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Mason Pearson Hair Brushes

Treat your hair to the best hair-grooming tools in the business with Mason Pearson’s coveted, top-quality hairbrushes. Mason Pearson hairbrushes are worldwide bestsellers, with a reputation for excellence that dates back to the Industrial Revolution. Mason Pearson himself helped create an automatic brush-boring machine that sped up the process of making brushes. Unexpectedly, these classic brushes originated out of advances in mass production!

After receiving universal acclaim for his invention, Pearson went on to craft the first rubber-cushion brush, and the rest, as they say, is history. To this day, the design perfected in 1920 hasn’t changed, making each Mason Pearson brush not only a stunning, effective brush that improves hair and scalp health, but a true piece of the history of American innovation.

Go for a true classic with the Large Extra Bristle Boar Brush, which uses the original materials that Mason Pearson used over 100 years ago. Boar bristles smoothly detangle hair, helping to evenly distribute oils from the scalp throughout the shafts for shiny, strong strands no matter how often you need to brush your hair. Perfect for daily use, this sturdy brush is guaranteed to last, making it an investment in the future of your hair.

Take Mason Pearson’s innovative design on the go with the Pocket Pure Boar Brush, a compact version of the original design that brought high-quality brushes to the masses. This small but mighty brush lets you take all the hair-health-boosting power of a full-sized brush with you wherever you go. Never be without the stunning quality of Mason Pearson with the Pocket Pure Boar Brush, convenient enough to fit in your purse or carry-on without compromising quality.

Why are boar bristles so effective at detangling and improving hair?
Boar bristles are soft, silky, and sturdy, and they minimise pulling, splitting, and breakage. Superior to plastic bristles, boar bristles gently detangle whilst helping to pull the hair’s natural oils throughout the hair to soften, minimise frizz, and boost overall hair health. Boar bristles move smoothly through hair, never snagging, for smooth, quick detangling that improves the quality of the hair.

Pick up your own piece of hair history with a Mason Pearson brush. Check out all the options to find the perfect brush for you!

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Mason Pearson Hair Brushes


Mason Pearson is a name synonymous with quality, and for good reason. Mason Pearson brushes are an industry staple, used by some of the world’s most sought-after stylists due to the legendary high-quality results they give.


Mason Pearson began making hairbrushes at the British Steam Brush Works in the late 1800s, a factory where brushes were made by hand. Frustrated with the system of hand-making brushes, Mason Pearson revolutionized the brush-making process by inventing an automatic brush-boring machine, which drastically cut down on the amount of time spent making brushes by hand. This invention won Mason Pearson a silver medal at the International Inventions Exhibition in London that same year.


Using this tool to create brushes still required much to be done by hand, and Mason Pearson would continue making adjustments and hammering out better forms of production for his brushes for the next 20 years of his life after initially creating the automatic brush-boring machine in 1885. When Pearson passed away, his widow carried on the business for the next 20 years before retiring from management in the company, letting new management step in and continue the innovation in brush-making in the spirit of Mason Pearson’s initial accomplishments so many years prior.


This led focus in production and marketing to Mason Pearson’s rubber cushion hairbrush design. The brushes made today have retained that original design perfected over the years after its’ invention by Mason Pearson, and thus still retain largely the same design as the original design from 1885. Truly tried, tested, and approved by the haircare industry for over a century, Mason Pearson brushes are a piece of historical innovation that still stands up, even 100 years later.


Mason Pearson offers a variety of brushes to suit your hair type and styling needs. The Pure Bristle brush is ideal for fine-to-medium hair. Thick or long hair responds best to the bristle-and-nylon brush styles. For those with coarse or wiry hair, a nylon-tufted brush is the best choice.


Amazing pure bristles: Natural bristles are hand-selected and cut perfectly for a combination of stiffness to hold, smooth, and straighten hair, and give to prevent bristles from tearing and splitting hair ends.


Many bristle rings: The Small Extra is a big brush with a wide face and many rings of bristles to style even the finest hair. Stylists use this as a finishing brush to promote a beautiful, glossy look.


The original pneumatic rubber cushion: In 1885, Mason Pearson developed and patented the first pneumatic cushion and incorporated it into a hairbrush. This handmade rubber cushion allows air to flow through the hair during the brushing process. Additionally, the rubber cushion flexes as you brush, removing static from the hair while gently massaging the scalp. This massage helps distribute hair’s natural sebum along the hair shaft and aids in stimulating hair growth.


The handle: Mason Pearson brushes are ergonomically balanced and fit comfortably in the hand. The beautiful handles are finished with natural flaxseed oil and hand-polished to a high shine.


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