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Pure Badger Shaving Brush

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The Pure Badger Shaving Brush features fine badger hair, superior in quality to bristle hair.  Lightly firm but soft, badger hair has excellent water absorbency. The fine tips of the brush retain moisture, helping produce a rich, creamy lather when using a quality shaving cream. This brush is ideal for those that are just starting to shave with a brush.

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$45.95
Taylor of Old Bond Street

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The Pure Badger Shaving Brush features fine badger hair, superior in quality to bristle hair.  Lightly firm but soft, badger hair has excellent water absorbency. The fine tips of the brush retain moisture, helping produce a rich, creamy lather when using a quality shaving cream. This brush is ideal for those that are just starting to shave with a brush.

Taylor of Old Bond Street is a family run manufacturer of luxury grooming products in the UK. Established during the reign of Queen Victoria in 1854, Taylor of Old Bond Street has always focused on manufacturing products with as pure and natural ingredients as is possible, with a special focus on high quality and luxury goods. For over 150 years, their shaving brushes have created the perfect shaving experience.

Features:

  • Pure badger hair is tied, knotted and set by hand
  • Lifts hairs from the face for the perfect shave
  • Handle color: Ivory. Also available in Black

Specifications:

  •  This shaving brush measures 9.5cm 

The Proper Moose sku# TBSPB1020W

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Additional Info

Blade Length N/A
Scent N/A
SKU TBSPB1020W
Brand Taylor of Old Bond Street
Country of Manufacture United Kingdom
Color Ivory

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