7 Best Razors for Shaving Your Head (Top 2019 Brands Reviewed)

Fashions come and fashions go, and that includes hairstyles.

Just take a look at your parents’ wedding photos for a quick idea of just how fast and far fashions can change over the years!

One style that is pretty much immune from the fashion cycle though is having no hair at all.

Whatever the reason for choosing it, a shaved head is a universal, no-nonsense style choice that has numerous benefits.

Getting that shaved head on the other hand much harder than many men assume. 

Finding a razor with the power to remove what is actually quite a lot of hair whilst also being kind enough to stop you looking like Freddy Kruger is your barber is a tough task.

QUICK OVERVIEW: Best Razors for Shaving Your Head

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Gillette Mach 3
  • Protect skin from redness
  • Long-lasting comfort
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MERKUR Classic Double Edge Safety Razor
  • Durable and precise
  • Well suited to head shaving
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BIC Silky Touch Twin Blade Disposable Razor
  • Twin bladed
  • Ideal for on-the-go touch-ups
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Gillette Fusion5 ProGlide
  • A shave you barely feel
  • Great for hard-to-reach areas
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Merkur Extra Long Safety Razor
  • Extra long handle for easy handling
  • Uses inexpensive double edge blades
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HeadBlade ATX Head Shaving Razor
  • Excellent innovative design
  • Good cutting power
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Schick Hydro Sense Hydrate Razors
  • Shock absorb technology
  • Flip trimmer for hard-to-reach areas
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In this article, we’re going to check out the best razors for shaving your head so you can be sure to get the job done right.

If your considering going electric, be sure to check out our best electric head shavers article.

Use the table of contents below to jump to the sections most important to you.

Table of Contents

Things to Consider When Selecting the Best Razor for Shaving Your Head

Before we get to our review section, we’ll highlight some of the features that you should consider as you read our reviews.

Remember them, and they will help you to find the right razor to suit your needs, as each feature will be more or less important depending on what you’re looking for in the manual razor to shave to your precious skull.   

1. Length


Length of Razor

We’ve highlighted the length of each product, which is going to be in the range of 3 to 4 inches, generally speaking – and that usually excludes the razor head.

Just bear in mind that a longer handle can be harder to control but does allow for easier access to the harder to reach parts of your head.

A shorter handle is going to be easier to control, with the cutting edge(s) held closer to your fingertips for easier manipulation.

On the other hand, you have to reach more to get to the hard to reach areas as you can adjust the cutting angle so easily with a shorter handle.

2. Number of Blades


You are going to see anything from one to five blades on the razors we look at below.

Don’t assume that a five-blade design is automatically going to deliver a closer shave than a single blade design.

We have a couple of safety razors on our list for example.

They only have a single blade (double sided) but are capable of delivering a closer shave than possibly any other razors on the list.

Multi-blade cartridges are though faster and generally easier to use, making them an ideal razor design for everyday or frequent use.

3. Grip


The grip is important because it is literally how you hold the razor.

If it feels well weighted and intuitive in your hand, it is going to be easier for you to learn to use the razor effectively.

Master your razor and you will quickly cut your hair or eliminate completely cuts, nicks and razor burn.

4. Ease of Use


Difficulty of razor

We have given each razor a ranking of Easy, Medium or Difficult.

Think of it this way.

With a razor marked as Easy, we would expect you to be able to take it out the box and shave with it straight away and achieve good results.

Medium and Difficult require a little experience and practice to get the best results.

Medium and Difficult razors will generally result in the closest and smoothest shaves – provided they are used correctly!

Just consider how close a finish you need, and how much effort you are willing to put into mastering your razor when looking at the Ease of Use rating.

5. Flexible Head


Flexibility of razor head

Last but not least we have highlighted which razor designs come with a flexible head.

This will be a pivoting joint, sometimes a ball, found at the tip of the handle, beneath the cartridge.

It can help to make the razor easier to wield, as it will adapt the shaving angle of the cartridge automatically, cutting down on the risk of cuts or irritation.

On the other hand, it can make it harder to achieve a very close finish.

Also, flexible heads are only to be found on replaceable cartridge style razors like the Gillette ProGlide.

You have to factor in the cost of replacing these cartridge blades if you want a flexible head design.


