The Manicured Shaving Off

From his home in California, Scott Waugh has always been obsessed with the art of the manicured foot.

“I was a kid, so I really just took it for granted that every time I touched a razor, it would feel like a manicured toe,” he told The Huffington Post.

“But it’s actually not that easy.

It’s a very intricate process that requires a lot of patience.”

Waugh, now 33, says he spent months researching and honing the art in order to develop his own razor, and it took him a long time to make it work.

“The process takes a long, long time,” he said.

“You really have to make sure that the blade is sharp enough to cut through and not be damaged.

You have to have enough grip so that the nail doesn’t pull.

And then you have to get the nail to be really good.”

Waught nails are made by drilling a hole in a metal plate, then using a nail file to make a “tongue depressor” to help secure the nail in place.

Then Waugh cuts the nail into two sections, one to be trimmed, and one to remain flat, while the blade cuts into the nail.

The teeth are then removed and the nail file is carefully held in place with tape.

Once the nail is removed, the nail files are put back together, and Waugh then makes another cut that’s bigger than the first.

He then waits for the nail and teeth to fully close.

This process takes about a month, and after the nail has been in place for at least a week, it can be trimmed using a knife, a file, and a razor blade.

Once it’s finished, it’s ready to go for the next shave.

“When I first started, I really didn’t understand how long it would take to make the nails,” Waugh said.

When the nail was done, he added, it was about as long as a fingernail, and the nails were not as strong as a regular nail.

“It took me a few years to really understand that there was a lot more work that went into making them than just cutting them,” he explained.

“And that they have a life of their own.”

In addition to nails, Waugh’s razor also comes in two types: a simple razor with a straight handle, and another that has a curved blade.

Each has a different design, and when Waugh uses them, they’re a little different.

“For the simple razor, I have two fingers on each side,” he recalled.

“Then I have to bend my fingers down to a level where I can bend it, and then I have the blade come in contact with my thumb.

That’s when I actually get a little bit of a scratch.

Then I have a little more pressure, and I have an area of my skin where the nail hits the skin and makes contact with the skin.”

But Waugh isn’t the only person who has mastered the art.

He said he’s recently started using the same razor for all types of work, from office workers to professionals.

He added that he is looking forward to seeing if this style of manicured nails will become the norm for all kinds of people.

“One thing that I have noticed is that the men that I work with, they do a lot in their free time, and they really want to do something,” he added.

“So I’m going to see if I can get that in the hands of everyone, because the more people that I can help, the better.”