03-11-2012, 08:18 AM
  • Johnny
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  • Wausau, Wisconsin, USA
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This little Semogue 1460 is turning out to be one of my favorite Semogue brushes. Even with its shorter loft (compared to the 1305 and SOC) it works up a great lather in my DB 1.5 using both MWF and Proraso soaps. If one is looking for a good small brush, I highly recommend you give the Semogue 1460 a try.


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 03-11-2012, 10:38 AM
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This is one of my favorite brushes. It's classic, old-school painted wood handle along with it's short loft shouts beautiful simplicity.

Densely packed with Semogues Best 90% tops, it's stiffer than the premium hair of the 830/1305 and softer than the extra hair of the 620/1520. The density of the knot combined with it's short 50mm loft make for a brush that's stiff enough to load the hardest soap and yet the tips of the best grade hair make it feel plush against your face.

As one of Semogues least expensive brushes, it packs a wallop of performance and is for me the perfect face lathering brush. I particularly like to use it with Mitchell's Wool Fat.

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 03-11-2012, 10:50 AM
  • Teiste
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  • Salt Lake City,UT
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I have the 1470,which has the same hair but different color handle.
For its price,its really hard to beat : its tips are super soft and has a decent backbone.Both versions are hidden Semogue gems,specially if you like to facelather with circular or paint movements.

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 03-18-2012, 06:55 AM
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+1 Great little brush! Credit to those Portuguese!!

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