The 7 Best Razors for Shaving Your Head of 2019

1. Gillette Mach 3

Gillette Mach3 Men's Razor

The Gillette Mach 3 is a classic razor, one of the earliest multi-blade designs and the first one to really take off with mainstream popularity.

Now one of the simpler designs on the market, this classic design can still perform well.

Specs

Who Is It Best For?

Any man looking for a simple, straightforward razor that is very easy to use.

Key Features

The Mach 3 was launched way back in 1998, the culmination of $750 million worth of research by the Gillette company.

This research was backed by a phenomenal marketing campaign that seemed to have the razor plastered across every TV screen and billboard at the turn of the century.

Add in the fact that it is just a really well designed and built razor that provides a very effective shave and you can understand why it has remained so popular all these years later.

Of particular relevance whilst thinking of head saving though is the fact that this razor was designed to be very, very easy to control.

It’s really no wonder that a quick poll of the Prim & Prep office revealed that the Mach 3 was the first razor the majority of us used – it’s the perfect training razor. 

That’s because it is well weighted to sit easily in the hand.

At 4 inches long it is a little shorter than some other designs too, helping to keep the cutting blades as close to your fingertips (and under control) as possible.

Plus it just feels nice in your hand, as intuitive to wield as a pen or a fork.

It has now long been supplanted by fancier designs from both Gillette and from other rivals, many of which we will look at later in this article.

But the Mach 3, by virtue of its ease of use and small size is very well suited to head shaving.

The famous 3 blades now seem a little on the mild side, considering there are now razors on the market with 5 or even 6 blades.

But the 3 blade configuration still has plenty of shaving power and is more than capable of handling head hair and providing a clean finish.

If there is a downside to the Mach 3, it is the same issue it has had since it launched – the cartridge rip-off controversy.

It’s no secret that each cartridge costs a few cents to produce, but retail for a far, far higher price, with some reports suggesting the mark-up, could be as high as 4,750% (!)

That sticks in the craw a little, but if you can stomach regularly handing over a fair chunk of your hard earned cash for new cartridges, the Mach 3 is, without doubt, an excellent razor that is perfectly suited for head shaving. 

Check out the hundreds of customer reviews here on Amazon.


2. MERKUR Classic Double Edge Safety Razor

MERKUR Classic Double Edge Safety Razor

The next item for your consideration is this double edge safety razor.

It is of a timeless design style, but does it have enough about it to remain a relevant design in today’s multi-blade dominated razor world?

Specs

Who Is It Best For?

A man who is looking for a very close shave – but is also willing to put in the time to perfect their technique.

Key Features

You know what guys, if you want to dance, then we should leave your friends behind.

Because if your friends don’t dance then they’re no friends of mine, get me?

Yeah, we’re talking Safety Dance guys!

Check Notes

Sorry!

We’re talking safety razors.

Maybe not as much fun as the Safety Dance but ultimately much more useful when it comes to shaving your dome – and that is what we’re here for today after all.

Safety razors as we know them have been around since the early 20th Century.

They fell out of fashion for a little while, replaced by the shiny attraction of multi-blade cartridge razors like the Mach 3.

But they never entirely went away, being kept alive by a dedicated band of shavers who respected the history of the safety blade – and also recognized that safety blades could be relied upon to deliver a crazy close shave time after time.

 It is for that latter reason that this safety razor from MERKUR has found its way onto our list.

If you want a close shave and a smooth finish, then this razor could be the one for you – close shaves and smooth finishes are what safety razors are all about.

There are a number of other positives too.

Replacement blades are crazy cheap, we’re talking a few cents per blade.

You can also change up your shave experience by choosing a different blade.

(Wondering where you can find a comprehensive guide to the best safety razors on the market right now?

Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered there too).

This particular razor from MERKUR is especially well suited to head shaving.

It is crazy small, barely 3 inches long, making it nice and easy to maneuver around your head.

The German steel construction feels nice and tough, which the etched knurls on the handle make it easy to grip even in wet conditions.

If we’re going to throw a fly into the soup, it is the same issue that all safety razors have, they are not as easy to use as modern cartridge razors.

Don’t expect to pick this up and start shaving your head without a few nicks and cuts along the way.

In fact, we would recommend starting by shaving your face to get a feel for the razor, before moving onto your head.

If you have the patience to master it though, there is little doubt this razor can deliver one of the closest shaves of any product on our list today.

Check out the hundreds of customer reviews here on Amazon.


