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Kent shaving brushes are pure luxury and it is hard to put into words unless you have used one. They feel different than any other brush as they swallow your face in glorious, silky softness, especially the size 12's. They are top quality from the bottom of the handle to the tips of the bristles. Ideal for soaps and creams, but particularly wonderful for creams. They retain a lot of water and develop a beautiful lather every time when combined with other great shaving products!

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Kent BLK12 Silver Tip Badger Shaving Brush, Black Handle.One other reviewer commented on how his brush had not lost a single hair in two years. Mine has lost several in just two months. I carefully follow the recommended cleaning, drying, etc. and never push hard on the bristles.
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Kent H8
Kent H8 Best Badger Shaving Brush, "Horn" Handle.Great look, soft yet firm enough to whip up a thick rich paint, short break in time, maybe 4 or 5 hairs lost during a years use .
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Kent BK8 Traditional Silver Tip Badger Shaving Brush
Kent BK8 Traditional Silver Tip Badger Shaving Brush, Cream.The brush meets every expectation! Could not ask for more.
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Great brush, No regrets after 2 years use
Kent BLK8 Traditional Silver Tip Badger Shaving Brush, Black Handle.Bought this brush over 2 years ago as a splurge to replace a well used inexpensive brush. Never regretted the purchase, I use creams but have a few soaps too and this brush handles them all. Builds a good lather, great on my face and it's holding up well. Still looks and feels like a perfect new brush. Can't go wrong with this one, I'd buy it again.
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Great Badger Brush
Kent BLK8 Traditional Silver Tip Badger Shaving Brush, Black Handle.Highest quality brush making lather in my Kent mug in seconds, worth the price no discussion, good investment for many years or decades.
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