Is the number of hair brush sets and combs you can have in your salon limited? It would be best if you had one for each purpose: wet hair, hair detangling, natural hair, curly hair, and wig hair. If it looks like there is no end to how many hair brushes and combs you need, relax: remind yourself of the basics of salon brushes, and you will be relieved to learn that there is light at the end of the tunnel.
For pain-free detangling of thick or curly hair, you need a gentle detangling brush, for example, the Tangle Tonic, which comes in lovely pastel colours. Detangling brushes have flexible heads and bristles, often two or more, to help keep messy after-shampoo hair in order.
Bristle hair brushes are from human-made or natural hair. They are made not only to detangle but also keep fine hair in place. Unlike detangling brushes, bristle brushes are used on dry hair and require regular cleaning to remove scalp sebum and hair residue.
Difficult tangles and knots sometimes require wide-toothed combing. You can also use the same hair accessory for hair sectioning while colouring, braiding, and blow drying. Many barber combs are wide-toothed because they work on the sensitive face area.
You will need more than one paddle brush in your hair salon. It is a multi-purpose beauty tool for calming and soothing all types of hair, short, medium, and long. It will remove flyaways and frizz and is well worth the money because you’ll use it for all hairstyles.
A good hair dye brush will serve you for many years to come. Choose several variations with different widths to create highlights and bleach foils on larger and smaller hair sections.