1st. Do You think you need another brush?First I will address my questions...
1. I see people with many brushes in a rotation. Is this needed, preferred or is this their way of trying new things and keeping it "fresh"?
2. The one brush I have is from Sally's Beauty. Should I just buy another one of those or find a different synthetic? If you are a member of this board and responding I seriously doubt you will suggest buying another of something.
3. Do I just find a simple synthetic brush from WCS or another online "place" and be done with it as long as it has some decent reviews.
4. Yes I have been thinking synthetic as I "think" that is what mine is and I really don't know how to break in these "real hair" brushes. It appears I am creating good lather and have come up with a process in the morning that is most likely overkill but it is working, I think.
So if anyone wants to work through 1 or all of those question that is smarter then me I would appreciate it.
I have been at this for a little over 6 months now and am the owner of multiple soaps, AS, balms, 4 razors. I have narrowed down the razor I am on now and have been working it for the last 4 months or so. I am getting to liking it quite a bit.
But a brush... thats something I haven't purchased more then one of.
Thats the main question because if You are happy with what You have then that is what matters.
2nd i would recommend having something as a backup though so you dont have happen to you what happened to me just the other day.. I had a knot( the brush part) fall apart on me and i didnt have a backup ! Fortunately there were several people come to my rescue so now i have a new brush and can purchase another knot to repair the broken one but i dont have to hurry. I can take my time.
3rd Some people want multiple brushes because certain types of soaps work better with certain types of brushes ( diff materials or what not ).. So in the ehd it is good to have a backup but if you sre happy with where you are then thats what matters......