What type of hairbrush should you *really* be using?


Brushing your hair may seem basic, but if you're using the wrong one, your entire look could be in jeopardy. Read on to find the right tool for you...

What brush is your go-to? Tell us in the comments below!


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    Straight hair

    A wide-tooth comb eases out tangles without distributing oils and weighing hair down.

    Diane rake comb, $6,

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    Curly hair 

    Manage your wound-up mane with a double-toothed comb. The two rows keep curly locks from retangling and smooth everything out. 

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    Flat hair

    A round brush and a blowdryer are all you need to max out your mane. Serious, bouncy volume *can* be yours.

    Ceramic and ion hairbrush, $20,

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    Seriously tangled

    if your hair is birds' nest-like, you need a specifically crafted detangling brush. It's made to keep hair from breaking while you wrestle through the mess.

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by Alexa Matthews | 2/1/2016