Need a new brush that’s right for your hair type? Not sure which one to get? Don’t worry, you’re not alone! Not only are there so many different types of hair brushes, the type of bristles they have on them also plays a role. Do you want all-natural bristles or just something to get the knots out? Such a seemingly simple choice can impact the health of your hair for as long as you use the brush. Continue reading to find out some of the best brushes of 2022, and which ones are right for you.
Brushing Dry vs Wet Hair
Before we can get into the top brushes of 2022, we should probably talk about the differences there are to brushing dry as opposed to wet hair. When your hair is wet, you need to remember that your hair is more moisturized, yet fragile and could break easier. If you tend to be someone who brushes their hair while wet, you might want to think about looking into which brushes are best on wet hair. Whereas when your hair is dry and you decide to brush it, you don’t have to worry as much because it is less prone to damage. If you are someone who waits for your hair to dry, you can look for a brush with other stand out features you might like as you will not be worrying about breakage as much.
Detangler Hair Brush by Wet Brush
The Wet Brush detangler brush is great for using after you shower. It is the preeminent brush to use on both wet and dry hair. Not only does it work on all types of hair no matter the texture, but people love it because it can be used on wigs and extensions, as well as natural hair.
Shower Brush by Pattern Beauty
This Pattern Beauty shower brush is great for curly hair. It is made to help detangle your hair when it is wet. The flexible silicone bristles help to loosen up knots and tangles without damaging your curls. This could be the new replacement to the comb you have been using for years if it hurts when you are detangling your hair. It comes with the plus that you can easily take it apart for more efficient cleaning.
Naturally Curly Detangling Brush by Tangle Teezer
This is the perfect brush to use while your hair is wet. It allows you to pull out knots and tangles without causing further damage to your hair. This brush also does not mess with the shape of your curls, instead it simply smooths your hair out and removes the knots. A comparable option that would have similar effects if you like combs would be the Keranique Anti-breakage detangling comb.
Bamboo Paddle Hair Brush with Bamboo Bristols by BFWood
The bamboo paddle hair brush is one of the top brushes this year. This is because the bamboo bristles help to stimulate the scalp and encourage blood flow. Who knew brushing hair could have health benefits to come along with it?
Ceramic & Ion Thermal Hair Brush by Olivia Garden
This hair brush is one of the tops as it is great if you want to give yourself a blowout. It’s great to use when blow drying your hair straight or even when using a flat iron to straighten your hair. Make sure to look for the brushes that are ventilated to get the best results.
Boar Bristle Hair Brush by Beauty by Earth
Natural bristles are great to use on straight hair. That’s not the only reason it’s listed as a top hair brush, as it also works great on most hair types when needing a brush to get tangles out. The other benefit is that its bristles are great for helping to evenly distribute your hair oils throughout the length of your hair from root to tip.
Pro Hair Brush with Nylon Bristles by Conair
The Pro Hair Brush gets rave reviews because of its bristles. The bristles have nylon balls on the tips, which helps to brush through the knots and tangles without snagging and pulling on your hair.
Consider your hair’s particular needs as you pick out a new hair brush, while also keeping in mind your hair type. Whether it be straight, wavy, curly, thin or thick, there’s a hair brush for all. Try any one of these brushes to see how it can improve the look and texture of your hair.
If you enjoyed this article please SHARE with your friends and family who may also be unsure about which brush is right for them.
This article is not intended to treat any disease or offer a substitution for professional medical advice.