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Mason Pearson BN4 'Pocket Bristle & Nylon' Hair Brush + FREE 1541 London Comb

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The unique rubber-cushion pad, made by hand using Mason Pearson's original techniques, allows effective and efficient brushing;. Made up of FIVE rings of boar bristle and nylon tufts in pneumatic rubb...
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About Mason Pearson Hair Brush

Mason Pearson hairbrushes stimulate the scalp and boost blood flow to hair roots, as well as cleaning your locks. The company has been making its brushes since the nineteenth century ? founder Mason Pearson won a silver medal at London?s International Inventions exhibition in 1885. In that year he invented the ?pneumatic? rubber-cushion pad hairbrush, whose design was perfected by 1905, and continued to be improved well into the 1920s. It has a hand-polished cellulose plastic handle, made without any sharp edges and developed from the early wooden version, which can still be bought today. The essential design of the Mason Pearson brush hasn?t changed drastically, and some of the brushes? names, such as Popular, Junior, Small Extra and Large Extra, are still used today ? equally, most work is still done by hand. Recent improvements and additions to the line include the Sensitive brush for those with very fine or thinning hair, and the Child version which allows kids to get used to the act of brushing their hair. Produced from high quality materials, including natural bristles, and the company?s own type of nylon, developed in-house, these products are designed to be long-lasting. Choose a larger brush for long hair, one with nylon bristles for thick hair, and a bristle and nylon blend for normal or short locks. Pure bristle brushes suit fine and long hairstyles. To look after your brush, keep away from prolonged periods in strong direct sunlight, and don?t use oils or spirits to clean. Use a specialist cleaning brush, and wash occasionally by dipping the cleaning brush into lukewarm soapy water.