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Boar and Horse Shaving Brushes

Both boar hair and horse hair are popular brushes among men who wet shave and are generally less expensive than badger hair. While they retain less water than badger hair, there are some great benefits. Boar hair is a stiffer brush hair that softens with use. Horse hair is a softer option. Both certainly whip up a great lather!

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Boar and Horse Shaving Brushes Reviews
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Omega 11047 Banded Boar Shaving Brush Had been using one for a year or so, but accidentally left it in a hotel room after an early check out. Got home and bought two more, one for the travel kit and one for the house. Best brush for the money.
Great value, works well! Soft
Omega 13522 Banded Boar Shaving Brush Great value, works well! Soft and not too harsh, enjoying it so far.
over performs
Omega 11047 Banded Boar Shaving Brush For it's size, and it is small, it performs like it is a larger size brush in both making foam and holding foam.
Ok for the time being
Omega 10049 Professional Boar Shaving Brush, Black Handle "Brush is ok for the first time wet shaver,I have already had some brissels fall out.But for the price it's expected I guess,I will probably get a badger brissels next.
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Omega 10049 Professional Boar Shaving Brush, White Handle "Most beautiful LARGE thins I have ever used??_it works beautifully.. I need several more ! jw
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Omega 10098 Professional Boar shaving Brush "Recently received this brush. IT IS LARGE. Minimal effort to obtain lather. I inherited a Best boar[?] brush that was reportedly to be 50 years old in 1993, and it does a good job if, the very is extremely hot. The Omega just out performs the old brush , and for the money , outstanding. Can a $350 dollar brush be that much better?
Bowl lathering master this brush....... Like it a lot!
Omega 11126 Boar Shaving Brush, Ovangkol Wooden Handle "I've had this brush for roughly 4 months, and it has surprised the heck out me. Like the title says, excellent bowl lathering from this boar. Just the right handle length, good loft and backbone. Though it was the first boar brush that took a while to break in, about a months worth of shaves. A little stiffer than I would prefer for face lathering in the beginning and still not quite there compared to my Omega #81052 or the Semogue #1305, which is my favorite boar brush. But the handle & loft of the brush is awesome for bowl lathering. Surprisingly, haven't lost a single hair from it. If you bowl lather, this one will fit the bill nicely. It's definitely worth being in my rotation.
Very nice Boar bristles..... Handle? Not so much.....
Omega 81052 Banded Boar Shaving Brush "I've had this brush for just about 4 months now and it has proven to be a great performer. Works well with both soft and hard soaps. Didn't take very long to break-in actually, 7-10 shaves tops. The handle is the only thing that kind of takes a star away for me. It's got a semi hexagon shape to it and kind of short, so when I bowl lather on occasion, it does not give a good grip when your working the lather. For face lathering though, it performs flawlessly. Lost a couple hairs during the first 2-3 shaves, none since. It holds water well, gets softer with use and has good backbone and "scritch" in applying lather. For the price, it's a good brush that won't disappoint......
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