Boar Brushes

Boar Brushes range is one of many from our Hair brushes collection and caters to all your hair care needs. Dive into the world of premium grooming with our wide range of brushes, each designed to bring out the best in your hair.

A timeless classic, the Boar Bristle Brush is revered for its ability to distribute natural oils throughout the hair, enhancing shine and health. Ideal for all hair types, this brush is a staple in any hair care regimen. The gentle touch of a Boar Bristle Hair Brush is perfect for reducing frizz and improving hair texture. 

Our Boar Hair Brush collection offers durability and a smooth brushing experience. We have various types such as a Boar Bristle Round Brush, paddle brush, radial brush and more. 

Men's grooming is made easy with our Boar Bristle Brush Men's brushes, designed specifically for the modern man. These brushes are perfect for maintaining well-groomed hair and beards. For a more tailored men’s grooming experience, you can shop Boar Bristle hair brushes, shaving brushes, beard brushes and more from our men’s website Above The Collar.

A Smoothing Boar Brush is ideal for taming frizz and flyaways and allows you to experience the many Boar Bristle Brush Benefits, known for naturally conditioning hair and improving its overall health.

In the realm of specialised brushes, the Boar Bristle Beard Brush is essential for those sporting facial hair. For an eco-friendly option, you can find a Natural Boar Bristle Brush which are made from sustainable materials, offering an environmentally conscious grooming choice. These brushes compliment beard balms & beard oils perfectly as they allow you to evenly distribute and style those products across your beard.

If you looking for a popular choice, our best sellers include the Evo Boar Bristle Brush and the Pure Boar Bristle Brush. 

All in all our Boar Bristle Hair Brushes range is carefully selected for their quality and effectiveness. Whether you're looking for a Soft Boar Bristle Brush for sensitive scalps or a round Boar Bristle brush and everything in between, Oz Hair and Beauty is your go-to spot for a boar bristle brush in Australia. So explore our collection today and elevate your hair care routine. 

    Frequently asked questions(3)

    What Are Boar Brushes Made Of?

    Boar brushes are typically made with bristles that come from a boar, which is a type of wild pig. These bristles are known for their stiffness, durability, and similarity to human hair in texture. Boar bristle brushes may also include a mix of synthetic bristles or other materials in the base or handle, but the primary feature that sets them apart is the use of natural boar bristles.

    How to Clean a Boar Brush?

    1 Hair: Begin by removing all hair trapped in the bristles. You can use a comb or your fingers to gently pull out the hair. 2. Prepare Cleaning Solution: Mix a small amount of gentle shampoo or soap in lukewarm water. Avoid using hot water as it can damage the bristles. 3. Dip and Swirl: Dip the bristles of the brush in the soapy water. Swirl the brush around gently to loosen dirt and oil. Do not submerge the entire brush, especially if it has a wooden base or handle. 4. Gentle Scrubbing: If needed, use an old toothbrush to gently scrub the bristles and the base. Be gentle to avoid damaging the bristles. 5. Rinse: Rinse the bristles under lukewarm running water. Again, avoid getting water on the handle or base. 6. Dry: Shake off excess water and lay the brush bristle-side down on a clean towel to air dry. Do not use a hairdryer to speed up this process, as heat can damage the natural bristles.

    Do Boar Brushes Damage Hair?

    Boar brushes, when used properly, do not typically damage hair. In fact, they are often recommended for their ability to gently detangle hair while distributing natural oils from the scalp through the hair, enhancing shine and health. Boar bristles are generally softer than many synthetic bristles, which makes them less likely to cause breakage or damage, especially when used gently. However, like with any brush, aggressive or improper brushing can lead to hair damage. It's always best to use gentle strokes and not force the brush through tangles or knots.