I'm not someone who can easily plunk down $100 on a single beauty or fashion item. Formal dress, yes. Handbag, maybe. Shoes, no.
So when I spied a Mason Pearson brush online selling for $170, I started to wonder: who would spend that much money on a hairbrush?
The company's website states "the brush gently stimulates the scalp" and that the handle is "hand-polished." Still, it's a rubber cushion hairbrush. Am I missing the allure?
For me, it seems like an awful lot to spend in this day and age on a hairbrush. For $170, I'd be expecting a cut and color to go with it. Maybe even breakfast served in bed?!
Nope. I think I'll still go with the brushes at Ulta that range in price from under $10 to $25 to keep my hair in check.