You might think that the type of hairbrush you use doesn’t make much of a difference to your hair, but you are wrong. You shouldn’t be picking a hairbrush because it looks cute (cause let’s accept it, we’ve all done that). No!

Picking the right hairbrush can do wonders to the health of your mane and make it easier to detangle and comb it. Whether you have thick or fine hair, this guide will help you pick the right hairbrush for your hair type. Take a look…

 

Thick hair

Thick hair

If you have voluminous and thick hair that every one’s seemingly jealous of, you need to maintain your luscious mane with the right brush. Knotty, easily tangled hair is probably your biggest problem, so get a brush that detangles with care. A paddle brush with nylon bristles can do the job. The bristles are wide-spaced which makes it easier to glide through the thick strands without breaking your hair. Plus, it helps add shine and enhance the natural texture of your hair.

 

Medium hair

Medium hair

Blessed with hair that is neither too fine nor too thick? You’ve got the best of both worlds. However, picking a hairbrush for your medium hair is more perplexing. You don’t need tons of volume and nor are you looking for detangling brushes. In this case, go with a mixed bristle round hairbrush. It is a combo brush (just like your hair) that has nylon and boar bristles. It gives you just the volume you need and tangles your hair like a dream. Also, it makes DIY blowout so much easier.

 

Thin hair

Thin hair

Girls with thin hair crave voluminous hair and how! Well, it doesn’t have to be such a task, especially if you use the right hairbrush. A cushion or round brush is your saviour. Pick any of these hairbrushes with natural or boar bristles. It helps add volume to your fine hair and makes it appear bouncy and fuller.