Moroccanoil Boar Bristle Brush Collection Review

Here’s a little post about the new Moroccanoil® Launches, particularly their Boar Bristle Classic Brush and Teasing Brush. I have been testing these out for a couple of months and using the Classic brush to maintain natural oil distribution in my hair.

Moroccanoil Ultra-Luxurious Boar Bristle Brush Collection

Moroccanoil products are designed to leave hair looking and feeling healthier and more nourished. It’s no wonder why they have come out with the new luxurious Boar Bristle Brush Collection.

The Boar Bristle Brushes come in various essential shapes an sizes such as Round, Classic and thin combs for Teasing. They are lightweight and durable, and handcrafted with 100% natural boar bristles. The handles are made from heat-resistant wood.

Moroccanoil Boar Bristle Collection:

  • Suitable for all hair types, including very fine hair
  • Made with 100% natural boar bristles
  • Extremely gentle on hair, removes build-up
  • Allows for even heat distribution
  • Promotes air flow and speeds up drying time
  • Lightweight and durable
  • Heat-resistant ash wood handle
  • Handmade

Round Brushes come in three sizes (25mm/ 35mm/ 45 mm), they have a ceramic barrel to help distribute heat evenly and achieve the most ideal volume, shape and lift of varying hair lengths.

Moroccanoil Boar Bristle Classic Brush and Teasing Brush


I can count on my hand how many times I’ve teased my hair, it’s simply not a common thing for me to do since I often have too much volume. I would imagine this to be a better alternative to plastic combs with tiny, thinly spaced out teeth – those are best suited for smoothing out the hair for various hair style.

However, the Classic brush is one I have reached for.


The Classic brush is a standard paddle shape. I’m not a fan of heat styling with a blow dryer – I’m more of a hot rollers, flat and curling iron type of girl. Nontheless, all of those hair tools require knotless and smooth out hair – which can be done with this brush.

Here’s a tip – on second day hair, I like to flip my head upside down and brush the hair close to the nape of my neck down to my ends. I also do this starting from the hair behind my ears. These are the two places I experience the most excess in hair oils.

Boar bristles are known to be easier on the hair, inclusive, they help distribute oils from the scalp down the shaft of the hair. What exactly does this mean? Well, expect shinier, smoother and healthier looking hair when you use one of these for your next blow out.

Since these are luxury products, they come at a heftier price tag. Bare in mind that these are investment tools. Hairdressers commonly alternate between synthetic and natural bristles to achieve perfect salon hair.

Prices in CND:

  • Boar Bristle Round Brushes MRSP: $72.00/25mm, $84.00/35mm, $84.00/45mm
  • Boar Bristle Classic Brush MSRP: $72.00
  • Boar Bristle Teasing Brush MSRP: $36.00

What are your favorite hair tools and brushes to use in your hair styling routine?

*I received the Classic and Teasing Brushes for reviewing purposes.


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