Mason Pearson Small Extra Hair Brush (B2)
The Small Extra isn't small at all; it's just a little smaller than the Large Extra.
- The "Extra" in the model name refers its stiffer boar bristles.
- Best suited for medium-long hair of average to moderate density.
- 7 rings of stiffer-grade pure boar bristle tufts
- Each tuft contains bristles cut in 2 lengths
- Shorter bristles focus on cleaning and polishing the hair cuticle
- Longer "spired" bristles collect and distribute natural oils that add body and shine.
- Pneumatic rubber cushion regulates the penetration of each tuft to effectively condition the hair and scalp.
- Overall size is 8 7/8 by 2 3/4 inches.
- Special cleaning brush included.
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For once, my wife truly loves my gift to her. She uses her brush daily, and she literally hasn't stopped talking about how happy she is with it. Thank YOU for such speedy service with my order.
The small extra hair brush (b2) that I purchased is a Christmas present for my daughter so I can't review this specific brush, but I do have the Larger extra (B1) which I have had for a year or so now. It's by far the nicest hair brush I've ever owned. I would recommend these brushes to anyone that cares about their hair. Be sure and take the time to find the right brush for your hair and for sure you'll be glad you bought one. Money well spent.
Love my new brush. Purchased 3 decades ago a smaller version. It was the best brush ever. Old one started to lose bristles. Needed new one. After researching I needed all bristle one due my fine hair. Since my hair is long, the new brush makes it easier to untangle. I also notice my hair is silkier.
Always recommend Mason Pearson brushes. In fact, my friend brought one after seeing mine.
Lovely. I had one of these that lasted me 30 years, given to me by my parents as a teenager, and it is wonderful to get a replacement. I thought I would never manage it, not being in the UK any more. I am very happy:)
I love the brush and am very impressed with its quality and size. My one regret is that I chose the all boar bristle and not the one with a mixture of nylon and boar bristle. I have fine hair but I have a lot of it (I guess medium density) and right now it is below shoulder length. This brush gets down to the scalp without a problem and feels wonderful but does not catch all the hair as one brushes out toward the middle and bottom of the lengths. It was such an extravagance that I don't think I will ever consider buying the other variation. What a pity to have spent all that money and end up with something that leaves one with regrets! My other option is to cut my hair shorter and hope it will solve the problem.