As you know, there are a ton of different brushes, it can be a bit of a mystery as to what they do. And how can they vary so much? Hopefully my break down will shed a bit of light on all that, as well as help you decide what brush is right for you.
Junior Pocket Bristle & Nylon: Ok this brush is spendy ($105+) . But I swear its worth the splurge. If you can believe it… it actually gets better with time and more use. The cushion, bristles and handle are top quality and don’t break down. Easy to wash and use. Great for all hair types. My favorite being the pocket mix. The combo of boar hair and smooth tipped nylon, helps scalp stimulation and natural oil distribution when used scalp to ends. This is an every day brush that will keep hair healthy, shiny and strong.
The Grandpa Brush
The Denman Brush: Is it me or does everyone’s grandpa have this brush? And for a good reason! This brush is a classic and a must have for all. The famous Denman anti-static rubber pad provides maximum grip and control during blow-drying for shaping hair. Also great for volume or smoothing.
The Denman Vent Brush: This brush is perfect for fast and gentle blow-drying, it accelerates the blow-drying process by allowing warm air to circulate directly at root-level. Great basic brush if you want volume and a quick blow dry.
Wet Brush/ Detangling Brush
The Amika Detangling Brush will be your new must-have tool to get rid of those annoying hair snags. Perfect for all hair types and textures, the detangling brush utilizes strong and flexible nylon bristles that ensure no tearing, ripping, or breaking of the hair.
The Round Cork Brushes utilize a mix of boar and nylon bristles, which gently grip and control hair for smooth and beautiful results with no breakage. The environmentally friendly cork handle is strong, yet lightweight and pliable, ensuring all day comfort. Check out the video to see which is best for your hair length!
Ceramic Round Brush
This Ceramic Brush is ideal for when you need extra heat in your blow dry to smooth difficult textures or hold longer lasting curl. Remember the bigger the brush the less actual curl you will get.