Monday, 20 May 2013
Brushes and aprons
Hello lovelies! Today is the last of my series on questions. I only have one question to answer today. It is from Ron and addressed specifically to me.
When a brushing is called for how do you choose between the normal brush and your lovely ebony brush, ma'am?
That is a poser! I think it's just how I feel. I like my ebony, but sometimes it may not be big enough or shaped right, or not close to hand. All three of us (Gabrielle, Kimberley and I) have our own special 'signature' hairbrushes. Mine is Mrs Ebony. Gabrielle has her heirloom mahogany brush and Kimberley loves her cherry wood model.
A lovely drawing of a young man receiving a taste of ebony.
As the below picture shows, as long as the brush is solid and heavy it really doesn't matter what wood it is made of it will still achieve the desired result.
Young Chelsea Kennedy has only recently started spanking, and she doesn't yet use a hairbrush, but here is a picture from School Mistress Fantasy which reminded me of Chelsea with her weapon of choice when her younger brother and sister act up or she has to correct naughtiness from some of her charges when she babysits after school before their parents arrive home.
Now this last question hasn't been asked in this series, but I thought I'd post about it all the same and that's to clear up confusion about the style of apron we use here at the shop. There are a number of aprons, but what we mean when we talk about making our client's wear aprons is the type in this old magazine advertisement.
On a final note I'd like to say from myself, Gabrielle and Kimberley that we have all enjoyed doing this immensely and if you have any questions about the shop please don't hesitate to ask.
Andrea, Gabrielle and Kimberley