The GROOMING PADDLE PLUS INFO 2020

     

Not all paddle brushes are created equal            

                  The GROOMING PADDLE PLUS 

                                                   

                           

Grooming Paddle Plus brush is much more than just another paddle brush, it’s the PLUS that makes the difference and can be used on wet or dry hair.

Our unique GENTLE TOUCH 3D bristles feature 3 types of bristles, a soft nylon for easy detangling and penetration to the scalp, natural black boar for adjusting tension, and natural white boar for increasing the surface shine to each hair. This combination allows for gentle detangling on wet hair and frizz control on dry hair.

Boar bristles are a natural fiber like your hair.

These GENTLE TOUCH 3D bristles in combination help to improve micro circulation (Blood flow to the roots) and exfoliate the scalp.

Make this a daily routine for healthier hair and scalp.

Our narrow oval cushioned pad creates a higher centre profile which allows the bristles to penetrate the hair and scalp with ease.

 The higher rounded peak does 2 things, lifts the roots for volume and adjusts tension for smoothing.

The narrow ends of the pad offer you a slightly firmer brushing when you need that extra tension.

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Where most paddles have a flat straight body shape, Grooming paddle plus has a soft S shape to fit the soft curve of your hand, improving your comfort with less fatigue while grooming.

The balanced holding positions on the brush are contoured and curved to keep your fingers in the perfect position for total control and maneuverability.

This creates the perfect balance for lifting roots for volume or adding tension for a smoother finish.

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