The Limited Edition S4 Shadow sold out earlier this year. For months, people have been emailing, calling, tweeting and sending smoke signals asking if (and when) we’d be bringing it back. The wait is almost over…
We’ve merged the new technology of the HeadBlade Sport with the performance and crafted design of the S4 series to bring you our best razor yet: the S4 Eclipse.
Featuring an all new stainless steel enclosed body, tightly-conforming rubber finger ring and improved wheel design, the all new S4 Eclipse razor will be available at HeadBlade.com next week. Read the full press release.
As a sign of our appreciation for U.S. miltiary personnel, we have partnered with Operation Gratitude to donate one HeadBlade Sport razor and a sample of HeadSlick shave cream for every purchase of a HeadBlade Sport razor during November on HeadBlade.com. This includes any shaving kits that contain a HeadBlade Sport — just look out for the Operation Gratitude logo next to the product! Since 2003, Operation Gratitude has shipped more than 700,000 care packages to American Military deployed overseas, to their children left behind and to Wounded Warriors recovering in transition units.
Last year, we saw some pretty hilarious photos for our Bald-O-Ween Photo Contest… but people really stepped up their game this year! After much deliberation sifting through all the amazing photo entries, we present to you the Top 5 Finalists of the 2011 Bald-O-Ween Photo Contest…
Click ‘Like’ on your favorite photo through Sunday 11/6
The photo with the most ‘Likes’ by Sunday 11/6 at 11:59pm PDT will be selected as November’s User of the Month! You’ll also get a special HeadBlade Slick or Treat bag filled with goodies. Second and Third placed photos will both receive a HeadBlade Ghost razor.
Thanks to everyone for participating. If you didn’t make the Top Five, you have almost a full year to get ready for the 2012 Bald-O-Ween Contest!
Grow a Mo! If you haven’t heard of Movember, it’s a worldwide initiative to raise awareness for men’s health, specifically prostate cancer, by growing a moustache during the entire month of November.
"When I started HeadBlade, the goal was to improve the lives of men who shave their heads," said Todd Greene, President and Founder of HeadBlade. "Shaving your head can be a transformative act, improving confidence, style and overall outlook on life.It’s a great conversation starter, especially with other guys who share the look.We were drawn to Movember’s cause and understand the impact of sharing conversation around a style choice."
Join Todd, NBA player Al Harrington and other HeadBladers as we aim to help raise awareness for important issues in men’s health… while having a little fun along the way! Every week we’ll be having contests and prizes to keep the motivation going. Get started:
Meet Shaun Reno and the HeadBlade Harley Team Saturday Oct. 22nd at the Night of Nitro event in Chesapeake, VA. Help show support for active duty and retired military from 5-9:30pm. Full event details below:
Long-time HeadBlader Todd Poole sent us this video from Utah during the Xterra USA National Championship. The annual race consists of a 1500m swim / 28K mountain bike / 9.8K trail run. In other words… a race most of us could never dream of completing.
Todd has been featured in Triathlete magazine in the past, and has always been a loyal HeadBlader. Check him out below giving a HeadBlade shoutout, and crossing the finish line of the triathalon.
September is National Childhood Awareness Month. Since 2008, HeadBlade has partnered with St. Baldrick’s to help conquer kids’ cancer through nationwide headshaving events. The St. Baldrick’s Foundation currently funds more in childhood cancer research grants than any organization except the U.S. government.
Despite the incredible work St. Baldrick’s has done to raise funds for life-saving research, spreading awareness is as important as ever. Worldwide, more than 160,000 children are diagnosed with childhood cancer each year. One in five children diagnosed with cancer will not survive.
Here’s a few ways to show support for Childhood Cancer Awareness Month: