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- First time badger brush
At first I was a bit disappointed with the later I got from the time spent working the soap (it was fairly thin, trialling Cella and Mitchell's Wool Fat).
I ended up (through trial and error) finding out that my brush was far more loaded with water than I thought so now squeeze out absorbed water then lather for 2 - 3 times longer than my boar brush and provides a great lather for 3 passes.
As far as the Chubby line goes, if you have good dexterity, you should be good with the Chubby 1 however if you find smaller utilities a little difficult then go for the Chubby 2.
- Great Performing Brush!
I now understand the meaning of "Densely" packed brush!
This translated to both a softer feel on my face as well as a "Lather Monster". Generating lather out of creams and soaps are an ease with this brush!
It is quite small and "Stumpy" so it may slip out of your hands if your not careful!
This brush encouraged me to purchase other "Simpsons" brushes as they are Top notch and a good quality product!
You wont be disappointing!
- A lotta, lotta brush
Ignore the Best grade moniker, Simpsons hair is as good as, or better than any Silvertip IMO. Few other brushes will pack as much high quality hair in as Simpson. That, and the fact they're still handmade in the UK, is why they're pricey.
Soap users may need to adjust technique to begin with, as the Chub is very sponge-like and may take longer to lather up. I still prefer boars with soaps, but for a cream brush, I don't think there's anything better than a Chubby.