What should I look for in a curly hairbrush?
“Look for a brush with soft bristles that are gentle so they don’t pull hair. Boar bristles are preferred because they are soft and gentle, but if you opt for synthetic bristles (such as plastic or nylon), they should have rounded tips. Look for something that is durable and won’t break,” says Clark. Rëzo says boar bristles are great for smoothing textured hair, and nylon bristles are great for detangling. You can also use a nylon bristle brush to define curls before spreading or air drying.
What should I avoid with a curly hairbrush?
“It’s best to avoid brushes with balls on the tip that massage the scalp,” says Clark. “They can potentially tangle in your curls and cause more knots. , Rëzo recommends avoiding high tension brushes as they can cause breakage.
What are the best brushes for 3A-4C hair?
“I always use a wide-toothed comb or try detangling my hair with my fingers for a gentler approach,” says Clarke. It fits compactly on your head, so it’s the easiest to cut or break.”
How often do you brush curly hair?
Rëzo recommends brushing curly hair only once a week on wash days. Clark takes a similar approach, suggesting brushing every three to seven days, depending on your laundry schedule. doing.
Should I brush my hair wet or dry?
Both experts recommend brushing curly hair only when it’s wet or damp. This will help avoid damage and frizz. “Conditioner glides easily through the bristles, so ideally you should brush your hair in the shower during the conditioner and detangling process, but if you’re using a damp brush to detangle, it’s ideal,” says Rëzo. Do this only when