Boots Essentials Cushion Paddle Brush Reviews
Product Type: Boots in Beauty
Description:Type: Hair Brush / Brand: Boots / Subcategory: Brush / Product line: Boots Essentials
Newest Review: ... balls on the end of the plastic bristle things, and so far none of these as far as I can see have come off (I've had this ... more
Customer Boots Essentials Cushion Paddle Brush Reviews (5)
by - written on 09/07/13, updated on 09/07/13 (Very useful, 40 readings)
*~*~*~* Boots Essentials Cushioned Paddle Brush *~*~*~* I bought this hairbrush after my dog chewed up my wooden paddle brush from The Body Shop that I had been using for a few months. I decided that rather than buying another one of those which he would probably get hold of & destroy again anyway to just buy a plastic one which would be sturdy enough to still be in one piece even if he did get hold of it. Poundland had a few but they all were quite flimsy and not the best quality so in the end I bought this one from Boots, which was a quite pricy at £5.49. I think that it's worth the price tag though because it's really well made and sturdy, ... Read the complete review
by - written on 25/08/12 (Very useful, 85 readings)
I own several hairbrushes and really like using a paddle style brush when blow-drying my hair as I find the end result is sleeker and smoother, thanks to the flat design of this style of brush. My last paddle brush was a poor effort, with several bristles becoming loosened after only a month or so of use. This led me to seek out a replacement, and the item I eventually decided to purchase was the "Boots Essentials Cushion Paddle Brush." I have been using this brush for a few months now, and I have recently seen it for sale in a local branch of Boots so it is still widely available as @ the time of writing (August 2012). The current ... Read the complete review
by - written on 07/01/13 (Very useful, 35 readings)
Last year I found myself needing to replace my hair brushes as I had unfortunately lost them when I had a night away in a hotel. I popped down to Boots as I had quite a few clubcard points gathered up and decided to pick up the Boots Essentials Cushion Paddle Brush. The Brush I am really pleased with my Paddle brush from Boots. I have found that it brushes my hair quite nicely and is comfortable to use. The head is oval shaped and the bristles on the brush are plastic and have little balls on the ends of them, they glide through my hair with ease and do not snag my hair even when my hair is very tatty. I have never really felt much pain in getting tats ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/10/12 (Very useful, 39 readings)
I used to use the Avon paddle brush but when the last one I had gave up the ghost and I didn't have an Avon representative I looked elsewhere for a suitable brush. I bought this brush from Boots and it cost me about £5.50 I think, this is actually more than I would normally have spent on the Avon brush as I always wait for them to be on an offer but it wasn't worth paying the delivery charge for the Avon brush. The brush has a near enough oval shaped head with a long handle, the brush is made of black plastic with very strong bristles with little round bits of soft plastic on the ends to stop the bristles pulling. I should point out for anyone who ... Read the complete review
by daisylee3 - written on 23/08/12
This cushion paddle brush is part of the Essentials range at Boots. I bought it around six months ago as I have very long, thick hair and I was in need of a sturdy back-up brush in case my other paddle brush got lost/if my dogs got hold of it and chewed it up as it is wooden. After a quick browse in my local Boots store, I came across this. It is a strong and sturdy brush with a large surface area, so it seemed ideal. At £5.39 this is a real bargain in my opinion, considering how effecient and durable it is. The brush is very average in design. It's made of sturdy plastic and it's black all over with silver band detailing just under the brush head which stops ... Read the complete review
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