Every woman has at least one hairbrush. There are different types of hair brushes and you should choose the right brush for your needs and for the condition of your hair strands.
Every day, we use a hairbrush at least once or usually several times. Of course, we are talking about people who have slightly longer hair and a comb would not be able to comb through it. The right brush is key when it comes to daily hair care along with shampoo, conditioner and hair mask. It turns out that most of us only own one brush, and that’s a mistake! Experts urge you to have at least two – one for everyday brushing and one for styling
Choosing a hairbrush – what should you consider?
When shopping for a hairbrush, you certainly shouldn’t go by looks or price. The right bristles and bristle spacing are important for styling and detangling your hair. Therefore, before choosing the right product, you should consider whether you are looking for a brush for combing or styling (in which case you will need a round brush). You should also avoid metal products, which can damage your hair. The bristle is also important, the best will be natural (boar), certainly not a good solution are metal or ending in balls, which can fall off. The brush should always be chosen according to the type of hair and its needs.
Brush for Thin and Weakened Hair
People with thin, weak hair should invest in a brush made of natural bristles, preferably boar bristles. This will provide keratin while brushing, which is known to make hair strong and more resistant to damage and hair loss. Using such a brush will also improve skin microcirculation, so the hair roots will be better nourished
What is the best brush for curly hair?
Curly hair is difficult to manage. It frizzes and tangles easily and does not look good. And it is fragile. It is therefore best to choose a wooden or bamboo brush with fairly widely spaced and thick bristles. This is important, because a thick brush will pull the curls, and this way you can gently comb them without worrying about tangling or pulling them out. And why is a wooden brush best for curly hair? This material reduces static electricity, which is often a problem with curly hair. It is also worth betting on natural bristles, but it is difficult to find a brush, which in this case would not be dense
Large and Round Brushes for Long Hair
Ladies, who can boast of long hair, should have large, round and ceramic brushes. Long hair often looks dull and lacks volume, and a brush made of ceramic will lift the hair at the roots and make it appear more voluminous. A ceramic brush also allows you to dry your hair faster without static electricity. If you have long hair, be wary of plastic or metal brushes, which can weaken your hair
Synthetic-Natural Bristles for Frizzy Hair
Thick and frizzy hair is very problematic. It can be difficult to comb and style it so that it looks nice. In this case, a flat, elongated brush with synthetic-natural or nylon bristles may help. Natural boar bristle will not work here as it is too dense and may tangle thick hair. Another brush worth considering for this type of hair is one with an ionic function – it will also smooth the hair and make it sleek and shiny.
Silicone bristles for all hair types
If you want a universal brush that works in every case, the best is the one with silicone bristles – flexible, gentle and very practical. When it comes to this type of bristles, the most popular for years has been Tangle Teezer, a small brush with a variety of colors
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