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Fit stand open size
100% top quality best badger hair
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2-7 working days
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OEM order delivery time
20-30 working days
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faux ivory handle
imorpted material acrylic,
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handle height 40mm
total height 101mm
small handle diameter 29mm
The Badger Hair Shaving Brush
Here is something dad may have not taught you when it comes to
shaving: A high-quality badger hair
shaving brush is the single most important component in getting the
absolute smoothest shave possible. Dad may not be completely at
fault - blame it on his generation. Men
have been using shaving brushes for over 150 years. However, during
the late 1960s, when social and political issues took center stage
and nearly everyone had a cause to
champion, men did away with the traditional brush and women threw
their bras. In my opinion, this became the "de- volution" of
grooming. Shortly thereafter, disposable razors
and foam aerosol shave cream replaced high quality shaving soaps,
double -edge razors, and the shave brush.
Thankfully, during the past 15 years, there has been a major shift
regarding the use of grooming tools in
the US. Guys as young as 17 are now using a shaving brush on a
basis. It is no longer viewed as something your grandpa shaves
with; instead it has become a modern
man's essential grooming tool.
A high-quality shaving brush is the most effective way to guarantee
a smooth, painless shave. The bristles
gently exfoliates the skin, which removes anything coming between
your whiskers and the razor. As you sweep the brush in a circular
motion over your face, the bristles lift
the hair up and away from the skin allowing for the closest shave
without common shaving issues such as razor burns and bumps.
However, not all shaving brushes are created equal. After spending
over 25 years in the industry, I've
come to rely exclusively on brushes made of badger hair. Yes, there
expensive, synthetic versions available, but badger hair is the
only type of hair that retains water and
using warm water is the professional barber's secret to a great
combination of hot water mixing with the shave cream and the brush,
results in a thicker, richer, more
emollient lather that's impossible to get with your fingers alone.
How To Care For Your Brush
1 Shampoo the brush in warm water before the first use. Use the same
shampoo that you use to wash you hair. Some also like to use a
2 NEVER boil your brush.
3 Never press the brush into your skin. This will break the badger
hair. Instead, stroke it sideways, like a painter’s brush.
4 Wash the brush well with warm (not hot) water after each use.
5 Flick the brush to remove as much water as possible after each
use. You can also gently stroke it on a dry towel.
6 Never store the brush on its base (yes, we know they are flat).
Instead, use a brush stand so the remaining water can move away
from the base of the hairs.
7 To avoid mildew, do not store the brush in the medicine chest
between uses. Instead, place the stand on vanity top to allow
proper air circulation.
8 If you use a brush in a travel kit, be sure to take it out to dry
thoroughly upon your return.