Hair Cutting Comb
Hair cutting comb is made from a smooth acrylic to avoid damaging hair.
This is the result of an internationally patented process that replicates natural tortoise shell. The plastic comes to the factory in Switzerland from Italy in a sheet, where it is die-cut into general the general shapes of the comb styles. From that point, until the comb is finished, everything is done by hand. Each tooth is cut, one at a time, on a special saw. The comb is then tumbled in a polishing drum to smooth the surface. The next step is hand polishing to remove all burrs, sharp edges, and surface imperfections. Finally, it is buffed to create the high gloss finish.
*Ingredients may be subject to change. The most accurate and up to date product ingredient list can also found on the product packaging.
The Mason Pearson Hair Brush, it is 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 years ago and improved over succeeding generations.
Choosing a Hair Brush
Boar Bristle Tufts: generally used for fine to normal hair, except where specified.
Boar Bristle & Nylon Tufts: generally used for normal to thick hair.
Nylon Tufts: generally used for thick hair.