Mason Pearson Nylon Universal Brush NU2

This Mason Pearson brush comes in a box with a cleaning brush and care instructions.

A great detanger for thicker hair. With 7 rings of nylon tufts to stimulate blood flow to the hair roots, the density of the bristles allow conditioning sebum to be more evenly distributed from the roots to the ends of the hair.

Regular brushing plays an important part in the condition of your hair. Brushing spreads essential oils along the length of the hair giving it strength, suppleness and producing a healthy sheen.

To maintain the quality of the Mason Pearson hairbrush it is not mass produced. Most of the work is carried out by hand, using techniques pioneered and patented by the founder -Mason Pearson- over one hundred years ago and improved over succeeding generations. In addition the materials are first-class. Mason Pearson hairbrushes are made in different sizes, materials and colours, at a wide range of prices.

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J A Brown wrote:
I read a review of this brush ages ago and dismissed it because ... well, who spends this kind of money on a brush, right? Then, as Christmas drew nearer, I kept going back and looking at it again and again. I calculated how much I spent on cheaper brushes whose bristles break. And my hair kept growing. Finally I bought it as a present for my kids to give to me for Christmas. And guess what? It's one of the best presents ever.

There are several Mason Pearson brushes to choose from. I bought the medium-sized one with nylon bristles, partly because I'm wary of the sourcing of pig bristles, and partly because my hair is very long and very thick. The brush goes right through my hair, which is more than any other brush has ever done. It doesn't pull. It massages my scalp. It even seems to introduce air at scalp-level so that my hair doesn't look all flat on top and bushy at the bottom.

I know it's only a brush, I know it's only hair, and I hate to sound like a twit about something so relatively trivial... But seriously: if you've got long hair, you want this brush.
Denise wrote:
Decided to buy this brush having read a magazine article about it. Glad I did. I have long and very thick hair, which over time has become very dry and frizzy. The article I read specifically mentioned my type of hair and claimed that over a fairly short amount of time, this brush improves the condition of your hair. Something to do with it's massaging effects on your scalp and encouraging your natural oils to help your hair. This brush easily manages my hair and feels good to use. Leaves my hair knot free and silky smooth. The article said that the more you use this brush the better condition your hair will become. I would agree.