The Grooming Artist News Roundup: March 2016


Now that we’re on the verge of spring, our spirits are up and we’re looking forward to new beginnings and adventures outdoors. So this month, we’ve rounded up 7 life-changing European road trips that will have you exploring the rich art, culture, and history of the south of France and taking a grand tour of Italy’s greatest food hits. Prepare for your trip with a brand new pair of leather boots from UK-based Grenson, which just opened its first US store.

And while you’re at it, stock up on all your wet shaving travel essentials at our new storefront in Costa Mesa! Place an order online and pick it up in store, or simply visit us and feel free to browse before you buy!

Finally, we’re wrapping things up with some wet shaving advice and Oscars style lessons.


Ever been tempted by the allure of a vintage razor? Here’s how to restore old razors without too much frustration, using only household products. (Why I Wet Shave)

Styling advice we can all learn from the men at the Oscars: when you’ve got a divet in your shoulders, your suit doesn’t fit right. (GQ)

RoyalShave has a new storefront, and you should visit. Although you can also see a peek here on the blog. (Grooming Artist)

15 interesting tidbits about moustaches, including the fact that in the finals of the MLB Word Series, MLB teams with more overall facial hair usually win. (PPCORN)

Northampton-based brand Grenson has just opened its first U.S. store, landing on Elizabeth Street in Manhattan. Grenson has been crafting beautiful shoes and boots since the 19th century and will sure to become a mecca for shoe lovers. (Esquire)

The seven greatest European road trips you can take this spring/summer. (GQ)


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