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Are you need of a really great detangling brush?

Managing your hair can be a challenge, especially once you grow it out long. Tangles become a constant concern once your hair reaches a certain length. Fortunately, for you, there are many different kinds of brushes designed specifically to remove knots, tangles, and kinks. These types of detangling brush make your hair easier to style.

Wet Detangling Brush Vs. Dry Detangling Brush

Detangling your hair is serious business when you step out of the shower. Why? Simple, your hair is at its most delicate when it’s wet. It requires a gentle brush with very wide-spaced bristles, and there are a number of specialty brushes and combs. Investing in one is an excellent idea if you find brushing your hair to be a challenge after showering.

For detangling your hair when it’s dry, you have a little more leeway regarding brush design and bristle placement. You’ll still get better and faster results from a brush with wide-spaced bristles, though.

Quick detangling jobs can often be handled with a decent all-around brush. Mixed-bristle brushes with a combination of natural and synthetic bristles are great for general dry detangling.

Dry Detangling Brush

Natural Detangling Brush Vs. Synthetic Bristles

A hair detangling brush bristle come in two basic varieties: natural and synthetic. Most natural bristles are made from boar bristles. These are excellent for redistributing the natural oils in your hair and leaving your locks shiny.

There’s a definite upper limit to the size of boar bristles. Therefore, most boar-bristle detangling brushes feature clumps of individual bristles where a synthetic brush would have single bristles. Detangling with a boar-bristle brush is time consuming, but the results are often better.

In the realm of synthetic bristles, the two major choices are plastic and metal. Metal bristles are stiff and this is a desirable quality for detangling purposes. Brushes with metal bristles aren’t always the most comfortable to use, though, if you’re in a rush.

Natural Vs. Synthetic Bristles

In addition, plastic bristles are probably the best option for fast, reliable detangling. They provide plenty of stiffness and are usually spaced far apart, making them ideal for dealing with snags, kinks, and knots. The ends of plastic bristles are usually rounded for increased comfort. Many detangling brushes of this type are also great for massaging the scalp.

Basic Designs: The Paddle Detangling Brush

The paddle detangling brush is probably the most common style used for detangling. As suggested by the name, these brushes feature a large oval or rectangular head connected to a long handle. Paddle brushes are almost always padded for increased comfort and flexibility.

Paddle brushes come with a wide variety of different bristle densities, and you can easily find paddle brushes with virtually any bristle material and placement. As a general rule of thumb, wide-spaced bristles will be more effective for detangling.

The best detangling brush is actually designed for other uses, such as the extension or wig brush. With its wide-set metal bristles this design is ideal for quickly pulling out large-scale tangles.

Advanced Design Features Of The Detangling Brush

Many manufacturers have explored new design features that can make a brush better at unknotting tangles. One of the most important innovations has been the discovery of rounded tips. A brush with sharp bristle ends can remove tangles, but it also tends to rip out loose hairs along the way.

This can be counteracted by adding soft, rounded tips to the ends of the bristles. Many brushes marketed for detangling — like the celebrated Wet Brush — feature these tips.

The Tangle Teezer is a handleless ergonomic brush designed specifically to knock tangles out of the thickest, hardest-to-manage hair. It fits comfortably in the palm of your hand, allowing for quick, easy use. The brush’s plastic bristles are short, stiff and widely spaced. This is an excellent buy if you know you have significant tangling problems, and it works well with both wet and dry hair.

Other Challenges

Curly hair gives you a little added challenge when it comes to detangling, as your natural kinks and curls will be highly disposed to tangling with each other. For starters, you should make a habit of doing an extensive detangling brush every time you wash your hair. There are a few excellent brushes that are great at getting tangles out of curly, wet hair.

Many people have found that bamboo brushes are great for this purpose. They have natural wooden bristles that offer the benefits of synthetic bristles with the hair-friendly characteristics of natural materials. The bristles are often super-chunky and spaced very far apart, which is ideal for thick, curly hair.

As a result, you may find a detangler comb useful as your first line of defense against tangles following a shower. This specialized tool features a double row of heavy, widely-spaced bristles that efficiently sort out your hair and remove tangles painlessly. Ouidad’s Double Detangler is widely recognized as the industry leader in this design niche.

Finally, don’t let your hair get the better of you!

With the right brushes and combs, detangling can become a quick and painless breeze instead of an ordeal. Experiment with your options; you’re sure to find some effective detangling tools that are ideal for your hair type.

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