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  • Kent Brushes re-releases the beard brush
  • Kent Brushes re-releases the beard brush
    Nicole Kibert (2010) ©
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Kent Brushes re-releases the beard brush

British brush manufacturer Kent Brushes has just reintroduced its Beard Brush, a reinvention of its product from the 1900s. It’s proved extremely popular for the modern man, too, having already sold out online. But after a 100-year hiatus, what's driven them to re-release the beard brush now?

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