What is special about The Wet Brush?
We get asked this a lot at our Montreal salon since we often suggest this wonder tool to our customers, especially those with fine or thin hair (which is much more prone to breakage). Those with children love its ease of use as well, not snagging as easily as its earlier counterparts.
But let’s get real: nobody likes to get yanked! It’s bad for the hair, annoying…and well, painful. So join your friends and colleagues who all have one by now, please…for the sake of your hair!
What is The Wet Brush exactly?
It doesn’t look like anything remarkably different than other brushes. But its superior construction that you don’t see – that’s what sets it apart.
A wet brush has soft, flexible bristles that gently glide through wet hair without pulling or tugging, which helps to minimize hair breakage.
The bristles are also spaced further apart than a regular brush, which reduces the amount of hair that gets caught in the bristles, making it easier to detangle.
Using a wet brush is better and easier on the hair because it is specifically designed to detangle wet hair without causing damage or breakage. Wet hair is more vulnerable to damage because it is in a weakened state, and regular brushes or combs can cause breakage or split ends when used on wet hair.
Surprise bonus: a wet brush is also helpful for evenly distributing hair products, such as conditioners or hair masks, through wet hair. The brush can help to distribute the product evenly, ensuring that every strand of hair is coated and nourished.
Convinced? A wet brush is a gentle and effective way to detangle wet hair without causing damage, making it a great tool for anyone looking to maintain healthy, lustrous locks.
Oh…and don’t forget the conditioner. A wet brush is great, but it’s not magic! Deep conditioning helps detangle the hair too.