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Losing its bristles
on 2 August 2012
The bristles in this brush are not as soft as most boar bristle brushes I've seen, so if you have fine hair, this is not for you, as it might scratch and hurt your scalp.
However, on thicker hair this manages to penetrate it in a way soft bristles couldn't. So if you have straight yet thick hair and your usual boar bristle brush only seems to go through the superficial hairs, maybe this is what you're looking for. But be gentle, because the bristles are not cushioned, so avoid applying too much pressure.
It is a very small brush, it might take sometime to brush long hair, but the size is ideal to carry it in a purse.
This brush has a nice, sturdy handle. However, contrary to all other Kent brushes I own, this particular one constantly sheds its bristles. Everytime I use it I see boar bristles all over the floor. I'm afraid that very soon most of the bristles will fall out. Kent had never disappointed me before, but if I lose this particular brush, I won't buy it again.