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Was going to say the exact same. I feel like actual badger hair soaks up a lot of the water you’d need for these soaps to really take off when lathering.
I have one badger and noticed right away how much water I continually had to add as opposed to a synthetic.
Stirling Gatlinburg just about checks every box off for me as far as Fall scents go.
A very woodsy, smoky, masculine outdoorsy scent. The cedarwood, sage, and Cade notes really stand out to me. Already a huge fan of it.
So as much as I love TOBS Tobacco Leaf and DG Massacre of the Innocents, this scent has completely blown me away.
The combo of the soap and splash hits everything I’ve wanted in a fall soap. Smoky, woodsy, and the cedar wood make this a very clean and refreshing scent to...
I saw someone do this last night on YouTube. Normally I’ll load up and splay, paint, wet, splay, paint, wet until I get the desired lather on my face.
I’ll have to try this method though. I’ve been prone to some minor brush burn if I have to work the lather in more than I’d like, so this I hope...
Lately been starting to face lather more and more. I thought I could judge the lather more in the bowl, but with the acquisition of two new brushes (Yaqi Sagrada & Maggard Synthetic), it’s become easier to judge the slickness and water content while on my face.
For whatever reason trying to...