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Do you regularly buy a new hairbrush?

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No I don't seem to - I buy a good one similar to the one in the photo (bristle) and there is just no reason to replace it as it is the same as when I bought it about 5 years ago.
by Finy
No.
I have some really good ones, that can be washed under very hot water and they also last a good while.They are great because they dry quite fast, not into real-hair brush, they do not suit my hair type.
What kind are they, jonaj?

by Vee
I get the ones made in china but are very well made not the expensive ones, like I spend $5 or say $7 big plastic wide brush.
by jonaja
Nope, had the same one for years
No. I have had this hair brush for many years. As long as you take care of it, it should last for many years. We have just recently acquired some beautiful old hair brushes that belonged to my husband's grandmother ( I think ). They made things to last back then. I doubt my current hairbrush will last that long !!!
No. These days I have very short hair and nine times out of ten a comb will do. My brushes are sturdy and washable anyway.
by Rice
Nope.
I buy a new hairbrush only when kids steal mine lol
No. I have always bought very good quality hairbrushes so that I won't need to replace them all the time. The very decent ones seem much harder to buy these day, from what I have seen!
No. I tend to buy a new one when mine gets lost or else if the handle breaks. I think I bought my current hairbrush around 6 years ago.
by AJ
Not regularly. I don't think there is a need. One of my hair brushes is broken though...it snapped in my sister's hair - LOL. it still works, though it takes a bit more effort now without the handle.
by Vee
Nope, only when it's broken or too worn. I have one I really like (a Duboa, I like how they feel) that I clean regularly and keep using.
No I don't. I just wash the ones I've already got. When I travel, I just take a couple of combs, incase I loose 1. I've never bought 1 of the 'real' hairbrushes in the photo though, but 1 of our daughters had a lovely English 1 once. It was expensive, but well worth the money, I thought.
by Miro
No, I don't regularly use brushes, because my hair is naturally curly, I don't need one.
"Mason Pearson" pure bristles made in england
is the only hairbrush to buy, I bought mine about 35 years ago and it still looks new . and I use it every day. also have a small one that I keep in my handbag.
They are expensive but well worth the cost.
No, I don't brush my hair at all! I have naturally curly hair, so I never use one, otherwise I would look like one big frizz ball.
No, I don't need to buy a new brush, because I don't use a brush on my hair, I have curly,wavy hair, a brush would be as abrasive to my hair!
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