Many of you would have heard of, or recognised, Denman hairbrushes. Denman has more than 75 years of history. Their story began in 1938, when the first Denman hairbrush received its patent in the US. Popularised by Vidal Sassoon in the 1970s, Denman hairbrushes are still used and loved by professional hair stylists around the world today.
Denman produces the majority of their products in the UK. (Check the packaging - but if you are getting one of the Classic Styling or Grooming brushes, then there is a good chance that it is made in the UK.)
As with anything, these high quality Denman brushes do cost a bit more than the China made plastic ones. But imagine waking up every morning and massaging your scalp with this very nice brush (and these hairbrushes last a very long time), then the investment is well worth it.
If you desperately want a Denman brush after reading this post, then you can get it from their official website at www.denmanbrush.com. Unfortunately, international delivery charges currently start at £10.57, which might cost more than the brush itself.
Miss Curator has found Denman at a few small hair product stores in Hong Kong. However, they are limited to a couple of models (including the classic D3 styling brush) and cost twice as much as the UK. Alternatively, get one when you visit the UK. Boots and Superdrug stock a few basic models, but we found the best selection at John Lewis.