Is This Brush the New Mason Pearson?
By Elise Minton Tabin |
In the world of hairbrushes, there are those that the majority of us use on a daily basis, and then there are those that are so uberchic and expensive that you better have a serious hair obsession to spend upwards of $150 or more on them. Dubbed the "Rolls-Royce of hairbrushes," the cult classic Mason Pearson brush, which hasn’t changed much since the 1920s, is handmade and beloved for its unique rubber-cushion pad, which gently massages the scalp to promote healthy hair.
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But not everyone wants to drop over $100 on a brush. And that’s where The Marilyn Brush New Yorker ($31) comes in. Named an alternative to the pricey brush, The Marilyn sports the same beloved nylon quill and boar bristle mix as the Mason Pearson to work wonders on the scalp while simultaneously distributing the hair’s natural oils.
Available in three different sizes and sporting a sleek wood handle, this is definitely our pick for when you want a hairbrush that performs time and time again without breaking the bank—a must for the cost-conscious beauty junkie.