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Simpson Classic Synthetic Shaving Brush (CL1S)

2 reviews |
  • Traditional shaving brush
  • Synthetic Hair
  • Small faux ivory handle

Longevity. Expertise. Quality. Simpson brushes have been building a reputation for these values since Alexander Simpson started making brushes in the East End of London in 1919. They survived re-locations, WWII, and more to continue to bring the world exceptional grooming essentials. Check out Simpsons Classic Synthetic Shaving Brush.

The Case is a bargain for a handmade brush with Simpson's synthetic hair. This super fast drying brush makes it ideal for travel or quick trips to the gym.

A great starter brush or for those looking for a smaller brush. The cream-colored handle has a traditional curvaceous design stamped with the Simpson logo. It also fits into a container (not included) with a screwtop lid and the pair make a great travel combo.

Color: Faux Ivory Total Height: 85mmBristle Loft: 46mmKnot Dia: 21mmHair: Simpson Synthetic

Dimensions are approximate.

Handmade in England

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Britt H.
United States United States
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You can't beat Simpson's quality! Their synthetic brushes are as good as the badger brushes. The brush perfect for traveling. I like that it includes a case. It can comfortably be an everyday brush.

Ernesto A.
United States United States
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Synthetic Shaving Brush

I bought this brush for travel because I heard synthetics dry faster. Sure it dries faster and due to its narrower loft, I can apply cream under my nose more precisely. Now it’s my most used brush.

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