clearcrystalwaterPlatinumClearcrystalwater
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14 yrs, 6 mths ago

Mason & Pearson for Fine, longish hair?

Does anyone know what the best Mason and Pearson brush would be suited to longish, fine hair? I have fine hair but a lot of it. Anybody with any ideas?

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  • sharnsbPlatinumSharnsb
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    14 yrs, 5 mths ago

    you have to use it, it is gentle on all hair and magically gets out all the knots!
    a fantastic investment

  • sharnsbPlatinumSharnsb
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    Platinum
    14 yrs, 5 mths ago

    you have to use it, it is gentle on all hair and magically gets out all the knots!
    a fantastic investment

  • sharnsbPlatinumSharnsb
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    Platinum
    14 yrs, 5 mths ago

    you have to use it, it is gentle on all hair and magically gets out all the knots!
    a fantastic investment

  • leftlane
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    Leftlane
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    14 yrs, 5 mths ago

    Hi,
    Hoping the imfirmation below will assist you with the Mason Pearson brush:
    Pure Bristle brushes: For fine to normal hair, fine long hair.
    The models: Large Extra, Small Extra, Handy Bristle and Pocket Bristle.
    The Sensitive models are for very fine or thinning hair.

    In general, the longer the hair the bigger the brush required. However, if a person is more comfortable with a smaller brush, it may be necessary to use a smaller mixture model instead of a larger pure bristle one.

  • leftlane
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    Leftlane
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    14 yrs, 5 mths ago

    Hi,
    Hoping the imfirmation below will assist you with the Mason Pearson brush:
    Pure Bristle brushes: For fine to normal hair, fine long hair.
    The models: Large Extra, Small Extra, Handy Bristle and Pocket Bristle.
    The Sensitive models are for very fine or thinning hair.

    In general, the longer the hair the bigger the brush required. However, if a person is more comfortable with a smaller brush, it may be necessary to use a smaller mixture model instead of a larger pure bristle one.

  • leftlane
    Bronze
    Leftlane
    Founding Member
    14 yrs, 5 mths ago

    Hi,
    Hoping the imfirmation below will assist you with the Mason Pearson brush:
    Pure Bristle brushes: For fine to normal hair, fine long hair.
    The models: Large Extra, Small Extra, Handy Bristle and Pocket Bristle.
    The Sensitive models are for very fine or thinning hair.

    In general, the longer the hair the bigger the brush required. However, if a person is more comfortable with a smaller brush, it may be necessary to use a smaller mixture model instead of a larger pure bristle one.

  • sharnsbPlatinumSharnsb
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    14 yrs, 6 mths ago

    they also sell them at vic market at this awesome pharmacy!
    now they have combs too

  • sharnsbPlatinumSharnsb
    Founding Member
    Platinum
    14 yrs, 6 mths ago

    they also sell them at vic market at this awesome pharmacy!
    now they have combs too

  • sharnsbPlatinumSharnsb
    Founding Member
    Platinum
    14 yrs, 6 mths ago

    they also sell them at vic market at this awesome pharmacy!
    now they have combs too

  • Rebecca D MUAPlatinumRebecca D MUA
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    14 yrs, 6 mths ago

    Mason and Pearson brushes wont cause static as they are made from genuine boar bristle – and they`re very gentle. Go to a store that sells them (David Jones etc) and have look at the different types – some cost about $250.

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