BROSSE À CHEVEUX HANDY
Mason Pearson

brand: Mason Pearson
$175
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Méticuleusement fabriquées à la main et finement ajustées, les brosses à cheveux Mason Pearson sont les outils de coiffage par excellence pour tous les types de cheveux. Les soies de sanglier sont placées sur un coussin en caoutchouc breveté, permettant une stimulation optimale du cuir chevelu et un résultat extrêmement doux.

Les Détails

  • poils de sanglier de qualité supérieure sans cruauté
  • poignée souple
  • Brosse de nettoyage en polyamide incluse
  • Dimensions : 8.5" x 2.5" environ
  • Revolve Style N° MPEA-WU1
  • Fournisseur Style N° MP HNDYMIX
  • L'emballage et les matériaux peuvent varier. Veuillez lire les étiquettes, les avertissements et les instructions avant de les utiliser.

Comment utiliser

  • Brossez-vous les cheveux régulièrement en partant de la racine vers la pointe pour stimuler les follicules et favoriser une augmentation de la croissance et la brillance

Mason Pearson, founder-engineer-inventor, went from Yorkshire, Northern England to London in the mid 1860's to work at the British Steam Brush Works, in London's East End, in a partnership later known as Raper Pearson and Gill. The business was in general small-brush making. The brushes were made by hand. Mason Pearson invented an automatic brush-boring machine to speed up the whole process of brush making in 1885, for which he won a Silver Medal at the International Inventions Exhibition in London in that year. In the same year, he invented the "pneumatic" rubber-cushion hairbrush. It took until 1905 to improve his technique, much of which was still required to be done by hand. His widow continued the business on her own for a further 20 years, when the next generation was ready to take its part. During this period, the decision was made to concentrate on Mason Pearson's rubber-cushion hairbrush. The product design used nowadays is similar to the original 1885 model with the improvements of the fully developed models of the early 1920s.