3. BIC Silky Touch Twin Blade Disposable Razor

BIC Silky Touch Twin Blade Disposable Razor

What you will find as you make your way across our list is a wide range of quality, premium razors – that also have premium price tags to match.

What you are going to find in this entry is a quality razor, for a very, very low price.

Specs

Who Is It Best For?

Any man who wants to shave their head on an extremely tight budget.

Key Features

First of all, ignore the pink packaging and pastel coloring on the razor handles.

All that matters is the razor blades themselves, and we can tell you that you will not find a set of sharper blades on a disposable razor for this price.

Anywhere.

We have thrown women’s products onto our guides before.

We do this because women’s shaving products are often 1) of very high quality, and 2) often much cheaper than the men’s equivalent.

That is very much the case here too.

Women make up the bulk of the market when it comes to razors and trimmers – there are simply more of them shaving more parts of their body than the average man.

This set of razors is primarily designed for use on legs.

Bear in mind how much skin there is on a pair of legs.

Now compare that to the amount of skin on your head.

It’s a big difference, right?

What that means to you is that the blades on this razor are designed to stay sharp over a much longer shaving period than you are actually going to use it for.

A sharp blade is going to go a long way to ensuring that you can get a close shave without irritation and razor burn.

The razors themselves are very easy to hold, with an excellent injection molded handle.

It is very light and easy to maneuver around your head, whilst the two blades are very sharp but also have less cutting action than a three, four or five blade cartridge.

That makes it a kinder razor overall, with a bigger margin for error.

BIC is after all a quality razor manufacturer who has been making these kinds of products for more than 50 years – so by now, they know what they are doing.

The key point here.

If you are looking for a quality razor but are on a very tight budget, ignore the pastel coloring and pink packaging and recognize that this is an excellent razor for head shaving that also represents phenomenal value for money.

Check out the hundreds of customer reviews here on Amazon.


4. Gillette Fusion5 ProGlide

Gillette Fusion5 ProGlide

Gillette is back with their second entry to make the list.

This is the first razor with a flexible head that we’ve brought to you, but is that extra movement enough to tame the five blades found in this design?

Specs

Who Is It Best For?

Any man looking for an incredible shaving power in design with excellent control.

Key Features

The big stand out feature of this design is of course that centrally mounted Flexiball.

It is that design innovation that has led to this razor making its way onto our list.

Very simply, a flexible head on a razor can be very, very useful when it comes to shaving your head.

Why is that?

Well, as we’ve pointed out multiple times already, shaving your head is hard!

You can’t see where the razor is going half the time unless you adopt some poses from the Karma Sutra that are not suitable for times when you have a razor blade in your hand.

There is also the fact that your head is full of bumps and is itself more angular than a simpler shave, such as your cheek or jawline.

That is where a razor with a flexible head can really come in handy.

That level of independent movement allows the razor to be worked over your head with greater ease.

You don’t have to manipulate the blade into the most appropriate cutting angle, as the flexible head will move into the position for you.

That can really help to provide an irritation free shave.

You can also add in the fact that this is a Gillette product, so you can rely on the blades being top quality.

In fact, Gillette invented new ones for the Fusion ProGlide.

These new blades are extra thin, a feature designed to help cut down on friction.

Less friction equals less irritation, which in turn equals a happier head after you shave.

Just bear in mind that even with a flexible head, five blades is a supreme level of shaving power.

As such, this razor does take a little getting used to.

It’s not as steep a learning curve as a traditional safety razor, but we would suggest practicing on your face for a bit before advancing to your head.

Check out the hundreds of customer reviews here on Amazon.


5. Merkur Extra Long Safety Razor

Merkur Extra Long Safety Razor

We have another returning manufacturer now, and it is MERKUR back with their second entry.

This is a high quality, premium razor – with the price tag to match.

Worth the investment or not?

Read on to find out…

Specs

Who Is It Best For?

Any man who wants a truly premium grade razor – and is happy to pay for it too!

Key Features

If James Bond shaves, he probably uses a razor like this.

First of all, this is another safety razor design.

So yes, as we talked about with the previous MERKUR model, there is quite a learning curve to truly master this razor.

But when you do master it (and we have faith that you will!) you are looking at a razor that can deliver an incredibly close and smooth finish.

We think that the ability to deliver quality results is certainly something that Bond would appreciate.

