Snake Print

(2 customer reviews)


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Large, Small

Bristle Type

Mix, Pure, Synthetic, Baby

2 reviews for Snake Print

  1. Sarah Colton

    OMG! Rock & Ruddle hairbrushes were made for people like me with long Christmas shopping lists. These brushes are the BEST and most FUN Stocking Stuffers! And not just for others. First of all for me. I absolutely love the one I already have — a small sleek and sultry Python brush which spends its days and nights lurking languidly in the shadows of my handbag, warding off The Evil Eye while at the same attracting admiring glances of friend and stranger. And, I TOTALLY need another — Because first of all, it has become my signature hairbrush, and frankly, it’s exhausting having to race upstairs every morning to get it out of my handbag instead of just keeping one in the bathroom…. Oh, yes, and I should definitely keep one in the car. Check. Check. Looking down my Christmas list… Let’s see, there are my three daughters — each of whom has, on at least one occasion, ‘borrowed’ my Precious Rock & Ruddle Python brush for an extended period of time. So better get them each at least two. Maybe the ZEBRA. Maybe the LEOPARD. Just MAYBE another PYTHON. And since they are also CAT and DOG people, how can I resist those? Check. Check. Check. Now, for that lovable rascal, my grandson. Definitely the TRUCKS for morning tangles. And a RABBIT for quieter moments (dream on….). Check Check. Can’t leave my husband out, even though his hair is thinner than he would wish. He still brushes faithfully every day with great hopefulness. The Green Racing Stripes with a nice round #1 in the middle will send him my most sincere message. Check. Oh, gosh, can’t forget Mama, my sisters, my brother, a few in-and-out laws, and my dear friends Paula, Kathryn, Farley, Bacot, Millie, Eleanor, and Sallie… CheckCheckCheckCheckCheckCheck.CheckCheckCheckCheckOoooooh! How I love Rock & Ruddle brushes at Xmas Time. Check and Ahhhh! And now that all my Christmas shopping has been done so quickly and efficiently, I think I’ll just put my feet up and enjoy a glass of Champagne. Thank you Rock & Ruddle. Check and CHEERS!

  2. Amy Downer

    Bought this for both my step-daughter (15) and friend (40+) and both love it. The cool design and great brush were a win. Also brilliant bristles that get through super thick hair!

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Choose from three great sizes:
  • Small (4.6cm x 17.5cm), ideal for your sports bag, school bag or handbag and for travelling.
  • Large (6.5cm x 21cm), perfect for your bathroom or dressing table. Feels luxurious to use.
  • Luxury (7.7cm x 23.5cm), a special larger size, only available for brushes in The Luxury Collection.

Bristle Types

Need to replace your bristles? Bristle pads are now available to purchase! Why choose our natural bristle hairbrush? Natural bristles have microscopic scales that release and spread the natural oil produced in the scalp (sebum) down each hair shaft making it shiny, supple and healthy. The bristles also keep the hair clean as the scales pick up dirt and excess oils as they go through the hair. Our rubber cushion pad minimises pulling on the hair. A Rock & Ruddle hairbrush both cares for your hair and feels comfortable to use. Choose from three bristle types:
Natural bristle & nylon tips: One nylon tip per bristle bundle to thoroughly but gently brush the hair. For all hair types, great for detangling thick hair. bristle-nylon
Pure natural bristle with no nylon tip: For people with less thick hair or more sensitive scalps. Also great for small children. natural-bristle
Very soft bristle for babies: Ideal for the under 2s, only available with the small size brush. baby-bristle

Caring for your brush

Firstly gently remove any hair from the brush and bristles.Wash the bristles by dipping them in warm soapy water. Carefully rinse with cold water and towel dry to remove and soak up any excess water.The bristle pad may be removed for thorough cleaning and then clicked back into the brush back. Avoid submerging the whole brush.