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Hair Brushes & Combs

Hair care and hair styling products are not one-size-fits-all, and neither are hair brushes and combs. The hair brush and comb you need for your hair differs according to your hair texture, thickness and length. Hair brushes are used for a variety of purposes. Whether you are blowing out your hair with a hair dryer, brushing dry hair, or combing through wet hair, the right hair brush and comb can make all the difference in the look you wish to achieve. 


Hair brushes such as vent brushes, spiral brushes, round brushes and small radial brushes are good hair brushes for blow drying hair. These types of brushes allow the heat from the blow dryer to penetrate the hair more easily, and they have bristles that hold tension to create a straight and sleek finished look. Other hair brush options include wooden paddle brushes that are known to be excellent shine enhancers for the hair, as these are crafted with wooden bristles that detangle the hair gently while promoting shine. Combs can be used to detangle wet hair and comb through shorter hair. At Editor’s Pick, we offer a wide selection for you to buy hair brushes online. You’ll find vent brushes for blowouts from Amika, shine enhancers from T3 Micro, Wet Brush professional, round brushes from GHD, blowout brushes from CHI, Shine enhancers from Keratin Complex, wooden paddle brushes from Aveda, hair cutting combs from Andis and thermal combs from Keratin Complex.


FAQs on Hairbrushes and Combs


How do you blow dry your hair with a round brush?


To create a sleek and shiny blowout, divide your hair into sections. Take your first section of hair and place the round brush underneath while wrapping your hair around the brush. Start blow drying with your blow dryer from the top of your head facing downward. As you blow dry, slowly move the blow-dryer further down the section of hair, moving the hair brush as you do so. Blow dry each section until completely dry before moving on to the next section. 


What is the difference between a brush and a comb?


Generally, brushes are used while drying hair with a blow dryer or on dry hair to smooth it. Combs are most often used on wet hair to get the knots out. Combs for hair come in different varieties and are often used to detangle wet hair, especially those with curly, natural and thick hair. Wide-tooth combs are excellent for detangling unruly and matted hair as these have more space in between the teeth and can glide through the hair more easily. 


What is the difference between Wet Brush brushes and Wet Brush Pro brushes?


The Wet Brush brand is one of the top hair brush brands on the market and started with their original detangling brush. Since their original wet brush, they have expanded their selection to meet all hair needs. Wet Brush Pro offers enhanced hair brush models such as the Wet Brush Flex Dry for dry hair, Wet Brush Pro Shine Enhancer, Wet Brush Pro Comb and the Wet Brush Pro epic quick dry brush.