I wouldn't ignore you. A person would have to be a real a hole for me to ignore them here. Most everyone has something of value to add. Making people think is not a bad thing at all. I brought up the points that synths have some baggage and you pointed out not as much as other goods we use all fine and good.Ah ! The amazing ignore button !
Must be feeling good hitting it.
Just like burying the head in the sand...
I agree 100%. Once broken in, a boar brush is fantastic.I think there is a huge fan base for boar. One of my first was a Semogue 620. Inexpensive and I felt like it broke in so quickly. I recently get it out and was so surprised at how soft and luxurious it is. But now I took this to a boar badger debate. Lol.
Which is the exact reason why I opted for Trafalgar T3 - ideal loft shape and size, coupled with densely packed fiber, for a great face-lathering experience. I can assure you, the brush has excellent backbone and splays nicely. Handle is beautiful and nice to hold. I use both swirling, circular motion and paint strokes when face-lathering and have had ZERO issues. So, to each his own I guess...Simpson fibers seem nice, but they are too dense, too short or both - the handle splays easier than the brush.