SOTD - May 15, 2018


Shaving Product Review - Eufros "Dama de Noche"

Value (Cost, Packaging and Performance)

Lather (Density, Glide and Feel)

Post-shave (Healing, Moisture and Feel)

Scent (Quality, Strength and Longevity)

Each bar has three metrics, each representing 33% of the total (11% = below-avg, 22% = avg, 33% = above-avg, except cost)

Going full tilt on the jasmine theme today with Eufros Dama de Noche (Night Jasmine) in #soap and #balm with a Barrister and Mann Romance in Middlesex County #EdT finish!

Check out my in-depth review of Rosas from the older Regular Line for some #Eufros history and backstory, as well as my prior in-depth review of Dama de Noche for a review of this particular software. Long story short, the solitary single note here is jasmine; rich and sultry. I decided to follow up with the lovely #BarristerMann scent Romance in Middlesex County which I reviewed previously as well. It has top notes of apricot, tangerine, ho wood and cardamom; middle notes of coffee, lily of the valley and fresh laundry; and base notes of jasmine, tobacco, musk, oakmoss and sandalwood. Notice a theme? Check out other jasmine-centric software such as Sinfonia which adds apricot, or of course a lot more software with jasmine.

Hardware included the custom "mild version" #TimelessRazor with a .68 blade gap with a smooth top cap and solid bar base plate, a titanium #Stork handle and a #PolSilver blade on shave five. The brush is courtesy of #LowbornSupply in black and white called Cosmic Frost and sporting a Tuxedo knot that's 24mm. The #GTP scuttle closes out the hardware.

Sweet shave, sweet scent(s) today! Jasmine is a lovely floral; perhaps not for everyone... Especially the Romance in Middlesex County. It's dialed up to eleven and I'd call it unisex. I'm a fan, though I only have tester sizes.