Boar Brush Break in QUICK!

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But one cannot help but compare, especially if he succumbs to the hype surrounding the über-expensive badger brushes and wants to try one. The latest gen. of synthetic brushes just flat out work better IMHO. Cheaper (usually), no break in period, will practically lather concrete and one can select any level of "scritch" from sadistic to BBS.
Not much for shedding as well, unless you're unlucky enough to get a defective knot. Synths can be prone to a 'doughnut' forming, but it happens for animal hair brushes too.

One small gripe of mine for synths, is the majority of brushes seem to be the on the larger side of things, generally all 24mm/26mm plus, and the actual measurements of the knots (eg like with Yaqi) are a few mm's more whilst a Omega advertised as a 24mm knot, will be 24mm.
 
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I thought it might have been me, but I checked and I had not responded to the OP. Oh well, I suppose some of us are sensitive or good at excluding ourselves or both. I thought "middle school" is an American term so I am guessing he may hail from across the pond not that I want to denigrate our American cousins but he maybe better off on that bed and breakfast forum with lots of rules...
Oh, you mean "Rat~n~sickle"?!!! :ROFLMAO:
 
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i just bought a Yaqi Tuxedo Synthetic and... it's very different... but i do like it.

Slightly weird feeling compared to natural hair, but it does the job just fine - you just have to use it slightly differently.
Yeah, like a makeup brush! That "weird feeling" was your shriveling testicles! :ROFLMAO:
 
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