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Silvertip Badger Shaving Brushes

This hair type is the creme de la creme of shaving brushes, gathered from the neck area of the animal, with softness, beautiful structure and exceptional water retention. Since not all brands use the word "silver tip" to describe their brushes, we classify both Rooney "super" and Simpson "super" in this category.

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Silvertip Badger Shaving Brushes Reviews
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Excellant product
5/24/2017
This was my first shaving brush, purchased almost 2 years ago. It has held up beautifully over the years. I will go back to Omega again when it s time to replace it.
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Brillaint Brush
5/22/2017
Kent BK8 Traditional Silver Tip Badger Shaving Brush, Cream "Very nice brush. A bit stiffer than some other brushes I have used.
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Grwat brush, great value
5/20/2017
Parker BHST Silvertip Badger Shaving Brush, Black Handle "I purchased this as well as a silver tip Baxter of California and I have a silver tip Muhle from the Art of Shaving. This brush is almost half the price and it every bit as high quality.
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Great brush
5/15/2017
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5/10/2017
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Great Brush, Nice shape
5/7/2017
Kent BK4 Traditional Medium Silver Tip Badger Shaving Brush, Cream Handle "I bought this brush during a sale on West Coast Shaving. It is an amazing brush, with a typical English "fan" shape with an excellent lathering ability. The only fly in the ointment to speak of is that it isn't as soft, when dry, as one would expect for such an expensive brush. My Semogue 730 HD is much softer when dry. Once the brush is wet it feels very soft.
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OLD FASHION QUALITY!
5/1/2017
Kent BK4 Traditional Medium Silver Tip Badger Shaving Brush, Cream Handle "THIS IS MY VERY BEST BRUSH AND THE QUALITY IS RIGHT UP THERE WITH MY FAVORITE COMB, WHICH IS ALSO A KENT.
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You can feel the quality
5/1/2017
Edwin Jagger Silver Tip Badger Shaving Brush, Medium, Imitation Horn "When I started using a DE (after using cartridges for years) I wasn't sure I would really be willing to invest the extra time every day. Consequently, I went for a mid-priced Best Badger brush initially. After a few months, and thinking that brush was okay, I decided to step up to Silver Tip. The difference is obvious immediately. The hairs are packed more-densely. The brush is even softer than my Best Badger. It loads well and lathers well too. The only question is whether or not it's worth 2.5x the price. I'm not sure it is, but that is subjective. I will say that I'm going to stop using the other brush (I currently alternate) and use this one exclusively. Oh, one other nice thing about this size. I bought an Edwin Jagger Best Badger travel brush, with case. This brush just fits into the case. So I can take it with me. I have no regrets about the purchase.
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