If you are anything like us, you store the same trusty hairbrush in your bathroom drawer and use it for everything from detangling to blowouts. We’re not proud of it and you shouldn’t be either. That brush aisle that you walk aimlessly through is full of choices because each one serves a different purpose. We’ll show you why there are so many options and which are the best for you.
Brush up on your knowledge and shop our favorite tools.
Quick Dry Brush
For Blowing Out Thick Hair
The super absorbent microfiber bristles dry your hair as you brush, which means less blow drying time and less heat damage.
Round Bristle Brush
For Blowing Out Fine Hair
Soft boar and nylon bristles provide gentle tension for fragile strands, creating volume, bounce and shine without damaging hair.
For Smooth, Static-Free Hair
Vents in the base allow air to flow through the holes, cutting drying time in half and leaving behind sleek, frizz-less tresses. Use a flat brush for straight hair and round for a full, bouncy blowout.
Turbo Vent Round Brush
Vented Flat Hair Brush
For Detangling Wet Hair
Keep this one in the shower to distribute conditioner or just use it to brush out any tangles before your hair routine. Start at the ends and work your way up. We promise there won’t be a trace of breakage.
Palm Sized Detangling Brush
The Wet Brush
For Boosting Shine
Natural boar bristles distribute natural oils, polish hair, and smooth the cuticle to give your locks a healthy shine.
Round Thermal Brush
For Creating Curls
This brush acts as a curling iron when it hot air is applied. Be careful not to use this on wet hair, it will pull and break at the ends. Instead, use it in the finishing stages by holding curls in place and lifting at the roots.
Natural boar and nylon multi-leveled bristles create buildable backcombing volume, while minimizing damage, breakage and split ends.
Curly Hair Detangler
For Thick, Coarse Hair
For hair that is course and curly, it is important to detangle with a wide tooth comb before styling. Work in sections and start at the bottom, gently working your way up.