This is the latest limited edition released from leading brush brand, Denman who have teamed up with Northern Irish artist, Emma Geary aka ‘AnarKitty’ to create a sassy, sexy edition of their famous D3 Brush.
The Denman D3 Brush is an absolutely classic brush that everyone should own whether they’re a haircare professional or a hair lover styling their hair for a Saturday night out. It’s an essential styling tool that is so easy to use to create a multitude of hair styles from the classic but basic to the volumised and glamorous. The D3 features the famous half round rubber pad which helps to smooth the hair and it is made up of smooth, round ended nylon pins that are set in a staggered formation to help to provide excellent grip and control for maintaining tension on the hair while styling. It’s great for creating sleek bobs and for flicking the hair out on the ends. I also love to use it to back comb large sections of my hair.
When Denman and AnarKitty got together, they were looking for artwork that was stylish, original and unique and they certainly found that with AnarKitty’s style which is all about focusing on the strong, individual women in today’s society but with a twist of femininity. She signs her work with her initials ‘AK’ which have been printed onto the front of the brush and next to the artwork on the back. The main design on the reverse of the brush incorporates the Denman crown, the famous asymmetrical bob hairstyle and the Rococo swirl design. AnarKitty named this piece ‘Sassy’ as a tribute to the late Vidal Sassoon who endorsed Denman brushes and help to make them as popular as they are now using his great blow drying techniques.
Denman brushes are British made which is one of my favourite things about them, besides how well they perform, as I’m really proud of such great craftsmanship coming from the UK. With Christmas fast approaching, I think one of these AnarKitty brushes would make a lovely stocking filler for any fashion concious woman.
At only £7.50 this brush wont break the bank. It can be bought direct from the Denman website.
What are your favourite Denman brushes?