Choosing The Right Brush

A lot of people wonder which brush is “right” for them but the answer is really up to you. You make the decision if a specific brush is good for you, because everyone has a different liking to a particular brush. When you go out and buy your brush, I want you to consider what’s needed. A lot of people think one brush will do but they usually find themselves going to buy more anyway. The truth is, different brushes do different things. You’re going to need a soft brush for when your hair is lower and can’t take the bristles of a harder one. This also helps in connection of the waves.

Understanding Different Types Of Brushes I

Now there is a big question mark when people approach medium brushes and that’s because a lot of people don’t know its purpose. The mediums are for fresh haircuts and until your hair is back to the wolfing (letting your hair grow for better depth and connection) stage, it’s good to also use it during the wolfing stage as it turns into your “soft brush.” It will help the connection and help lay your hair down. When your hair is low it plays the role of a hard brush while playing the role of a soft brush when your hair gets thick.
Understanding Different Types Of Brushes II

When buying a hard brush, be honest with yourself. You don’t want the hardness of the bristles to scratch your scalp but you do want it hard enough for when your hair is in its rough stages (to ensure it gets to the root of your hair.) For wolfing it’s a must use because the goal is to increase depth and only the hard brush can do that in this stage. The brand of the brush is not a big deal. It’s okay if its not a Diane but like everything else, you get what you pay for. I hope this has helped anyone who is new in the wave game or just wasn’t sure.

Understanding Different Types Of Brushes II

When buying a hard brush, be honest with yourself. You don’t want the hardness of the bristles to scratch your scalp but you do want it hard enough for when your hair is in its rough stages (to ensure it gets to the root of your hair.) For wolfing it’s a must use because the goal is to increase depth and only the hard brush can do that in this stage. The brand of the brush is not a big deal. It’s okay if its not a Diane but like everything else, you get what you pay for. I hope this has helped anyone who is new in the wave game or just wasn’t sure.

 

Which brush do you think would work best for you?

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