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4.6

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93 reviews
89%
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4.5/5
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5.0
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Nov/24/2013

This brush saved my life!! I have read about this brush forever and have always wanted one but the price, oh my god, I have the Extra Large Pure Bristle and it was around $250 I think. My boyfriend bought it for my birthday a little over a week ago and LITERALLY I have given up shampoo completely!
I have fine textured wavy/curly blonde/brunette hair that used to be very dry on the ends and …
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About reviewer (1 reviews)

Age19-24

SkinCombination, Fair

HairBrunette

EyesBrown



3.0
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Jul/05/2013

It was a great brush, but I ended up sticking with the Mason Pearson Detangler (white brush), even though it tends to produce a lot of static. I decided to pass this one on because I hated having to worry about whether my hair was wet or dry. For this brush, you can only brush on dry hair. I don't blow-dry, and sometimes I just want to brush my hair out quickly. This is something I …Read more

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About reviewer (127 reviews)

Age19-24

SkinAcne-prone, Fair-Medium, Neutral

HairBrunette, Wavy, Medium

EyesBrown


5.0
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Jul/04/2013

I love this brush! I didn't really know what to expect, and if it was worth the money - but I can honestly say that I have felt an enormous difference on my hair since I started using this only three weeks ago. My hair is softer, it doesn't break at the ends anymore and I feel like I don't get split ends either. If I had to choose between this hairbrush and any other beauty product …Read more

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About reviewer (1 reviews)

Age19-24

SkinNormal, Other

HairBlond

EyesBlue


1.0
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fromohmary

Jun/26/2013

I recently bought a Mason Pearson pure bristle brush for $200. I thought from all accounts it would be wonderful and make my hair smooth, etc. Not so, it is not worth the money. You can get a Fred Fekkai bristle brush (which is also expensive), but just as good as the Mason Pearson. I called them to ask if I could return, no. Once opened you have bought it! Think twice about paying the …Read more

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About reviewer (2 reviews)

Age36-43

SkinCombination, Other, Not Sure

HairBrown, Other, Other

EyesHazel


5.0
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Apr/19/2013

Firstly, let me start by saying that my hair is very curly, but fine, and cut short. I shelled out what I thought was WAY too much money for the child size version of the pure bristle MP, but I have to say, it's totally worth it, even for my pixie-short hair. It somehow magically and simultaneously reduces puff and creates volume without the need for a heat styling tool. I don't use any …Read more

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About reviewer (133 reviews)

Age25-29

SkinSensitive, Fair, Neutral

HairBlack, Curly, Coarse

EyesBrown


5.0
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Apr/11/2013

I am certainly not one to spend $190 on a brush. But, I have honestly thought about how I wished I had this brush for a decade. I finally decided to bite the bullet and I am SO GLAD that I did! I have baby fine hair and I have been told lots of it. I feel like its thin, but every hairdresser has told me that I have a lot of it. It just seems much thinner than it is because it is so fine. It …Read more

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About reviewer (35 reviews)

Age30-35

SkinCombination, Fair

HairBlond

EyesBlue


5.0
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fromPlinko

Mar/30/2013

I'll start by saying that I don't have the kind of hair anyone would envy. My hair is baby fine, and I don't have a lot of it. I'm not balding, but I don't have a luxurious waterfall of locks. My hair was a mess of static in the winter, and it tangled like mad the second I stepped outside. My hair had to be washed daily to avoid greasy roots, which resulted in dull …Read more

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About reviewer (83 reviews)

Age36-43

SkinDry, Fair, Cool

HairBlond, Straight, Fine

EyesBrown


4.0
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fromMsLove

Jan/11/2013

I have owned my Mason Pearson brush for years, and its great. I have the full size and the mini for a purse. Then one day I bought a Denman (also made in England) for $12 that works exactly the same. My intent was to have one to keep in my travel bag. I can't believe how well it performs - its basically the exact same brush. Only $70 less. I like Mason Pearson but I wish I would have known …Read more

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About reviewer (315 reviews)

Age30-35

SkinCombination, Olive, Warm

HairOther, Other, Fine

EyesBrown


5.0
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Jan/03/2013

I love my Mason Pearson hairbrush, it has been the best beauty investment I have made since my Clairsonic Plus. The use of this brush has helped tame down my frizzies as well as give my hair lush volume. These brushes are expensive but they are so worth it. I highly recommend them to everyone I know that has hair concerns like fine, limp hair. Simply amazing!

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About reviewer (317 reviews)

Age44-55

SkinCombination, Fair-Medium, Neutral

HairBrunette, Wavy, Fine

EyesGreen


5.0
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Nov/29/2012

I realize it seems obscene to spend over $100 on a brush, but it is SO worth it! You'll have this thing for a lifetime. I have had the same one for 13 years and it's still in great shape and I use it a couple times a week. I've had hair dryers melt bristles on other brushes, but this thing is indestructible. Also, leaves your hair smoother than any other flat brush I have tried.

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About reviewer (23 reviews)

Age30-35

SkinDry, Fair, Not Sure

HairBlond, Wavy, Other

EyesBlue





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