evo bruce 28 natural boar bristle brush 28mm
4.9 of 7 reviews
4 instalments of $11.25
4 instalments of $11.25
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evo bruce 28 natural boar bristle radial brush has a 28mm diameter barrel, with natural boar bristles that stimulate the scalp, reduce frizz and add shine. evo bruce 22 has a pik on the handle for easy sectioning. this is the smallest brush in the bruce line.
- Cruelty Free
What customers say
- Dull, lacking shine
- Frizzy hair
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4.9 of 7 reviews
100% recommend this product
Most Helpful Positive
This brush has revolutionized the way I style my hair. I have very fine, thin hair and it wasn't until I started using this brush that I have been able to style it effortlessly without having to use a straightener. It grips my hair well but doesn't pull or snare as some brushes can. It comes with a great pic which is perfect for removing stray hairs that get stuck in the brush. I also use it to part my hair sometimes. I think this brush is well worth the money and I am so glad I purchased it!
Perfect for my fine hairThis brush has revolutionized the way I style my hair. I have very fine, thin hair and it wasn't until I started using this brush that I have been able to style it effortlessly without having to use a straightener. It grips my hair well but doesn't pull or snare as some brushes can. It comes with a great pic which is perfect for removing stray hairs that get stuck in the brush. I also use it to part my hair sometimes. I think this brush is well worth the money and I am so glad I purchased it!
Hair game changer!I was a little unsure if I needed this brush but after one use I was convinced. I recently started bleaching my hair and noticed the damage. This brush has really helped with dry ends and styling. For the first time, I have started to enjoy brushing my hair
Prefer this to Mason PearsonMy fine and thin hair tends to become flyaway or static when I brush it. Not with the Bruce.
I also have a Mason Pearson brush but prefer this one as it is much more versatile and heaps easier to clean. That's important because my hair is also prone to oiliness and any product residue transferred from a brush weighs it down.
Best brushes that I have ownedI have never been a brush snob but then again I never understood the difference of using different types and quality brushes.. that is until I used Evo brushes. I have naturally wavy hair that once brushed will turn in to a flyaway fuzz. Since using my first Evo brush my hair is a completely different person. It shines, sits nicely and looks so healthy. This is the second Evo brush I have bought and is just divine. Even the packaging makes me so happy. Using these brushes has allowed me to practically master the hairdresser blowwave as well... who knew it was all in the brush..
Great valueI cannot rave about EVO brushes enough, they are strong unlike plastic and great quality! Perfect for my sometimes unruly hair. I believe its worth the money to invest in a long lasting brush.
Well worth the money if you have fine hairI have very fine hair and I wanted a good quality brush. This is perfect! I use a very good hair dryer along with it and I never need to straighten up parts of my hair. The bristles grip the hair but never snag it. It has a pick which I use to part my hair and then clean any hairs left on the brush (let['s face it nobody likes a hairy brush!) It's perfect for me and I am so glad I bought it! Highly recommend this one!
Great round brushI was looking to upgrade my brushes and, with fine hair, I wanted to get brushes to help me get a better blow dry. I was drawn to the Evo line because they seemed to be good quality, had a variety of different brushes and combs and are just plain pretty for a coordinated set!
The Bruce line tick all the boxes - the boar bristle is densely packed, the brush isn't not too heavy, it has a sectioning pick and a comfortable handle. I did find it shed during my first two uses but that seems to have stopped.
I've always owned at least one boar-bristle radial brush but I think quality makes a big difference, as the result I'm getting from my Bruce is far better. I get less volume than with a ceramic vented brush but noticeably more shine. I can get the best of both worlds by using a Hank brush first to add volume, smooth and dry the section; and, with the hair still hot, I put the hairdryer down and grab a Bruce to run through the section several times until its cool. It's a trick a hairdresser taught me - the cold bristle brush helps to get the curl in, set the section and add shine, and it's easier to do at home yourself.
The Bruce 28 is great to get a good wave/curl into the hair. Easy to work with. Highly recommended for medium-long hair.