Cora showing off her first concave-backed Ebony Hairbrush
The ebony hairbrush weighed 5 oz., an increase of about 20% over some of our other wood hairbrushes. And Cora found the balance quite delightful. When applied to my naughty backside, it had a natural 'snap'. Cora said, "It almost spanks by itself". And the impact produced a rather loud 'cracking' sound, almost the sound of a small firecracker. And light a fire it does. We have been attempting to hold weekly 'maintenance' sessions and after reading some of Ms. Francie's books Cora is spanking me much harder. Something I both want and need. More on that in a later post.
Cora showing her newest flat-backed Ebony Hairbrush
However, I was wondering if a true flat backed hairbrush might be better. So back I went and obtained another ebony hairbrush from the same UK vendor. I made sure that this one was truly flat, in the more traditional wood hairbrush style. Both ebony hairbrushes are very close in size and the flat-backed hairbrush weighs only 1/4 oz. less.
However the difference in how they feel was quite pronounced. The curved back Ebony Hairbrush produced a distinctive sting and the sound was much more pronounced. And the sound seemed to add to the overall effect of getting spanked, something we plan to share through a video in the future. In contrast the flat-backed Ebony Hairbrush produced more of a 'thud' feel and did not result in the same sound.
Cora showing both of her Ebony Hairbrushes
So as an interest in science, we were able to perform a quantitative study that produced definitive results. (Science Fair project, anyone?) And while Cora favors the original Ebony Hairbrush, she always enjoys adding to her collection. And you never know when Cora may want to call on another woman to assist her and be able to apply a double lap spanking from both at the same time. (Well, I can fantasize).
So Cora would agree with the mantra that a woman can never have too many hairbrushes, especially the kind that work well in disciplining naughty men.
Above shows most of her collection including (left to right) the second series of the Nu-West/Leda Hairbrush (we have a second one, too), the first series of the Nu-West/Leda Hairbrush (the one Cora spanked me for our wedding), the curved-backed Ebony Hairbrush, the flat-backed Ebony Hairbrush and an Ivory Hairbrush (OK, its really plastic is made to look like Ivory) that we found at an 'antique' store. I have had direct 'contact' with each and every one of them and as I think I have stated before, there is no better symbol of feminine authority over a man than her hairbrush.
Ivory and EbonyOh, and on a previous post a commenter mentioned that I should feature the Ebony and Ivory Hairbrushes together in an 'Ebony & Ivory' display. So above is dedicated to that thought.