How To Find The Right Brush For Your Hair

How To Find The Right Brush For Your Hair

Stage and red carpet hair, such as what entertainers Nicki Minaj and Iggy Azalea boast proudly, have only the best hair tools on standby at a moments notice to handle runaway flyaways.  When only the best in beauty will do, simply heed the advice of Erica Sanchez, owner of Vanity Salon in Boca Raton, Florida to find the right brush for your hair from brands Solano, Hammecher Schlemmer and The Wet Brush

The Vanity Vixen, Erica Sanchez, (, says the right brush is just as important as the product you choose to use to go from bland to glam.

Not every brush was created equal, and especially when it comes to keeping your locks lovely you need the right one for however you plan on styling your hair,” says Sanchez.

Here are three must-have brushes every woman should own:

Ceramic/Ion Round Brush

“If you want to add volume and bounce to your blow-dry this is your go-to brush. They come in various sizes and are suitable for all hair types from fine to coarse.”

HueKnewIt’s suggestion? The Solano Thermal Round Brush ($15.50-$17, creates volume as the color-protect bristles prevent damage and the plasmium gel grip makes styling a breeze.

Boar Bristle Brush

“If you have thick, coarse hair, you will want this in your beauty box. The bristles on the boar bristle brushes are densely packed to give you a smooth and shiny hairstyle.”

HueKnewIt suggestion? The The Thinning Hair Boar Bristle Brush ($79.95, is perfect for thinning manes because the natural boar soft “cut” bristles gently glides through fine hair without pulling while leaving locks looking healthy and shiny.

A Detangling Wet Brush

“When you need to get the “dreads” out of your head, this is the brush you need. Whether you have thick, fine, curly or straight hair, the bristles on the wet brush are flexible, which prevent pulling and snagging your hair strands. They also work perfect for hair extensions and wigs.”

HueKnewIt’s suggestion? The Paddle ($11.99, easily glides with its soft, flexible bristles (IntelliFlex bristles with SofTips) through wet or dry mangled manes without precious amounts of wefted hair being removed.  Speaking from personal experience that there’s no tugging, tearing, pulling or ripping involved!

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