Flowers and Faces Hairbrush
Flowers and Faces Hairbrush
Which Rock & Ruddle option should you choose? Here's a guide:
- XL Luxury (9.25 x 3.25") Mixed Bristle: exceptional for long or thick hair, or for hair extensions. MSRP: $54
- Large (8.5 x 2.5") Mixed Bristle: perfect for hair with typical length and thickness. MSRP: $42
- Small (7 x 2") Mixed Bristle: ideal for children, short hairstyles, a handbag, or traveling. MSRP: $35
- Baby Brush (7 x 2") Super Soft Natural Bristle: for babies or a delicate scalp with extra fragile hair. MSRP: $35
What Makes a Rock & Ruddle Hairbrush So Special? Rock & Ruddle hairbrushes are made with natural boar bristles, which are renowned for caring for your hair due to their structure being similar to human hair. Each bristle glides through your hair, conditioning as it spreads the natural oils from your scalp, making your hair look and feel shiny and healthy. Our bestselling Mixed Bristle hairbrush also has a nylon tip in each bristle bundle which is ideal for detangling and styling. This combination of bristles is excellent for stimulating and exfoliating your scalp to encourage hair growth, while also being gentle enough to not tug on hair. Unlike other hairbrushes of their type, Rock & Ruddle hairbrushes have a removable bristle pad for thorough cleaning, making it possible to replace just the bristle pad after a long period of use, rather than replacing a full brush.
Additional Bristle Pad Options are available for individual purchase on this website and can be easily inserted into any LARGE or SMALL size Rock & Ruddle brush handle. The options include Pure Natural Bristle (without Nylon Pins), Synthetic Mixed Bristle (Vegan-friendly Bristles mixed with Nylon Pins), Extra Soft Baby Bristle (for any Small size brush design), and our classic Mixed Bristle for replacing your original bristle pad when desired, which is available in our SMALL, LARGE, AND XL LUXURY sizes.
Caring for Your Rock & Ruddle Hairbrush: Avoid direct heat on the bristles or submerging the whole brush in any liquid. If the bristle pad gets excessively wet, remove the bristle pad and allow it to air dry before replacing it. Whenever you feel it's needed, you can remove the bristle pad for thorough cleaning: First, remove all hair and as much lint as possible, using another comb or brush. Then, pop out the bristle pad by pinching opposite LONG sides of the bristle pad with your thumb and a finger. Swish the pad around in warm soapy water (NEVER SOAK, as this could loosen the bristles) for approximately 60 seconds. Rinse with cold water, shake off, then pat the bristle pad dry with a towel to soak up excess water. The pad should fully air dry before reinstalling it into the handle. To replace the bristle pad, squeeze the long sides again and insert it at the top of the handle first, then push it firmly back into place going all the way around the brush along the edges.
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