For decades, manufacturers of cosmetics and accessories have separately produced men's and women's shaving razors. In appearance, they are no different, which raises a quite reasonable question: is there any difference between razors for "boys" and for "girls" with the exception of the color of the plastic handle?
There really is a difference between men's and women's razors and it lies in all sorts of little things. The color of the handle and head of the machine is not the only difference. By the way, the color of the material does not play any fundamental role, since the use of “masculine” cold or “feminine” soft colors is nothing more than a commercial move that exploits basic psychology. The main differences between the machines are, of course, in their technical aspect.
Firstly, razors for "girls" have a larger width and area of the working head (there are blades in it). This is due to the fact that women's machines are primarily used for shaving legs and intimate places. Boys' razors have smaller heads due to the fact that they shave mainly the face and neck. In this respect, a ladies' razor has to cover a large area at a time.
Secondly, men's razors have a large degree of inclination of the blades. This is due primarily to the fact that in this position, razor knives are much better at coping with coarse hair that grows on the face of a person's neck. In addition, the male and female looms have a different inclination and shape of the handle. For ladies' razors, the handle is positioned so that you can see the shaving result better. Men do not have such a need, since they shave in front of a mirror.
Some women prefer to use men's razors because the razors are generally considered to be sharper. In fact, this is not the case. The quantity, quality, degree of sharpness of the blades, as well as the number of "softening" strips depends solely on the brand and the cost of the razor, and not on its "gender".
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