Disposable Razors are ubiquitous. There’s no getting away from them in shops, on billboards, in magazines, and on the telly.
Surely since all of these companies are pushing disposables with nary a word about Safety Razors, that must mean something, right?
Here at Worthy and Spruce we see it as our duty to keep you up to date on all things cultural, especially whenever they have a bearded angle.
With that goal in mind, we had a good long chat with our favourite beard-related band; the aptly named - and incredibly talented - The Beards.
In this edition of Happy Hour, we're taking a closer look at the Martinez and talking to Jim Marshall from Gin Lane in Belgrave, Melbourne; a man who knows more than a thing or two about cocktails.
Continuing our series of interviews with the great and the good in Aussie culture.
This week we we had a chat with the inestimable street photography talent that is Tyson.
A Goatee, in modern understanding, most commonly refers to any facial hair focused upon the chin. The name almost certainly stems from the visual similarity between that and the tuft of hair found adorning the chin of the common goat.
The specifics of the style have changed with the passing of time and trends though. To that end, this week in The Prickly History of Beards we'll be delving a bit deeper into the Goatee.
Shining a spotlight on the great and the good in Aussie culture.
This week we have a chat with renowned Sydney street artist, illustrator, poet, and all round great chap; Mulga the Artist.
This week in man-skills; a step-by-step guide to shaving with a classic Double Edged safety razor.
If you've recently ditched your disposable and graduated to a classic safety razor, or you're considering it, here are the absolute essential tips to getting clean, close, knick-free results from your new kit.
We've been flat-chat here at Spruce HQ recently and so, more than ever before, we have a whoooole lot of developments to report.
For those of you who have missed any of the latest goings-on, here's the (not quite monthly, not quite quarterly) update on what you need to know.
It’s been another busy few weeks here at Worthy & Spruce HQ. With that in mind, here’s the skinny on all the latest goings-on around the office.
From competition winners, to new products, to our great new guest blogger; we've got you covered.
Well, you asked for it...or at least some of you did. All the latest goings on in the world of Worthy & Spruce, condensed and delivered directly to you eyeballs.
In today's edition; guest bloggers, chicken pluckers, competition winners and weird beards.
Ladies and Gentlemen welcome to Worthy and Spruce’s brand new series of articles; Life On The Razor’s Edge. Shining a spotlight on the great and the good in the world of barbering.
This week, Effie Violet Manton from Sweeney’s in Cremorne, Sydney.
Throughout history certain individuals have proven themselves memorable as much for their style as their story. One such individual is the inimitable Seasick Steve.
Seasick Steve, or Steven Gene Wold to his mother, is a contemporary American Blues musician famous for his storytelling, unusual instrumentation, itinerant ‘hobo’ lifestyle, incendiary live performances and, of course, his uniquely, roughshod style.
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