A shaving brush is used to apply shaving soap or cream to the face before shave.
A shaving brush is used to apply shaving soap or cream to the face before shave. The shaving cream will make the shave seamless with no razor tugging or razor burn because of the amazing lather built by the brushes.
What Is The Brush For In Shaving?
The shave cream/soap will absorb into the skin and protect your skin from the razor, if you have brushes underneath your facial hair. The shaving cream will make the shave seamless with no razor tugging or razor burn because of the amazing lather built by the brushes. 
What Is Bristle Shaving Brush?
There are bristles. Badger hair is usually used to make shaving brushes. There are more natural and synthetic bristles to choose from. Most shaving brushes are made from the hair of animals. 
What Do You Use A Shaving Brush With?
You’re going to want to use a shaving brush if you want to use shaving soap, shaving foam, or shaving cream. Shaving brushes and their fine bristles are designed to maximize the efficiency of the soap or cream, creating a rich lather with it that simply using your hands or some other tool will not produce. 
What Is A Knot Brush?
The top portion of the shaving brush is referred to as a knot. Knot comes in a variety of grades and attributes. The knot is measured at the base of the hair, where the fibers meet the handle. 
What Is The Softest Shaving Brush?
The soft grade of badger is called silvertip badger. Many shaving enthusiasts use silvertip. Many brands costing 4 to 5 times more money are inferior to theparker silvertip brushes. The silvertips are best for people with sensitive skin. 
Why Do They Use Badger Hair For Shaving Brushes?
The benefits of using a badger hair shaving brush are that it works your preferred shaving cream or soap into a rich lather and holds heat superbly during the shave. Badger shaving brushes can act as a mild exfoliator due to the slightly coarse nature of badger hair. 
Frank Harmenstein is the lead editor of the grooming website Cut Throat Straight Razor, and has over 15 years of experience in the industry. He’s personally tested and reviewed over 200 different straight razors, and has written countless articles on the subject.