10 men were asked to look in the mirror and share their shaving stories.
Kanyi recalls the ‘daily indignity' of shaving he and his father shared growing up.
Paul on how he views grooming as artwork in shaping his appearance to the outside world.
JoeKenneth on his Brooklyn upbringing and why it’s important to tell our stories in the world today.
Mir stresses the importance of grooming as it relates to religion and wellness.
Ajene on how Bevel helps him own his identity.
Michael speaks about being a person of color and how it creates common ground.
Tristan Walker, our founder & CEO, speaks about the lessons he’ll teach his son when he starts shaving.
Kyme remembers how his grandfather taught him to shave.
Rich speaks about his skin health and why he chooses to shave with Bevel, everyday.
Broderick on why he became his own barber.