Types of Hair Brushes

Choosing a good brush for our hair is much more important than we think. Not all hair is the same, and not every strand responds in the same way. So, if you are looking for the best way to untangle, take note of the following tips we are going to give you.

Racket

The racket-shaped brushes are those that are flat and quite large. It is an ideal tool for longer hair, although it does nicely with the midi and longer lengths.

Its barbs are thick, hard and separate, which avoids the risk of breakage and frizz, being suitable for all types of hair, including the finest.

Flat Brush and Skeleton

We continue with flat brushes that are more professional cut. It is made for the hands of a hairdresser.

Thanks to its aluminum body, they keep and distribute the heat when brushing with a dryer, for a quicker and more defined result, as well as helping to untangle with relative ease.

In curly hair, it will leave well-defined curls; in very thick hair, it will glide well thanks to its bristles, very separated from each other. In short hair, it helps to add volume and place a carded or curled hairstyle naturally. And thanks to its aerated structure with few bristles, it is easy to clean.

Curly hair

Special Brushes for Untangling Extensions

As we know that many of you use extensions, what less than to include special brushes to take care of them as much as possible. Extensions must be taken care of, just like the wigs.

Therefore, the ideal is to use fiber brushes, usually with two different lengths, which are softer and will avoid the pulling being respectful with the extensions and scalp as well.

Special Untangled Brush

It is the softest brushes for untangling. These are the silicone brushes. Although it would be much better with a handle because the others slip continuously and always end up on the floor, that can be a matter of skill.

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