Semogue 1520 Shaving Brush

Semogue 1520
(4 reviews)
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The Semogue 1520 is a stylish boar hair shaving brush with a painted beech wood handle. It is an excellent all round performer and the price makes the Semogue an irresistible purchase.

  • Boar Hair
  • Knot 22mm
  • Handle 55mm
  • Loft 50mm



  • 5
    A Good Brush

    Posted by DKC on 22nd Sep 2013

    I am writing this review having used this brush daily for a month. As delivered, the brush had none of the pungent odour associated with boar brushes and appeared well made, with very neatly executed paintwork. After a month of use it is nicely broken in, with reasonably soft tips, but still retaining a good degree of backbone. A few hairs have been lost during the break in period, but not enough to cause concern. The paintwork remains in good condition, with no chipping or cracking. I purchased this Semogue for use with hard soaps and face lathering and it has proven very satisfactory for this purpose. Overall, I would be very happy to recommend this product, especially at its very reasonable price.

  • 5
    Excellent brush!

    Posted by Niall Murray on 22nd Sep 2013

    I've been using this brush for about 4 months now and it's been excellent. It holds enough cream for three passes and after it's initial break in it loses little to no hair. The only problem I have had with it is the paint chipping. If I was buying again I would be more inclined to go with a varnished finish or a plastic handle.

  • 5
    It is a Semogue

    Posted by Afonso on 22nd Sep 2013

    After using this brush for many months, I find that does not lose bristles, is not cracked, does a good lather and is very ergonomic.

  • 5
    You Little Beauty

    Posted by Neville on 22nd Sep 2013

    I have used this a couple of times now and it’s a cracker. Big enough, cheap, top quality and holds enough of the good stuff for 3 passes with ease. Recommended. Oh, and the stiffness of the boar bristles is great for soaps, and for lifting the face hair when lathering.