When it comes to hairbrushes, we have to admit — we don’t always give them the proper attention they deserve (that neon green plastic comb from middle school? Yeah, that’s still in rotation). But the truth is that investing in the right brushes is just as important as investing in the right hair products. Not only can the right brush transform your look, but it can also cut down your styling time and help your hair grow longer and stronger. It’s finally time to ditch that neon green comb and give your hair the brush it needs and deserves. Well, Lokshair will tell you some basic knowledge on what type of brush is best for you.
A paddle brush is the most versatile brush, but it is especially helpful if you have long and/or thick hair. It can manage a lot of hair all at once and smooths it down for a sleeker look. If you lack volume, you may want to consider a different type of brush.
2. Wide-Tooth Comb
Because the teeth have such large gaps, these combs are ideal for combing tangles out of wet hair without causing any damage. You might also want to use one in place of a brush if you have frizzy hair.
3. Fine-Tooth Comb
these combs are great for teasing, creating a nice straight part, and for detailed grooming.
these brushes work with your dryer, locking in heat. They create a faster drying time and allow you to easily curl and smooth your hair under.
5. Boar Bristled
These bristles are gentle and redistribute oils throughout your hair, bringing out its natural shine. They are ideal for fine to normal hair because they also give you a little extra oomph!
6. Skinny Round
This brush is great for bangs or short hair. It smooths your hair while drying and helps manage shorter pieces of hair.
7. Large Round
This brush can straighten or curl your hair while drying, depending on how you use it. A larger round brush is ideal for creating volume to otherwise flat hair.
8. Half Radial
This brush is perfect for shorter styles such as a bob when you like to have your hair curved up or under on the ends.
These brushes are ideal when blow drying your hair because they provide an apple amount of air flow and help create volume.