When was the last time you invested in a good hairbrush? Not many people realise this, but when it comes to hair care, the right kind of brush is important. It will also give you better results like less breakage, easy detangling, adding volume and so on.
Here we let you in on how you can choose the right brush according to your hair type…
The detangling brush is suitable for any type of hair. This is ideal to give your unruly locks a fresh blow out look. And the best part? It helps release the stubborn tangles effortlessly. You can use it gently on wet hair for better styling. Just ensure that you detangle the knots with your hand first to avoid breakage.
This is yet another brush which works well on any hair type be it thick, coarse, fine or even curly hair. The thermal hair brush gives a fancy blowout and loads it with volume almost instantly. The heat and negative ions in the brush further make hair smooth and bouncy.
The Tangle Teezer is specifically made for getting the knots out of thick hair. It works great as a detangling brush for those with medium to thick hair. Stylists also recommend this for light massaging and adding volume.
Plastic Vent Brush
This vent brush is very popular among those with a short haircut and fine hair. Since it has wide bristles, it helps in detangling easily. The brush is also great for styling shortcuts.
Boar Bristle Brush
This type of brush is ideal for those with fine to medium hair. Its natural boar bristles help stimulate the scalp and distribute the oil secreted in the scalp through the length of the hair. The result is shiny and healthy tresses.
Thick and curly hair tends to get knots and tangled easily. A scalp brush is the best choice to manage the knots, detangle and brush through the thickness of the hair without breaking the waves or texture. What’s more, this product offers a gentle massage to the scalp, stimulating it and thus promoting hair growth.
Mixed Bristle Paddle Brush
Those with medium to thick hair require something that can easily comb through the hair enable a soft texture. The paddle brush with mixed bristles consists of the mixture of boar and nylon bristles. Nylon bristles easily comb through the length of the hair while boar bristles distribute the oil and thus creates soft texture.
Plastic Paddle Brush
For fine a curly hair that also looks wavy, this kind of plastic paddle brush works wonderfully as it detangles and tames the frizz. It has a good amount of surface area with wide bristles and thus does not break the natural pattern of the hair.