But more than that, we know that Bond is a style icon.

From the cars to the suits to the Bond Girl on his arm, everything is stylish, and that is why we think he would like this razor.

It is a design that screams premium design and construction.

That translates to a beautiful handle that has been weighted to feel great in your hand. 

When a razor feels great, we like to think, you’re more likely to keep picking it up and keep using it.

With regards to shaving your head, the handle is the main selling point.

Not only is it excellently weighted, but it is also extra long, with a length of 4 inches (add in the shaving head too and its total length is more like 5 inches).

That helps this razor to reach parts of your head easier than some other models – provided of course you take the time to master it properly.

Yes, this razor is also packing a big price tag.

But once you clear that hurdle, remember that safety blades only cost a few cents each.

So it may be a big investment upfront, but eventually, it will pay you back in cheaper replacement blades compared to options like the Mach 3 and ProGlide.

This is a very impressive, high-quality razor that looks and feels great whilst performing to a very high standard.

Check out the hundreds of customer reviews here on Amazon.


6. HeadBlade ATX Head Shaving Razor

HeadBlade ATX All-Terrain Head Razor

The next item we’re going to look at is this highly innovative design from HeadBlade.

It is certainly eye-catching, but does it deliver on its promise to be the fastest and easiest head saving tool on the market?

Specs

Who Is It Best For?

Any man who appreciates innovation and excellent design.

Key Features

Well, the stand out for this product is clearly the innovative design.

Just look at it, it’s so cool!

Honestly, we can happily say, hand on heart, not only is this product unique on our list, it is unique on the market too.

First of all, this is a razor specifically designed for use on your head – though you can also use it on your face and body if you like.

That alone makes it pretty unique, as every other razor on this list is primarily designed for use on the face (or legs in the case of the BIC razor).

They just all happen to have other characteristics that make them ideal for use on your head too.

That’s not the case with this design though.

It is wheeled so that it can, literally, roll over your head.

That means you don’t have to worry about cutting angles or how you are holding the handle.

Simply grip it and let it roll away all over your head.

That makes it by far the easiest product on our list today, with a learning curve so shallow it is almost a straight line.

It also has pretty good cutting power by virtue of the four blade cartridge this razor is packing.

We’ve decided to show you the starter kit here.

It comes with a set of replacement blades and a 5oz container of Headbades’s own brand shaving lotion.

Notably, this kit is great value for money.

It has everything you need to get started, as we as enough supplies to keep you shaving for quite a while.

It also allows you to trial HeadBlade’s shaving lotion, which we think is really good quality (you can read more about it in the Pre-Shave Section below).

We should also point out though that you can, of course, buy the Headblade as a stand-alone razor to cut back on the initial cash outlay.

If you are interested in doing that, we would suggest looking at the HeadBlade Moto.

This is the newest version of the Headblade and boasts a number of impressive upgrades, mainly the fact the cartridge head is now mounted on a flexible pivot for even safer and easier shaving.

We should point out that the nature of the design means that you won’t be able to get quite as close a finish as with a razor such as one of the MERKUR safety razors above.

But if safety and ease of use are the most important functions you are looking for, it’s hard to suggest that any other razor will be easier to use for shaving your head than one of the HeadBlade designs.

Check out the hundreds of customer reviews here on Amazon.


7. Schick Hydro Sense Hydrate Razors

Schick Hydro Sense Hydrate Razors

We are going to finish off with a quality cartridge razor that puts lubrication front and center.

Specs

Who Is It Best For?

Any man looking for a little extra lubrication during their head shaving.

(We didn’t mean for that to sound as dirty as it did, but there is just something about the word “Lubrication,” right?)

Key Features

We’ve rapped about it already, but we’re going to say it again – lubrication is very important when you are shaving your head.

We’re highlighting it again because this final product on our list is very well suited to head shaving primarily because it is an excellent lubricator.

The lubricant action here comes from a strip of gel mounted on the top of the cartridge.

The gel is a coconut oil based formula.

It has been deployed here by Schick to both hydrate the skin (great) and also lubricate the movement of the blades (even better!)

The cartridge head is packed with lubricant too – 80% more gel surface area is available here with this razor than on the strip found on the competing Quattro Titanium razor blade.

That lubrication is useful because this razor is packing five blades.

That is going to provide for a shaving action of incredible power and speed.

