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Which Hairbrush Is Best For Your Hair?
If you are a person who loves your hair, then have you ever wondered which hairbrush should be used for your hair? Finding the right hairbrush may sound like an unnecessary task, but it’s supposed to be a beauty tool that you use every day. More than simply combing your hair, using the best brush for your hair type is guaranteed to cause less breakage, prevent bad hair days, and provide optimal results (no curlers needed).
It seems pretty simple, but finding the brush that works best for you can be quite a daunting task — after all, there are so many to choose from! Here are some of the most commonly used hairbrushes.
Hairbrush for long/ straight hair:
Paddle brushes are known for their ability to quickly clean bristles with ease and comfort. Not only does it have a flat, wide, rectangular surface that allows the brush to move according to your control without dragging. It can comb through a large section of hair with ease, can remove knots, and redistribute the head
Hairbrush for coarse/thick hair
Unlike other hair types, people with thick, coarse hair need a brush that can get through their hard-to-manage hairs — specifically one of the nylons. The mixed bristle brush combines the shine-enhancing effects of boar’s bristles with scalp stimulation and easy removal of nylon or wire bristles. This combination may be most effective for people with long or thick hair.
Hairbrush for thin hair
A soft-bristled brush is the best choice for thin hair as it will be soft and gentle without stripping your hair. Or if you want your hair to look thicker you can use a teasing brush. It is used at the roots to add volume and texture to thin or soft hair.
Hairbrush for curly hair
With the right brush, you can not only untangle and smooth curls but also maintain their unique style and shape. Known as a godsend for frizzy and curly hair types, the Styling Brush can remove even the toughest knots while also enhancing your curls with its wide sculpted bristles.
But there are people with curly hair who may prefer to use a wide-toothed and firm comb while bathing. This can help prevent frizz and breakage from dry brushing.
Hairbrush for wet hair
Hair is in a more fragile state when it is wet. So to avoid breakage, you’ll want a brush specifically designed to free up tangled hairs. Detangling brushes are usually made with wide tooth plastic bristles that can easily remove stubborn knots easily and painlessly.
Or you can also use a wet brush because its soft bristles are strong enough to get through the toughest knots and soft enough to not cause damage to wet hair.
Hairbrush for bouncy hair
Usually, a round brush made of metal or an iconic barrel gets hot when used with a hairdryer (it works pretty much like a curling wand). The round brush helps soften frizz and gives your hair the desired bounce. The smaller the barrel, the stronger the wave. Choose larger bins for small, multi-strand yarns.
Hairbrush for dry hair
Dry or damaged hair is the type of hair that needs additional shine and moisture. The Detangling Brush is a safe choice for both dry and wet hair, made from all-natural bamboo bristles that gently stimulate scalp circulation while helping to distribute oils throughout the hair so hair stays healthy and hydrated.
Hairbrush for oily hair
With the right brush, you can actually remove and distribute that oil so that the roots are less greasy. Synthetic bristles resembling wild boar bristles help penetrate deep into the scalp, distributing the hair’s natural oils
helping to promote hair health and create lustrous curls.
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