Wet Shaving, Luxury Grooming and Smiles

Don't forget about all the great "extras" that go along with a really good shaving experience. Here at West Coast we have all the things you didn't know you needed.

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Shaving Bowls & Mugs
Shaving Bowls & Mugs
Shaving Stands
Shaving Stands
Razor Strops & Hones
Razor Strops & Hones
Shaving Mirrors
Shaving Mirrors
Shaving Towels
Shaving Towels
Dopp Bags & Cases
Dopp Bags & Cases
Travel
Travel
Barber Supplies
Barber Supplies
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Other Products
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We carry all those accessories to make shaving easier, more streamlined, and in many cases, just. . . better! Bowls for creams and soaps, shaving stands to hold your razor, strops to keep your blades sharp, and lots of the best travel supplies on the market for when you're on the go and still want to take time for your morning shaving ritual. We also love all of our barber friends so much that we set up a whole section just for them!

Shaving Accessories Reviews
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Colonel Conk Shave Mug
I went back to the old way of shaving using brush and mug. The Colonel Conk Shaving Brush is a quality mug. The only "con" is the depth of the mug. If you are using a small soap puck, you have to reach to get to the shaving soap. Of course, this is a minor factor. I am just being honest. I would recommend this product.
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Great for traveling. Great soap at home
The twist up design is aa wonderful traveling design. I rub it on and face lather. Very good soap: lathers easily, and has good cushion and glide. Doesn't dry out my face. I like the scent. The puck is cheaper, but not as convenient for travel. I own both. Top notch soap. A little goes a long way.
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Like soap
Like soap
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Tube Roller Key
great little device for rolling up the toothpaste tube
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Classy
beautifully made.
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good usability, nice little gem I've had two.
I dropped and broke my first bowl so I bought another since I like the design. The first one had a opening large enough to just fit a Pre de Provence Shaving soap tin and it helped keep my wash basin area cleaner and less cluttered. The second one had a more pronounced overhanging lip that facilitates scraping my brush off when whipping up a lather but it does not allow my Tin to be placed inside of it like the first one. This is an indication that yes, they are all hand made and no two are alike. When left to soak in hot water, it will keep the lather warm for a while but since my water isn't that hot it can't keep it warm for the second shave pass ( I use the bowl to whip up a lather rather than hold the soap puck itself). The second lather is juuuuuust barely warm or a tiny bit cool. The bowl does keep the lather from spilling out both during the Lather whipping stage and the face application stage. I also use this bowl to sanitize my razor; it has both the depth needed to fully submerge the shaving head in hydrogen peroxide (or barbicide if you prefer that). Other than those features, it does what any other bowl or mug does, but it's a nicer looking bowl, handles well and since its made in the USA, it means I'm helping employ another 'murican :-) .



MY only complaint is that it doesn't let me place my pre de provence tin inside like it did the other.