
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    Yeah, what the guy above said. I just got done shaving my face with an electric shaver and you can't see any stubble on my face but you can still feel it. If I was to rub the back of my hand hard enough on my face I'd probably generate some static electricity. :laugh:

    But it does make a good hand scratcher though. :yep:
 
 
 
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