The brush is used to evenly apply fresh henna to the hairline of a model's dark afro hair.

Tint Brush

Henna Application Brush

Sustainable bamboo tint brush

Tint Brush, flat, shot from above. Lush and BambuuBrush branding is printed into the bamboo handle, below the black bristles.
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How to use:
This is a henna user essential! Using bamboo reduces the amount of plastic that goes into landfill. Simply dip your tint brush into the cooled henna mixture and apply to your roots. Take sections of hair with the tail of the brush and continue applying henna to roots or full-length, depending on your colouring needs. Clean your tint brush immediately after application, rinsing thoroughly with warm water and leaving out to air dry. 

What's this brush made of?
After travelling the world for the last 10 years, witnessing first-hand the dramatic increase in plastic pollution, the founders of @BambuuBrush launched their company with the simple ethos - "One simple change, multiplied by millions, will change the world".

The change in this case, is switching from brushes made from plastic to bamboo. Since the global launch of this brush, 1,200kg of plastic has been prevented from entering global circulation.
The sustainable bamboo used in our tint brushes is sourced from the mountainous region of China, and coated with protective (and vegan!) carnauba wax. 

How to store:
When cared for properly, your tint brush should last you years of henna applications. But should it reach the end of its use, it can be disposed of in your compost, just be sure to remove the bristles first.

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