A brush with the best
When it comes time to style your mane, it pays to be using the right tools.
Brushing your locks with the wrong brush isn’t as harmless as it may seem, as this is often where most of the irreversible breakage occurs. So if you suspect your brush is doing you more damage than good – you need to read on…
The paddle brush – an amazing strand friend for those with thick, longer hair, as this brush is able to pass through more hair, more quickly than most – without pulling or getting tangled. We love: Aveda Paddle Brush.
The straightening brush – perfect for those who are partial to a bit of heat styling, the ceramic plates work to eliminate frizz and guide your straightener through your strands. Try: Elite Straightening Brush
Round brushes – fine for use on most hair types, the plastic bristle variety are great for an everyday brush, while the boar bristle versions are excellent for blow-drying. We use: Lady Jayne Brush - Radial Ball-Tip
Boar bristle brushes – these softer bristle brushes are perfect for finer-tressed lasses. They work to stimulate the scalp as you free your head of knots and tangles. We like: Lady Jayne Brush - 100% Boar Bristle
Comb – the only kind of brush that should be used on wet hair, plastic combs are ideal to remove troublesome knots that form in wet hair. Fine-toothed combs are able to detangle even the trickiest of knots with ease. Give it a go: Elite Dresser Comb
What is your favourite brush to use on your own hair?