Shave Brushes (Page 5)
Nothing beats a wet shave with a shaving brush. Do you desire a smooth shave, with baby-soft skin afterward? Using a shave brush with creamy lather and a razor can give you skin that is smooth and free of any remaining stubble residue.
Whether you use a straight razor, safety razor, or cartridge razor, the most important factor in your wet shave is your shaving brush. Choosing the right brush means you not only get to truly enjoy the feeling of a wet shave but the shave brush handles the lather correctly.
The Luxury of the Barbershop
Fine Accoutrements Super Badger Shave Brush - 20mm Item # 10075460
An Excellent Vegan Brush
Muhle Classic XL Shave Brush - Black Resin/Silver Tip Synthetic Item # 10073361
Top-Notch Comfort & Performance
Fine Accoutrements Stout Angel Hair Shave Brush - Red + White - 24mm Shave Brush Item # 10076386
Simpsons Persian Jar PJ1 Super Badger Shaving Brush Item # 10071038
Jumbo Size for a Jumbo Guy
Simpsons Polo PL8 Super Badger Shaving Brush Item # 10071039
Pure Badger Bristles
Mason Pearson Pure Badger Shave Brush Item # 14520
Kent Black Traditional Large Silver Tip Badger Shave Brush - BLK8 Item # 10065374
Perfect for Tall Shaving Mugs
Edwin Jagger Large Ebony Long Handled Best Badger Shave Brush Item # 10068122
Kent Black Traditional Travel Silver Tip Badger Shave Brush - BLK4 Item # 10065375
An Elegant Shaving Accessory
Edwin Jagger Large Off-White Long Handled Best Badger Shave Brush Item # 10068121
Shaving Brush Travel Protection
Epsilon Round Protective Tube Item # 10075258
Edwin Jagger Large Ebony Super Badger Shave Brush Item # 10068118
Vegan-Friendly Synthetic Fibers
Muhle Synthetic Fiber Shaving Brush, Black w/ Chrome - Xtra Large (35K256) Item # 10069677
Omega Shave Cream with Boar Brush and Stand Item # 10072946
Top-Notch Comfort & Performance
Fine Accoutrements Classic Angel Hair Shave Brush - Black - 20mm Shave Brush Item # 10077853
Kent Cream Traditional Large Silver Tip Badger Brush - BK8 Item # 10065373
Kent Large Horn Badger Shaving Brush - H12 Item # 10065377
Make Shaving Enjoyable Again
Edwin Jagger Barley Chrome Silver Tip Badger Shaving Brush Item # 10068112
Made in Valencia, Spain
Vie-Long Silver Tip Badger Shave Brush w/ Olivewood Handle in Gift Box Item # 10069509
Don`t be Fooled by its Size!
Simpsons Classic 1 Best Badger Shaving Brush Item # 10071524
A Shaving Classic
Simpsons Chubby 3 Best Badger Shave Brush Item # 10068537
Quality Brushes Since 1955
Semogue 730HD Shave Brush - Badger Item # 10071911
Gorgeous Pure Badger from Germany
Muhle Pure Badger Vivo Shaving Brush - Black Item # 10072349
Durable and Stylish
Muhle Rose Gold Chrome Shaving Brush - Silvertip Badger (099M89 RG) Item # 10069610
There are several different types of brushes: badger hair, boar bristle, horsehair, and mixed and synthetic bristle. The type you choose depends on your facial hair and your lather preference.
A shaving brush absorbs water and infuses it into your shaving cream or soap. When the brush is applied to the skin, a rich, thick, cushiony lather is produced.
Along with the lather, your shave brush lifts and softens each hair so the razor can give you the closest possible shave. Without a shave brush, your whiskers lay flat against your skin, and require several passes to cut them, whereas one pass generally suffices when you are using a shaving brush.
Brushing your face with your shave brush before lathering can remove any dead skin that might clog your razor. While lathering, the shaving brush gently exfoliates your skin, leaving it soft and healthy. This is especially important for men with acne and men with mature skin that requires a bit more hydration.
If you prefer a shaving cream, you may want a softer bristle shaving brush as they hold more water and are good at generating lather from a cream. If your preference is for a hard shaving soap, then choose a denser shave brush as they are better at creating lather from a bar of shaving soap. If you have trouble creating a good lather, first soak the brush and then shake out most of the water. Run the brush around the soap or cream, getting it full. Then dip the shave brush tips into hot water for additional hydration and try to create a lather.
Once you have a good lather, enjoy the richness that only a close shave with your shaving brush can give you.