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November 01, 2018
Did you ever stop to compare an iPod with the Sony Walkman? Probably not, as the Walkman was already on its way to the V&A. People are getting the same feeling with the No.1 Brush. No tangles, no tears, and a quantum leap in brush design.
In professional trials*, it blew the competition away, with superior design features, benefits, user-friendliness and effectiveness.
This new hair brush combines the latest developments in hair brush technology with Michael’s award-winning philosophy for excellence.
*Top West End hairdressers took the 6 market-leading detangling brushes and blind tested them on 5 criteria including look, feel, usability and effectiveness. 9 out of 10 professional stylists voted The No.1 brush first overall.
The No.1 Brush will detangle, blowdry and style in one, whilst protecting the hair and boosting thickness. Handmade – using pins made from Japanese nylon, these super smooth, flexible bristles have been designed to minimise stress to the delicate hair shaft, helping to maintain healthier and thicker hair.
The No. 1 Brush does not pull or tug, which means brushing and detangling with no snapping or breaking. It is so gentle that it’s also an ideal solution to brushing children’s hair. So, for those looking for a multi-purpose brush that is kind to hair without compromising style, the No 1 Brush is the latest and greatest design on offer.
1500 BC Example of a comb from Ancient Egypt
1960s – The classic Denman brush fitted beautifully with the flat Bob styles of Vidal Sassoon. However the stiff pointed bristles easily scratched the scalp.
1980s – The Vent Brush moved on from some of the Denman’s limitations and dominated the early 80s. This lighter plastic brush had holes for air to stream through and knobs on the bristles to soften the effect of the hard plastic. This brush was good for applying mousse and lifting the roots to get big scrunch-dries and other 80’s styles you’d rather not remember.
2000s - Tangle Teezer created a new category in brushes - the detangler. Whilst this moulded plastic brush made a chore slightly easier for those in a rush, particularly children, it isn’t very satisfying to use and sounds unpleasantly scratchy.
covers all the benefits of the 3 brush icons of the last 60 years but performs way better in every single discipline.
November 01, 2018
I have many roles in our business, from running our West End salon to developing our product company, to working on our expansion plans. But at the core, I cut hair.