A great budget brush, ideal for wet shaving beginners or as a travel brush!
We find that many men have long forgotten the pleasures of wet shaving and the obvious benefits it has over using an electric shaver. The first step is to get the right kit and a decent shaving brush is essential.
Now shaving brushes can cost anything from a few pounds to literally hundreds for pure badger bristle varieties. However, we have opted for the sensible option and offer a perfectly good quality shaving brush at a budget price.
This wooden bristle brush comes with attractive gold lettering and our trademark skull and crossbones in gold. Perfect for use with The Bluebeards Revenge Shaving Cream!
Bristle Diameter: 40mm
Bristle Length: 50 mm
Overall Length: 90 mm
Handle Diameter: 30mm
James Dabir –
Received this free with my bluebeard revenge cream and tried it out today.Its a pretty small brush which makes it easier to control and it does retain watervery well compared to its size
Also received this for free with my bluebeard revenge cream today so I definitely can’t complain about the price. It’s quite comfortable in the hand and produces some pretty decent lather. However, it does smell quite funky, but I’m sure this will pass quickly. Good brush considering the price, but I would recommend even beginners spend a bit more and get a proper badger brush.
CHRISTOPHER WHELAN –
Received this free with the Bluebeard Revenge Cream so again price is excellent. Helps beginners with it’s size as it’s excellent to move around the face and most important saves on your use of the all important Shave Cream. The “Funky” smell soon passes after initial few uses.
Raj Jain –
A great little brush that is ideal to travel with compared to my Palmolive one.. The smell will wash out and only a couple of hairs have dropped out.
Nice lather made with Geo. F Trumpers sandlewood soap bowl with great water retention and bubble formation. Great little brush!
Adam Cole –
This is a nice compact brush that I will use for traveling. The bristles are a bit stiff, but for the price I can’t complain.
Karl Cushway –
Great brush for a beginner who wants a brush without the commitment of spending more for a badger brush. A few of the bristles came out in the first couple of shaves
Simon Parsons –
A great little brush that’s ideal for the travelling “Dopp kit”, which is just where mine lives! Small, light, and easy to use this is a cracking piece of kit! Definitely gives my (bigger) Wilkinson Sword brush a run for its money. Best bit is, this was free when I got my DE razor and blades!
Cheers Shave Shack!
Andrew Mundell –
I bought this as my first brush (alongside the Bluebeards cream) and it does a descent job for the money. Great to start my journey into improving my shave, I’ve used it for about a year and now feel ready to move up, got my eye on a Kent BLK something next.
Anthony Keedwell-Smith –
I recieved this brush as a free offer and was intially dubious as it was a freebie. However I put it in my travelling washbag and the first time I used it was very suprised by its quality and ease it produced a great lather. My beard is extremely tough and it also did a great job of softening it and exfoliating the skin. thoroughly reccomended
Cameron Jones –
Its a shave brush and does what it should…
Its cheap and is okay for the price. I am strugging to get a good lather and found my old wilkinson brush a little better at getting a good lather. Apart from that for the price you cant complain at all. Its capable of making a good enough lather for a smooth shave experience