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Fuller Brush Half-Round Brush

Half-Round Boar-Bristle Brush from Fuller Brush, the Best for Body and Bounce

Fuller Brush Half-Round Brush

Half-Round Boar-Bristle Brush from Fuller Brush, the Best for Body and Bounce


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Although it's hard to find, the Fuller Brush company still makes this favorite half-round boar-bristle brush. With a turn of the wrist, this boar-bristle brush puts more body into your hair while providing proper styling control. Rows of natural boar bristles gently lift hair for a fuller look, adding soft curves and extra bounce. 8" long.

  • Natural boar-bristle brush won't damage hair or conduct static
  • Made by Fuller Brush Company
  • Solid beechwood handle

Find long-time favorite brands you can trust, like Fuller Brush, in our Beauty department. Style hair with this gentle boar-bristle brush to get that fresh-from-the-salon look.

Fuller Brush Half-Round Brush

Ingredients

Natural Boar Bristles, Beechwood Handle

Care

Wash in warm water and use brush cleaner to remove strands of hair. Avoid soaking wood handle in water. Dry with the bristles facing down. Brush will experience some bristle loss. This is to be expected since these are natural bristles.

Specifications

Shelf Life: Indefinite Shelf Life

Origin

Manufactured In: USA

Material - Country Of Origin: USA

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What Our Customers Are Saying about Our Fuller Brush Half-Round Brush …

"I have used this brush for over 50 years, and it's the only one that gives my hair the bounce and fullness that I like. I have thick hair, and it has some waves in it, and this brush makes it fall into place just perfectly. I have tried to find it locally, but haven't been able to. The current brush is wearing out as the bristles (after 30 years) are just about gone in some parts of the brush, so it's time to replace...." - Carol Neveu, Oakland, CA