Hmm...I never considered using an electric shaver for my shaving needs. But, I've been using disposables since I first began shaving, and I've had no big issues with them. I tend to use the dirt cheap, 5-in-a-bag ones, like BIC or Gillette for women or something, but there are other fancier ones out there that people tend to prefer for less of a likelihood of cutting yourself. Venus was popular a little while ago, and I have many people who will attest to the fact that they follow the contours of your body better.
------------------ Antes de un sueño, en la densidad que es la niebla del pensamiento en la noche, descubrí cuan dulce, cuan bello y cuan amable eres. En una plegaria, anoche, oré para que encuentres gran felicidad en tu vida, porque...no sé por qué...creo que la mereces. Jamás será el día en el que entiendas esto, y jamás te lo diré. No necesitas saberlo...vive y sé feliz.
Electric razors are easy, painless and quick. As with everything, it has its downfalls. The shave isn't quite as close. And it hurts like a mother under your armpits.
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