View Full Version : Kent Brushes
12-10-2006, 04:55 PM
I have never in my life owned a really nice hairbrush, so I figured that I should get one while I still have hair to brush :wink: . I know Kent military brushes are supposed to be the best, I just don't want to fork over $100 if the Swissco ones are just as good and are waaaaaaay cheaper. What are the benefits to having a high quality hairbrush anyway and what should I look for when buying one?
12-10-2006, 05:34 PM
Hi Lorenzo(I guess that's right?). While some of the Kent handmades are very expensive, I noticed some of the oval military style brushes are a good bit less than $40. I emailed them at Kentbrushes about them and they recommnded that two models not make my list. I have a lot of hair but it's fine stranded. The two brushes they said to avoid have soft bristles. I'll have to look at their site to see if I can remember which ones they were. I've heard nothing but good about Kent brushes.
Look here; http://cgi.ebay.com/MENS-MILITARY-OVAL-WOODEN-HAIR-BRUSH-WHITE-BRISTLE_W0QQitemZ140062908000QQcmdZViewItemQQssPag eNameZRSS:B:SILF:US:101
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