Mason Pearson Junior BN2 Dark Ruby

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Mason Pearson Junior BN2 Dark Ruby

  • 9"

  • 5"

  • 2.75"


Mason Pearson hairbrushes are not mass produced. Most of the work is carried out by hand, using techniques pioneered and patented by the founder - Mason Pearson - over one hundred and thirty years ago and improved by succeeding generations.


Mason Pearson classic hair brushes are made to suit a variety of hair types and lengths, so there is something to suit every individual. It is also important to choose the correct size for ease and comfort of use.


Your hair type

You want your hair to look and feel its best and nature determines the texture of your hair, its natural elasticity and growth rate. All its other qualities depend largely on how and how often you use a good hair brush. The first step in selecting the right hair brush is in identifying your hair type as this will determine the best choice of tuft.


In general:

Bristle tufts for fine to normal hair

Bristle and nylon tufts for normal to thick or long hair

Nylon tufts for thick or wiry hair


A popular addition to the Bristle Tufts range is a ‘Sensitive’ brush developed for people who have thinning hair or very fine hair. This brush gently stimulates the scalp.


The size of the brush

Choosing the right size of hair brush depends largely on the size of your hand - you will want the brush to be held comfortably in your hand while you brush or style your hair.

Mason Pearson Ladie’s brushes are made in four sizes – Large, Medium, Handy and Pocket and the Men’s brushes in two sizes - Large and Medium in the Military Style.


Also available is a ‘Child’ Pocket size in response to popular demand. This enables a child between the age of 3 and 6 to become accustomed to the activity of brushing their hair.


In general, the longer the hair the bigger the brush required, however, if you are more comfortable with a smaller brush, it may be necessary to use a smaller ‘mixture’ model instead of a larger pure bristle one.