Traditional Shaving Company’s 100 series badger brush is a solid, middle-of-the-road brush that is another “no drama” product for me: a solid performer that uses good quality parts. I admit that I can be kind of rough on brushes but this brush has been holding up quite nicely. It’s dropped maybe one or two hairs, pleasantly stiff without being too “scritchy,” and I haven’t had to deal with a funky smell.
Posted November 6, 2013
Posted February 11, 2013
[Note from Mantic59: This post comes from Marty ("Fatboy513"), who emailed me his comments about the WSP brush he won and asked me to post it for him.] As the lucky recipient of one of the WSP (Wet Shaving Products) shaving brush, I felt obligated to write a review. I received the brush just before Christmas, what perfect timing! The brush I got was packaged nicely, however the box was not marked to identify which model it is. After reviewing the web site I found that I had been given a Prince silver tip (as pictured above). I must admit…
Posted January 28, 2013
Samut writes: I have recently been told some interesting things I am very unsure about. I have told the person that told me these things that “a credible source”, you, has stated that what the person is saying is not necessarily true. What we were talking about was how to use a shaving brush in order to minimize the amount of bristles lost, since it was a boar, and just how many bristles are lost on average. I was told that almost every brush loses an average of 100-150 bristles or hairs in the case of badgers in the first…
Posted January 14, 2013
Posted December 12, 2012