Discussion in 'Off-topic Zone' started by CliffnMesquite, May 30, 2010.
Well at least as close as a #1 guard on my trimmer would let me. I feel... Liberated!
Get a blog.
Good for you!
I'm using a #2 now, but was a #1 for a while, and at #0 (razor) for several years too.
The thing I first noticed at #1 (and #0) was increased sensitivity to slight breezes and/or airflow within rooms.
It was like having antennae ....
I am sitting on the...patio.
Now go burn your bra... :
I shaved my head once after my wife wanted to give me a haircut. Anyway, it was very sensitive to breezes and the toque (or winter hat) I had to wear for the Edmonton winter.
No picture; didn't happen.
Cool, I did this about 3 weeks ago, but I let it all grow back .
Better yet, a twitter account.
If you give me $20, I won't tell you what I did shave.
If you so much as mention anything involving merkins, I'm out of here.
when I first shaved my head using the 1 guard, washing the scalp felt weird as hell. It was all soft and kind of squishy.
Currently trying to convince the wife and kids that I need to do this, they are all dead set against it. I think they are going to be in for a surprise on afternoon...
Enjoy the breeze, sir.
There is no real muscle and multiple layers of connective tissue of different densities between the skin and the skull. It is quite unlike any other part of the body.
luulz...CZ is turning into facebook!
I volunteered to have mine shaved in 87 and never again. I'd look like Curly Howard.
I'd suggest starting with a #2. Then evaluate if you want to go even shorter.
I don't know if this applies to you, but another consideration for lighter skinned people is that going straight to #1 (or #0) means serious whitewalls.
Next step: take off the guard.