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A Cheap Solution To What Could Be A Bulky Problem (Or Why Take Four Hairbrushes When You Can Take One?)
I have seen video versions on YouTube of what I am about to attempt.  The two I like the most are by "My Simple Little Pleasures" (in English - about nail varnish) and "Beautygloss" (In Dutch - about fashion and beauty).  I think the proper version is what is known as a "Haul video" where the human goes shopping and informs the world on video about what they have bought.  I would not have attempted it in blog form (let alone video form which I refuse to do) if I hadn't seen the "Interchangeable Hairbrush".

I was standing in "Wilkinson's" in Leicester - looking for something to use to keep my hair out of my face - when some seriously strange (and - in a couple of cases - worrying) objects caught my eye.

I examined (and discarded) something which advertised itself as a "Fringe Cutting Comb"(looked too complicated) and something else which advertised itself as a "Hair-Straightening Brush" (two brushes on a hinge).

Then I saw what looked like heads for brushes without handles.  There were an "Interchangeable Radial Brush Head", an "Interchangeable Thermal Brush Head", an "Interchangeable Paddle Brush Head", and an "Interchangeable Brush Head" (all for less than £2.00 each).  When I looked further along the display I found four handles - all advertising themselves as interchangeable handles (all for roughly the same price).

 
I was so intrigued I bought all eight components and brought them home for further examination.

They are easy for me to put together and use.  (Just make sure you don't rest your thumb or finger on the release button when you come to use the assembled brush - otherwise it may come apart.)

I think these may come in useful when you are packing to go travelling but you don't want to pack big brushes.

Below is a photo of an assembled brush (the large black mark is the release button).



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