Whether it's for smoothing, de-tangling or styling, or if you'd prefer synthetic or natural bristles, keep your locks looking fierce and feeling tamed with our range of hair brushes. We have every type of hair brush you could need for your collection, for both everyday use and for those occasions when you want to create a more special style.
- Mason Pearson Pocket Nylon Brush N4As low as £30.50
- Mason Pearson Pure Bristle Pocket Brush B4As low as £54.00
- Mason Pearson Bristle/Nylon Pocket Brush BN4As low as £47.50
- Mason Pearson Child's Pure Bristle Brush CB4As low as £53.00
- Mason Pearson Large Extra Bristle Brush B1As low as £130.00
- Mason Pearson Pure Bristle Small Extra Brush B2As low as £127.00
- Mason Pearson Pure Bristle Pocket Sensitive Brush SB4As low as £54.00
- Mason Pearson Pure Bristle Handy Brush B3As low as £101.50
- Mason Pearson Handy Bristle & Nylon Hairbrush BN3As low as £65.50
- Mason Pearson Junior Bristle and Nylon Medium Brush BN2As low as £74.00
- Mason Pearson Large Bristle and Nylon Brush BN1As low as £89.00
- Mason Pearson Sensitive Hair Brush SB3As low as £85.50
- Mason Pearson Nylon Universal Gentle Brush NG2£56.00Out of stock
- Mason Pearson Nylon Universal Military Brush NU2M£62.50Out of stock
- Mason Pearson Bristle and Nylon Military Brush BN1M£101.50Out of stock
- Mason Pearson Handy Nylon Detangler Brush N3Out of stock
All you need to know about Hair Brushes
Which types of hair brush are bad for your hair?
Choosing the right type of hair brush is important. The wrong brush can actually pull healthy hair out and cause snagging, which in turn can cause breakage and split ends. Avoid brushes made from nylon and plastic, as these can also cause static electricity on fine hair. Finally, ceramic and metal-core brushes may make blow-drying much quicker, but can damage the hair more.
Which type of hair brush should I use?
The answer to this question depends on the type of style you are creating. If you want volume and body, you'll need a round barrelled brush that you can use while blow-drying your hair. Smaller barrel brushes create curls that are tighter, while large barrels create waves. Paddle brushes are great for straight or sleek styles, and smaller styling brushes and combs are ideal for gathering hair into updos and other styles.
How do I clean my hairbrush?
Run a sink of warm soapy water, using gentle shampoo. Hold the handle and swirl the hairbrush around in the water. Then drizzle some shampoo (neat) on the brush and use a toothbrush to gently massage the hair bristles. Rinse the bristles under the tap, and then rinse them again in a sink of clean water. If soap still appears, keep rinsing until the bristles are completely clean.
How do I stop my hair from becoming frizzy when brushing?
The best way to avoid frizz is to only brush your hair when it is damp, following washing. Use a wide-toothed comb or a brush that is specially designed for tangles, and slowly work your way through the lower lengths of your hair. It can also help to towel dry your hair more gently (don't rub it aggressively), and use satin or silk bed sheets rather than cotton.