The brushes manufactured by the company are made in fine selected woods, natural boar bristles and nylon made especially for heat resistance. Careful manufacturing and strict quality control, make the Blomer brushes, articles of design, presentation and unmatched durability, which places us as leaders in the professional hairdressing market.
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Our Woods

We currently manufacture using woods from the eastern region of the country due to the quality of their sawmills and concern for environmental laws. All the woods used in our factory go through a stuffing process, an artificial drying procedure based in dehydration. When the wood is cut, it shows an 80% level of humidity. The first procedure is a pre-drying in open air, that allows the humidity level to decrease from 60% to 40%. This makes sure that the wood does not get damaged. The second procedure is stuffing, an artificial drying up process until the wood reaches on average a 6% to 12% level of humidity. This humidity allows us to manufacture our brushes without the risk of twisting, warping or cracking, to guarantee a greater durability for professionals in barber shops.


Ceramic Paint

The ceramic painting has the property of heat retention. With this line of brushes, you’ll have a professional tool that besides having an exclusive colour and design will help you achieve a faster blow-dry. Process: The components that give shine to the paintings we use are made with two components called 2K (polyurethanes and varnishes). This procedure is carried out in a pressurised dust free environment enclosure that provides the opportunity to take advantage of these products to dry and harden off easily with heat.


The Bristles

It is important to point out, that besides the size and shape of the hairbrush, what’s also very important is the materials the bristles are made of. Bristles come in different materials and level of strength so when it comes to choosing the right one, you must make sure that it treats you hair gently. To achieve this, it’s essential for the bristles to be strong enough to penetrate and hold your hair without breaking it. For thicker hair use stronger bristles than the ones used for fine hair.


Natural Bristles

The wild boar bristles are imported from the Far East and are branded by their softness. They come in several strength levels. Although considered softer than others, some are rigid and sharp.

  • They can usually straighten hair.
  • Help to distribute the oils better with each stroke and make it look shinier.
  • Produce less static than those made of nylon.
Nylon Bristles

There are two types: the ones that imitate boar’s hair, that usually come in two groups or separated, depending on its thickness and firmness; and the ones mixed with natural bristles improving the quality of brushing.

  • Whatever the type of nylon, it’s better to use rounded tips to stimulate and massage the scalp while brushing.
Size and Shape

The size and shape of the brush are as important as the type of bristle. The size depends on the hair length.

  • A small hair hairbrush is ideal for short hair, and big brushes are ideal for longer hair.
  • The shape is linked to the techniques used to achieve a hairstyle, especially when using a hairdryer as it defines the shape of the hair.