So you can get through your shaving routine a little faster than some other blades, as well as achieving a nice smooth and close finish.

(Standard disclaimer: Five blades are a lot of shaving power, which means you do need to practice with the razor a little before getting setting it loose on your head).

There is also an excellent shock absorbent system built in here.

That makes for a flexible head that can move and adjust to the shaving angles required when shaving across your head.

The upfront cost here is a little higher than with some disposable cartridge razors.

The cartridge razors themselves are on the pricier end of the spectrum too.

The cartridges also seem to not quite have the same lifespan as some others, with the lubricating strips running out of power often before the blades are blunted.

That can make this razor a little more expensive to run in the long term, as it will burn through cartridges pretty quickly.

On the other hand, it cannot be denied that owing to that excellent lubrication level, this razor is well designed to deliver a comfortable shave with little skin irritation.

Check out the hundreds of customer reviews here on Amazon.


When it comes to finding the best way to shave your head, here at Prim&Prep we really do think that you need to think of this as a three-stage process.

The first stage is selecting the right razor.

Think about it, you can have the best technique, the best moisturizers, and lotions but if you’re going to try to shave your head with a piece of broken glass you’re gonna have a bad time.

Since it is such an important step (to us at least), we’ve devoted the bulk of this article to finding and reviewing the very best razors for shaving your head so you can find the best one to suit you.  

In this next section, we’re going to take a look at the other two stages, which with incredible imagination we have named the Pre-Care and Post-Care sections of head shaving.

Head Shaving Pre-Care


Pre Head Shave Care

Before you can shave your head you need to prep your hair and your skin.

Hair first, because that’s nice and easy.

Frankly, you don’t want to be tackling a full head of hair with a razor – that is madness.

Hair Trimmer


You need to use something with a high cutting capacity to shed 99% of the head on your hair before moving on to finish the job with your razor of choice.

How you achieve that is completely up to you.

You could for example simply go the barber and ask them to shave everything off.

Or you could invest in a quality do-it-yourself electric hair trimmer.

The benefit with this option is that even if you have decided to shave your head, you are still going to be growing hair on the rest of your body.

If you buy a trimmer, you can use it on your head to get that pre-shave buzz cut, and then still keep it around to tackle everything else.

Don’t be precious about buying a pubic hair trimmer and using it on your head by the way – the trimmer can’t tell if it’s shaving your skull or your nuts, so don’t worry about it.

Shaving Lotion


You also need to lubricate your skin to help the razor to glide over it smoothly.

That will help make the razor more efficient, cutting down on skin irritation.

The trouble is that there is such a huge range of shaving creams and lotions out there, how can you decide which is the right one?

You’re just one man for God’s sake, and there are so many lotions and creams and soaps and argghhhh-

Chill, it’s ok.

First off, we’ve already tackled the best shaving creams on the market, which you can find here.

Yeah, we wrote that article so perhaps we’re biased, but we’re pretty sure it is the best article on the Internet. Ever.

Oh, you have sensitive skin?

Don’t worry son, we’ve got you covered too.

In addition to that article, there are a few products we can throw at you right now as being particularly well suited for use on your head.


HeadBlade HeadSlick Shave Cream

HeadBlade HeadSlick Shave Cream

We already rapped about this product in the review of the Headblade shaving kit, which included a bottle of this excellent shaving cream.

If you have invested in the kit, then you will already (or will shortly) know that this is a quality shave cream for head shaving.

If the HeadBlade wasn’t for you though, then we would certainly suggest considering investing in this shaving cream to use with whatever razor you did decide to go for.

It is free of perfumes, dyes, and parabens for a cream that is naturally formulated to be as kind and gentle to your skin as possible.

At the same time, it is formulated to provide exceptional lubrication, really helping the blade of whatever razor you are using to glide effortlessly over your skin.

This product is really well designed to keep skin irritation to a minimum whilst also allowing for as close a shave as possible.

It’s not cheap, but it is an excellent investment if you want a high-quality cream.

Check out the hundreds of customer reviews here on Amazon.


Cremo Original Shave Cream

Cremo Original Shave Cream

This shave cream from Cremo is an excellent alternative to the HeadBlade shave cream that also has the advantage of being a few bucks cheaper.

This quality shave cream already made its way onto our shave cream review article, so you can head over there to read about it in detail.

Briefly, though, we liked it because it is designed to provide a very, very high level of lubrication.

