Kiss Your Tangles Goodbye: Detangling Combs and Brushes You’ll Love

December 21, 2011  |  
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Detangling is an important step in making sure your shed hairs don’t cause breakage by knotting up with the rest of your hair. Raking random combs or brushes through your hair can make all the difference between properly detangling and just grazing the surface. It’s best to pick a comb or brush based on your hair’s density, strand thickness and hair type (curly/coily/straight), so what will work for one person may not work for you. I generally prefer detangling using my fingers and combs because I feel brushes rip my hair out, but other girls swear by brushes. Also keep in mind that detangling on wet or dry hair can have an effect on the results you get. If you haven’t found your go-to detangling brush/comb, here’s a list for you…

(Prices may vary depending on where you purchase them)

Tangle Teezer

Price: 9.99

Available at Sally Beauty Supply

Conair Shower Comb

Price: $4.19

Available at CVS and Walmart

Denman D3 Brush

Price: 9.99

Availably at Sally Beauty Supply

Ouidad Double Detangler

Price: $24

Available at Sephora

Goody Ouchless Detangling Comb

Price: $3.49

Available at CVS, Walmart, Target and Walgreens

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