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How to Choose the Best Shaving Brush

When choosing a shaving brush, there are a few important considerations to keep in mind. First, you need to consider the length of the handle. This will determine how much shave cream the brush can hold. The longer the brush, the more shave cream it can hold and, therefore, be more useful for shaving other body parts. Another important consideration is the type of bristles used to make the shaving brush. The most common types of bristles used in shaving brushes are boar, badger, and synthetic fiber. Horse hair is also a popular option.

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shaving cream brush While natural bristles are the classic, soft, and luxurious choice for shaving, you can also choose a synthetic brush if you want to avoid the hassles of maintaining animal-hair brushes. Modern synthetic brushes are made of nylon and similar materials, and offer superior performance. Additionally, these brushes are vegan friendly and easy to clean.

While some shaving brushes use synthetic bristles, the best ones are still handmade. These brushes have a longer life span and maintain the bristles better than machine-made brushes. Some companies are well-known for making handmade shaving brushes, including Edwin Jagger, which is known for traditional crafts and legendary metal.

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shaving cream brush If you're looking for a good quality, low-cost synthetic shaving brush, Fendrihan offers several options. This brand is especially competitively priced and has a distinctive design. The brushes are both attractive and functional, and can be purchased online or at a retail outlet. Yaqi has recently entered the online marketplace, and their brushes are now available for purchase.

Regardless of the type of shaving brush you choose, you'll need to clean it regularly. Rinse your shaving brush with warm water. You can also leave it standing upright to dry it. When not in use, store it in a dry, cool area to prevent bacteria from growing. A brush stand is useful, but not necessary.

The bristles of a shaving brush are the most important part. The knot size is another factor to consider, as it's where the bristles come out of the handle. Badly knotted brushes tend to shed excessively. The knot size should be around 20mm. Ideally, you want a brush that is both soft and durable.

Another consideration is how much hair the brush contains. The best shaving brushes are made from natural fibers, such as horse hair or boar hair. Natural fibers are generally softer than synthetic fibers, but they're not necessarily more expensive than synthetic ones. However, they are less comfortable to use on the skin and may not lather as well.

Badger hair shaving brushes have a long history in shaving. Badger hair is known to last for longer and has excellent heat and water retention qualities. The best badger shaving brushes will give you a rich lather. While badger hair is expensive, it is not the worst choice - you can get a quality brush for a good price.


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