For us, when it comes to shaving your head, you simply cannot have enough lubrication.

Head shaving is simply harder than shaving your face, owing to the contours and angles on and around the top of your skull, plus the simple fact it’s hard to actually see what you are doing!

Extra lubrication will just make the job that little bit easier.

Check out the hundreds of customer reviews here on Amazon.


Pre-Shave Cap

Shave Beanie

Finally, if you are looking to really indulge yourself during the pre-shave prep stage, you could take a look at this pre-shave hot towel cap from ShaveBeanie.

Yeah, we agree, it looks kind of weird.

But don’t let that put you off investing in a product that has been designed to really up your head shaving game.

The cap is made from Organic cotton grown in the US.

That means that it is both super comfortable, but also extremely absorbent.

You merely pop the cap into a bowl of hot water for 30 seconds, wring it out and pop it on your head for a minute or two.

Alternatively, you can wear it in the shower and let the hot water soak through the cap.

It’s like a hot towel treatment without the fuss and mess of an actual hot towel.

The heat and steam will both soften your hair and also open your pores, prepping every part of the head before the shave and helping to reduce irritation and razor burn.


Head Shaving Aftercare

Post Head Shave Care

As well as prepping your head for shaving, for best results you also need to be looking after your head in the minutes, hours and days after you have shaved.

For us, that really means two things:

Moisturizer


No man would shave their face and not look to use a moisturizer after, and your head skin should be treated no different to the skin on your chinny chin chin.

Real talk, shaving is a pretty traumatic event for your skin.

Think about it, you are literally scraping a razor sharp piece of metal (in some cases multiple pieces of razor sharp metal) across your skin.

It’s no surprise that this process can irritate your skin too.

Once you have adopted the shaven-headed look, the skin on your head is surprise surprise, going to be much more visible.

Make sure to include the regular use of a good skin moisturizer to help keep it looking it’s best.

There are actually even some great moisturizers that are specifcially designed for your head.

Headblade, the makers of the head shavers recommended above have a line of moisturizers including:

And for a great all-natural option:

Sun Protection


This often comes as a surprise to newly shaved gents, but you have got to remember that with no hair up there, your scalp is going to be far more susceptible to sunburn.

Just as we were saying above in the moisturizer section, the skin on your head is far more on display when you have no hair.

No one wants to look at angry, red peeling skin that has been burnt to an angry crisp by the sun.

Invest in some nice hats for high-level protection during noonday summer sunshine.

Back that up with a quality sun lotion for protection at other times – and remember to apply it too!

10 thoughts on “7 Best Razors for Shaving Your Head (Top 2019 Brands Reviewed)”

  1. I have been bald for many years and have found the fusion to be a great blade for shaving the head. It shaves smooth and clean. I would like to try the DE to shave my head but don’t feel confident enough.

  2. I found the 2-blade disposables from CVS shave closest. I would like to upgrade to a safety or straight razor. Not sure which way to go and if its worth the risk and cost.

    1. Sorry for the very delayed response Mike. I would definitely go for it. Take a chance, you may regret not having switched over earlier. I would go with a safety razor though, stray away from the straight razor. The Merker 34c or 38c will do you well.

      1. Yes, the MOTO is our newest and, by far, the best HeadBlade. The ATX was our first “shave by pull” razor and was introduced in 2012. The MOTO, introduced in 2017, followed up on that with a lot more shave technology and won a 2017 RedDot Design Award. We recommend you use the MOTO.

  3. I’ve been shaving my head for over 10 years; try the Schick Xtreme3. The blade flexes and conforms to the curves of your head.
    I usually get almost a month from 1 blade… I don’t always shave every day.

    Only con is they are completely disposable, handle & all, so a lot of waste.

    1. I use this also. I have invested in many razors and the Schick Extreme is by far the best, closet shave. Last a long time and cheap.

  4. Headblade: Currently, MOTO is their latest offering, do you still recommend the ATX All-Terrain over it?

    Also between the 3 types of razors namely Headblade, Safety & Cartridge which one is significantly more better. I plan to shave every few days.

    1. Hey Jasu,

      Just did a complete overhaul on the Best Razors for shaving your head. Maybe now this will shed more light on the topic. Be sure to read the “Things to Consider…” section and the revised more in-depth reviews to get a better idea of which razor if right for you.

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