Thursday, March 12, 2009


Regardless of the damages our hair has accrued over years
of bleaching and the use of curling/straigtening irons and
chemicals, we realize that it takes more than simple brushing,
to keep out locks looking their best. Sometimes we need to
really pamper our hair with a fantastic deep conditioning.
Sometimes we need to remind ourselves to put down that
hairdryer every once in awhile and simply let our hair dry
naturally. And sometimes you need to switch your hairbrush.

You can have all of the fancy brushes and tools in the
world, but if you don't have a quality hairbrush it
won't matter.

Right now I'm all about Mason Pearson hairbrushes.

There's a wide ranges of hair brushes to choose from, but
every single one of them is desgined for easy use and comfort
(love the cushion pad underneath the bristles). You can choose
between boar bristles, nylon bristles or a mix of
both.

Mason Pearson Mixture Bristle Brushes
$72 and up at Amazon.
£44.00 and up at Chemist Direct.

7 comments:

Fabuless Beauty said...

Hmm...are there cheaper dupes of Pearson brushes?

Marian said...

Mason Pearson are simply classics! great feature. I work freelance honey for some clients and for some I work for them regularly and directly. big kiss,
Marian

Sharon Rose said...

Hi there-thanks for sharing, they sound a very decent brush indeed!

Grayburn said...

I would love to own one of these but unfortunately out of range at the moment! I do love boar bristles in my brushes :)

hmmm...strawberries!

have a great weekend,
xo Grayburn

speel00 said...

I do not want my brushes to have animal hairs in them.

Couture Carrie said...

I have always wanted a MP brush!

Be sure to stop by my blog as I am having a contest today!

xoxox,
CC

alan said...

I would like to use March-Mason Pearson Hairbrushes. Thanks a lot for this awesome information. keep working and posting variety of articles.


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