So today I looked closely at my Semogue 620 and made an observation. A half dozen to a dozen of these little nodules on the end of hairs. The only thing I can imagine them being are Follicles of the hair. I've never seen such a thing on any other Semogue brush, nor are they present on any of my other boar brushes. I'm curious if the inversion of the hairs is a mistake or a sign that maybe the "extra" grade hair is deliberately flipped. If others with:
A: Other boars
B: Other Semogues
C: Other Semogue "Extra" Grade Boars
D: Other 620's
could check their brushes closely for these things, I'd appreciate it.
Other than the probability that these nodules will likely never allow the hair to split, I don't see any problem with them. If they really bothered me trimming them out wouldn't be a problem, but truthfully they just make me curious. I've owned several dozen boars and never seen this before, so it intrigues me.