'No Time To Die' Bond Movie Release
To celebrate the release of the long-awaited 'No Time To Die' blockbuster movie, we're taking a look at Bond's haircare routine. Always styled to perfection, we wonder if he uses the Jack Dean by Denman collection to keep his hair looking great?? We like to think so...after all, we're a British Made brand for a British icon :)
With the release of “No time to die” Bond movie upon us, the action has finally begun again.
No matter how close to death Bond comes, he always looks pristine and here at Denman, we have a feeling there are a few more secrets he’s hiding in his suit jacket that aren’t his gun!
When we think of James Bond we think of clean cut, perfect hair and ultimate style. All of these traits are also exactly what Jack Dean by Denman stands for.
This is not the only connection Bond has had with a hairbrush.
In the 1973 film “Live and let die” his brilliant gadget inventor and quartermaster ‘Q’ made a radio and morse code transmitter out of a hairbrush which Roger Moore was able to use to contact Quarrel Junior.
The Jack Dean by Denman Luxury Military brush would work perfectly for this, if ‘Q’ is looking for another invention to help out Bond.
But to win over those Bond girls we think he needs one of these fantastic brushes from the collection. No need for gadgets because these brushes are powerful tools in themselves.
The D6 Be Bop Handy Detangler is the perfect brush for anyone on the go. Great for detangling wet hair and scalp massage in the shower and distributing product, which would keep Bond ready for any eventuality…
The D200 Skeleton Vent is a classic brush which adds volume and style with such ease. Just like Bond, this brush never goes out of style.
The D27 Pocket Comb is easily concealed in Bond's back pocket for those emergency moments when he escapes death into the arms of a beautiful woman.
And because we know he’s a traditional man when it comes to the art of shaving, the Jack Dean by Denman Shaving Brush will keep him clean and smooth at all times.
Bond is certainly “keeping the British end up”, just like Denman continues to do.