15 Manly Aftershave Ads from the Sixties and Seventies

There are about 25,000 hairs on each man’s face and they grow between 12 and 15 cm a year, and except in Shoreditch it’s been calculated that a man spends an average of 3,000 hours of his life cutting them off.  After all the word ‘barbarian’ does come from unbarbered. All this shaving means after-shave and lots of it. Here’s a collection of aftershave ads from the sixties and seventies…

After Shave after-shave

1965

 

 

aftershave

Jaguar for Men 1966

 

 

aftershave

Teak by Shulton 1968

 

 

aftershave

Old Spice 1969

 

 

 

aftershave

Denim 1977

 

aftershave

Burley, 1969

 

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English Leather, 1972

 

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Brut, 1967

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British Sterling 1968

 

aftershave

New Oriental Lime 1968

 

aftershave

It’s Cricket 1966

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