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    Who knows where to get a shaving brush in Santo Domingo. I checked Jumbo and pharmacies but can't find one. With all the 60+ men on this forum there must be someone who shaves with soap and a brush!?

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    Amazon.com

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    i read thread title as "shaving bush" and i am deeply disappointed now.

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    hehehe, so did I....

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    There is a beauty supply shop on Leopoldo Navarro, on the eastern side of that avenue that goes north upwards from Caribe Tours (on the 27 February intersection). The American Beauty Soplay (think it is spelled someway like that) is located before you get to San Martin. Think about the level of La Curacao, think it is south of the San Rafael Insurance building. Easy to find. They have lots of brushes there.

    American Beauty Supplay
    L Navarro 63, Santo Domingo
    (809) 685-8725
    Last edited by Dolores; 03-04-2014 at 11:37 AM.

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    200 pesos and your barber will probably give you his. Or just ask him to order one for you.

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    i am bitter that all of a sudden dr1ers seem so keen to keep it on topic

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    The best are made of badger hair, but are not cheap. They last a long time, though. Being as most barbers still use straight razors, I imagine that asking members of rthe tonsorial profession would likely yield good results.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dv8 View Post
    i am bitter that all of a sudden dr1ers seem so keen to keep it on topic
    Im happy your reply gave this topic an impulse so I got some results!

    thanks all!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Xavier_Onassis View Post
    The best are made of badger hair, but are not cheap.
    i cannot decide whether this is on topic or so far off the topic that it should make all of us blush.

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