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90%
would repurchase
4.5/5
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5.0
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4 months ago

I did lots of research and read tons of reviews. I ordered it online so this made it especially tough to decide site unseen. It's waaaaay to expensive a purchase to get it wrong. I decided on the next size down from the large which they call a small. to backup I initially ordered a pocket pure bristle and it was way too small for every day. I did like the way the bristles felt on my scalp …Read more

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About reviewer (19 reviews)

age44-55

skinCombination, Fair-Medium, Warm

hairBrunette, Wavy, Fine

eyesGreen


5.0
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Nov/12/2017

I recommend everyone to buy a mason pearson bristle. This is the best brush for your hair. After brushing my hair shines and feels ultra soft. I have thick asain hair and the quality of the brush is the best for a lifetime! Worth every penny

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About reviewer (17 reviews)

age25-29

skinCombination, Fair-Medium, Unknown

hairBrunette, Unknown, Unknown

eyesGreen


1.0
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Sep/24/2017

Buying this brush is one of my biggest beauty buy regrets. I feel like it was such a waste of money. I have cheap boar bristle brushes (that seriously fall in the $2-3 range from Wal-Mart) that I love and that turn my hair to smooth silk, and gently work out any knots from my hair. This brush, by comparison, is unbelievably harsh. I have long, fine hair and the Mason Pearson brush makes it …Read more

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About reviewer (268 reviews)

age30-35

skinOther, Fair, Not Sure

hairBrown, Straight, Fine

eyesGreen


3.0
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Sep/22/2017

I bought the pure bristle brush in the sensitive version. If I could go back in time, I would get the "standard" one which has boar and plastic bristles. The sensitive brush that I have is perhaps too sensitive....the bristles, when brushing, don't make contact with the scalp and, therefore, i think, lack a potential scalp-stimulating benefit

CONS
- Hair gets stuck …
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About reviewer (154 reviews)

age

skinOther, Fair, Not Sure

hairOther, Other, Other

eyesOther


5.0
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Jul/06/2017

My hair: As a teen & in my early twenties, hip length, (it would grow past my knees if I let it) natural blonde, v fine, ultra soft, v shiny & lots of it, a spectacular mane, I was so proud, loved it.

Thirties onwards: hair dull, thinner, won't grow as long, dry ends, I try every product they bring out to reclaim my Godiva like hair. It had become dark blonde, blah & …
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About reviewer (96 reviews)

age44-55

skinVery Dry, Fair, Unknown

hairBlond, Unknown, Unknown

eyesGreen


5.0
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Mar/19/2017

I just reviewed the Junior which I bought for my daughter. FABULOUS brush. The hype is true! Worth every penny. Apparently the boar bristles do a phenomenal job at distributing the natural hair oil down the shaft. My hair - grey but colored - looks softer and shinier than ever! As a blonde, my hair is almost never shiny - it just doesn't reflect light. However using this brush makes a real …Read more

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About reviewer (71 reviews)

age44-55

skinDry, Unknown, Unknown

hairBlond, Unknown, Unknown

eyesBlue


5.0
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Nov/18/2016

After reading and hearing about Mason Pearson brushes being the Cadillac of all brushes, I wanted to get one. It was very pricey, and kept searching online to for a good deal. Luckily found one store in the UK, they offered me a discount code. I purchased one Extra pure bristle bristle brush (which is the largest size) and a pocket size pure boar bristle brush for my handbag while traveling …Read more

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About reviewer (2 reviews)

age44-55

skinCombination, Medium, Unknown

hairBlack, Unknown, Unknown

eyesBlack


5.0
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Sep/02/2016

I've been religiously following Makeupalley's top picks for more than a decade! I can't remember a top pick that I wasn't impressed with. I'm also slightly guilty I have written a review.

When I first learned about the brush, through a rather materialistic book call 100 things to buy before you die. I dismissed it. What is this brush magic? I can buy an IPad …
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About reviewer (1 reviews)

age30-35

skinOther, Unknown, Unknown

hairOther, Unknown, Unknown

eyesOther


5.0
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Jan/02/2016

I purchased this brush in the handy size around 5 or 6 years ago while traveling in London. I had just read about a "$150" hairbrush in one of the beauty magazines and thought, "what insanity! ". (Even though as an older person I can easily afford the product.). I notice the price has gone up since. After trying this brush out at home, I thought I made a $450 mistake! (I …Read more

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About reviewer (89 reviews)

age56 & Over

skinDry, Fair-Medium, Not Sure

hairBrunette, Other, Other

eyesBrown


5.0
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Oct/26/2015

Worth every penny. The brush will last you a lifetime. The bristles intensely massage your scalp and smooth out your hair like no other. I purchased mine 20 years ago and I still have the same one (I wash it regularly).

I know this isn't a website for dog items but have to give a plug for the 4 legged furry babies. I loved how the brush felt so much against my scalp and how it …
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About reviewer (127 reviews)

age44-55

skinDry, Medium, Unknown

hairBlack, Unknown, Unknown

eyesBrown