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#1
Purchased as a second to my plisson, I read reviews that they were a little stiffer than the plisson, so, they are. Worked well a little more scritchy than a plisson. Not as soft, lathered well and worked just as I suspected it would. For the price it can't be beat as a second synthetic brush or something with a little more back bone.[Image: cb7fffc33afe01318d09c56bb99e2e86.jpg]

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#2
(06-23-2015, 05:14 AM)thebluesbox Wrote: Purchased as a second to my plisson, I read reviews that they were a little stiffer than the plisson, so, they are. Worked well a little more scritchy than a plisson. Not as soft, lathered well and worked just as I suspected it would. For the price it can't be beat as a second synthetic brush or something with a little more back bone.[Image: cb7fffc33afe01318d09c56bb99e2e86.jpg]

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I agree! For 5 - 10 bucks too.

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#3
Excellent brushes, I use one in a travel case.  If I loose it, no a big deal and at a replacement cost of under $10, not sure how you could go wrong.

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#4

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Finland Europe
S-Brush with moose horn 


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#5
Cool looking handle!

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#6
I've yet to buy one but I have heard many praise the omega synths as the best value to performance brush available. For under $10, the performance i've heard is a steal.
#7
I like mine. It's my first synthetic. It doesn't load quite as easily as my boars, and it's a little difficult to splay. I do like it better than my Super Badger, and I like that it's softer than my boars on the face.
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#8
I am a big fan of the Omega S-Brush synthetics, for the price they are very hard to beat and I would easily recommend one over a boar or badger in the same price range.

Having said that, the new Fine Accoutrements 20mm "Angel Hair" brush is already starting to be disruptive. It uses the same fibers as the more expensive (and nicer) Plisson and The Grooming Co. synthetic brushes and is only $20 which puts it firmly in the "budget" brush range.
#9

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Philadelphia, PA
(07-03-2015, 10:21 PM)whacko Wrote: I am a big fan of the Omega S-Brush synthetics, for the price they are very hard to beat and I would easily recommend one over a boar or badger in the same price range.

Having said that, the new Fine Accoutrements 20mm "Angel Hair" brush is already starting to be disruptive. It uses the same fibers as the more expensive (and nicer) Plisson and The Grooming Co. synthetic brushes and is only $20 which puts it firmly in the "budget" brush range.

love the look of the retro handle on that Fine Accoutrements brush. I might have to pick one up.

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#10

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Leeds, UK
Excellent brushes in the Omega S Series though I must admit I am looking forward to getting hold of the Fine Angel hair


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