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    Quote Originally Posted by dustoff003 View Post
    Yeah what is a travel brush, or what makes a brush a travel brush?
    Here are the criteria for a travel brush:

    1. It must be a shaving brush. It can be of any size or composition, it just needs to be a type that you would use and have acceptable results with,
    2. It has to fit comfortably into the sturdy case that you found/made/bought for it, and, most importantly,
    3. It has to be one that you don't mind taking out of your regular rotation and KEEPING IN YOUR TRAVEL KIT...ALWAYS. If not, you'll forget to pack it.

    The best travel brushes are ones that don't get left behind.
    Last edited by Peter57; 01-19-2013 at 06:46 PM.

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    the vulvix travel brush is the best cheapest one out there. I love it very much. works fabulous all over the world with soaps and creams

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    Quote Originally Posted by sleekandsmooth View Post
    the vulvix travel brush is the best cheapest one out there. I love it very much. works fabulous all over the world with soaps and creams
    Even in Tasmania?

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