Beechwood Travel Hairbrush
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Sustainably brush your hair with this tiny and very portable beechwood hairbrush! Made from FCS certified sustainably sourced beechwood, natural rubber cushion, and bamboo pins, this brush is cute and completely plastic-free
This brush is gentle on tangles, helps reduce the frizz, and comes in a convenient travel size for on-the-go styling or the kids!
Care Instructions: Brush is water-resistant; use on wet or dry hair. Avoid excessive water exposure. If the brush does get wet, use a towel to dry and allow it to air out a bit before storing. Over time, you may wish to oil or wax your brush handle to help repel water. With proper care, this brush will last for years.
Packaging: Kraft paper box
Definitely the most artful brush I've owned. Perfect travel size, all natural brush on the market.
I also have thick hair and it worked as well as any other hairbrush. It got out all of my tangles. As a good quality hairbrush I will definitely take it on my next trip. The only "bad" thing was that there was some glue on the wood part, but I easily scratched it off with my nail. The reason I got a hairbrush instead of a comb is because the bamboo comb I used before eventually came apart from use and possibly using it on my hair when it is wet, and I just like hairbrushes more, so I hope this one lasts a long time!
The tines of the brush have little balls on the tips that make it more comfortable and enjoyable to use. It's well-made and an affordable price for something made sustainably with no plastic.
If I had thinner hair I'd love this brush. The bristles are shorter and the rubber base is very flexible so they kind of bend over my very thick hair instead of combing through it. But I love the shape in my hand and it's probably perfect for thinner hair.
I really liked how small and effective this brush was , while it lasted. It came off only after 5 uses :/
Oh no! Thanks for letting us know about this.
Sometimes this happens, but we have you covered. :) Would you like a replacement, or a refund? Send me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org with your answer and I'll make it happen.
On a side-note, a bit of glue might fix this issue.
Either way, you deserve a working brush or a refund.
Sadly, this brush didn't even last its first use before the rubber popped out. I'm so disappointed because my intention in buying it was to reduce waste, not create more. I will try to reglue but I don't have high hopes.