[sample] When I think about it, unless specifically stated on the packaging, I assume that all hair brushes are non animal hair. I know that there are still a few animal hair brushes (especially shaving brushes) knocking about but I’d never actively choose it.
I’m super fussy about brushes – I usually use a Moroccan Oil round styling brush and a favourite Daniel Galvin brush (known as ‘the good brush’ in our house and so loved I’ve got 3 of them). These new brushes (vegan) from Kent arrived just I was about to wash and blow dry my hair so I put them through their paces.
The Medium Round Brush (£11) has good grip for a decent straightening pull-through but enough glide that it’s not uncomfortable. I like the fact that it’s static resistant because inexplicably, occasionally I get monster static! I don’t know what makes one day different from another but it happens to Lucy too – usually everything is fine but out of the blue along comes the electric! The best cure for static is water but if your hair, like mine, curls up even if there’s a distant drop of rain, it’s not really an option. The second brush is the Nylon Flat Pin, £10, which I think would make a good kid’s brush because the pins are far enough apart that they don’t get tuggy. It’s actually ideal for my hair type, so if you’re loose curly, wavy or straight, you’d do fine with it. If you’re more prone to tugs, perhaps not, because you need something more firm and tighter bristled to get through. They’re all HERE with several others in the vegan category to choose from.
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