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For the past couple of years, I've been using a wig brush from Sally's because I did no 'poo for a while, and I think it must have been suggested somewhere. (This one, specifically http://www.sallybeauty.com/wig-brush/SBS-217514,default,pd.html )
Anywho, my brush recently just...broke in half. So I'm in need of a new hair brush, but I don't know if there's any kind of brush that's "best" for bleached/dyed (and damaged) hair. Either that, or just general suggestions/preferences. :) I don't do heat styling, and my hair is naturally curly/wavy when it wants to be but often dries straight. I'm growing some of it out long, but some of it is currently pretty short. I also own a boars bristle brush for distributing oils, but it's not much good for daily use, as it makes my curly hair straight and oily if I do use it daily.
Hello, I'm Blu! And very often blue.
I use a comb not a brush. I have one of those Cricket Friction Free ones for fine hair (FF45) and it just glides through my hair like a hot knife in butter. All my other combs and brushes snag and get stuck.
I'm with spooki, I use a wide comb. I haven't used a brush in years.
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I use a tangle teaser and a denman vent brush.
I love the tangle teezer for my everyday brush!
Always clarify and demineralize your last cleansing before any chemical process to avoid adverse results or unstable chemical reactions! Remember that test strands can save you a world of headache, that protein damage is permanent, moisture is essential, you can use coconut oil as a lightener pre treatment to minimize protein reduction, and that Olaplex can reform broken disulfide bonds so long as they haven't already negatively paired, but it does not address protein or moisture.
i use a wet brush its super gentle on hair wet or dry
I use a plastic wide tooth comb, and just comb it when my hair is wet. It tends to break my hair less