The Mason Pearson Pure Boar Bristle Brush has been developed for fine or thinning to normal hair. An iconic hairbrush, loved by generations, it is a British design icon founded in the Industrial Revolution that has stood the test of time. The original pneumatic rubber cushion hairbrush.
The pure boar bristles have superior softness and natural ‘give’ to gently smooth the hair without jagging. Helping prevent damage and split ends; adding body and re-balancing the effects of product residues, colour treatments and daily washing. A great pocket sized option for on-the go styling. The famous orange pad fills with air through a small hole in the tip of the brush, giving the hairbrush a luxurious soft cushion. The high quality bristle ensures beautiful results and longevity of use. The handle shape are still made in small quantities; and are hand-finished to remove any sharp edges and make the hairbrush more comfortable to hold.
– 5 rings of boar bristle tufts
– Bristles flex with cushion to remove static and reduce fly-away hair
– Unique rubber-cushion pad allows for effective and efficient brushing
– Massages and conditions the scalp by distributing the hair’s natural oils
– Ideal for blow drying because the brush grips and holds the hair. This means faster, even drying from scalp to ends
– The hand-polished handle is comfortable to hold and gives the brush a beautiful balance
Start from the tip. To detangle, slowly brush your hair with steady downward strokes to the ends, clearing out any knots and moving the starting position upwards to the crown. Then, brush from the crown to the ends with the bristles massaging the scalp. The pad cushions the impact on the head, flexing with any resistance encountered during the brush stroke. The downward strokes ensure natural oils are dispersed throughout the hair; leaving the hair with high-shine and a natural layer of protection.
To clean, insert a comb horizontally from one side, lift off any dirt and hair; repeat from the other side/ends if necessary. Use the cleaning brush, lining up its tufts with the spaces of the hairbrush to clean the rubber; slightly scrub away the remaining dirt along the lengths of the brush. Add mild soap to warm water, dip the tufts of the cleaning brush and repeat same process as before. Avoid too much water directly on the hairbrush, shake and leave to dry.