Hair Combs and Brushes

A comb or a brush, which has a history of 5000 years, is something you have to use for your hair everyday! But a bad quality comb or brush may damage your hair! Be sure to choose a comb or a brush designed for your hair length, thickness, and texture. Find your answers here.

We assembled a group of combs that are gentler on your hair than most combs. Some of the combs below have wide teeth, which will help with detangling wet or dry hair. Most of the combs are seamless, which will help to avoid snagging your hair while combing.

While most women no longer spend the time to brush their hair before they go to bed, brushing your hair is still an important way to keep your hair healthy and shiny. Choosing the right brush is very important depending on your hair type, read on to find out what brush is best for your hair:

Round Hair brush: Round hair brushes are generally used to give a curl and definition to hairstyles. The basic rule is that the smaller the round of the brush the tighter the curl. For shorter hair, use a smaller brush and curl strategic pieces of your hair. For longer hair, round hair brushes can be used for curling the ends, or just straightening hair. A larger round hair brush is best for longer hair.

Vent Hair Brush: Created with a hole in the middle of in the base, the vent hair brush lets air pass through the brush allowing for faster blow drying. These brushes can also boost volume, and detangle your hair.

Paddle Hair brush: Great for straightening medium to long hair, a paddle hair brush smoothes as it lengthens. As opposed to the round brush, this style encourages hair to lie flat and is better for hair which is not layered too much.

Cushion Hair brush: Made for medium to long hair, cushion hair brush is a daily brush that massages the scalp and can perform the same duties as the half-round brush.

No matter which brush is best for certain styles, there’s no stopping you from having at least one of every type. Changing your brush may ease your morning routine, or make it even faster. One thing to keep in mind is quality. Buying the cheapest brushes will only mean that they will not last very long, and may end up scratching your head. Treat your hair well, and it will love you for it!

Comb & Brush Categories:

Hair Brush by Feature
Natural Bristle Hair Brush
Hot Air Hair Brush
Cushion Brush
Round Brush
Vent Brush
Ceramic Hair Brush
Ionic Hair Brush
Hair Brush by Brand
Spornette Brush
Conair Hair Brush
Phillips Hair Brush
Metropolis Brush
Mason Pearson Hair Brush
Marilyn Hair Brush
Hair Combs
Wooden Hair Combs
Metal Hair Combs
Plastic Hair Combs

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Comb & Brush Information:

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Today's Hairstyling Hint: Even if your hair are naturally straight, they could still benefit from a few swipes of the flat iron. The CHI Flat Iron will seal the hair's cuticle to prevent flyaways and amp up the shine.

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