Kent Salon Brushes

Kent brushes was founded in 1777 by William Kent in the reign of George III. They hold a pre-eminent place in the history of brush making, with an unbroken record of excellence in the quality of their production. The company continues to retain the craftsmanship and unprecedented quality that is Kent’s reputation. Even in today’s fast moving mass production assembly. They are proud to still be manufacturing many of their original brushes by hand.

We at Jo Jordan salon use they range Kent Salon Brushes a dynamic collection of 17 brushes. “No corners have been cut and no expense has been spared in our pursuit of perfection. Every characteristic and every design detail is functional and with reason. These are no ordinary hair brushes. They are brushes with purpose, precision and authenticity. Welcome to a new level of excellence” – Kent salon

These are not just typical hair brushes, these are precision tools for those seeking perfection with their desired outcome! And we at jo Jordan’s not only use these brushes but we also sell them!

We use these brushes all throughout the day using care and passion with our services! For our work throughout the day we generally like to use the KS10, KS14, KS16 and KS17 and KS01.

For brushes such as the KS02, the curved vent brush, we like to use this brush for a dressing the hair. Giving volume, smoothness, and works to the natural shape of the head.

For all the weddings we do here at Jo Jordans we rely on a good back combing and dressing brushes to give a perfected finish for a bridal parties! We use the KS04 brush for this which is our essential tool moulder from a single piece of heat proof ABS. This brush is poise and balanced in a way that is second to none, the extended curved and tapered handle finishes in a beautiful point, which is perfect for when we need to pick up sections of the Hair. A fantastic brush to use!

Available here at Jo Jordan hair salon! We will guide you to the brush that will suit your hair type best!

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