Sunday, 7 August 2016

Lucinda Ellery Reviews—Fine Hair Brush Selection

Choosing the right brush for your hair type can make all the difference between having flat, dull, lifeless hair at the end of the day and looking good all the time. Take a look at this three ideal brushes for fine thin hair and why you should use them:

Porcupine brush

Unlike their animal namesake, a porcupine brush won’t tear your hair. The bristles of a porcupine brush are tufted and made from a combination of boar and nylon bristles. This is an ideal brush for fine hair because it’s gentle and doesn’t stress the hair.

Boar brush

Boar bristles are flexible, soft, and rub hair the right way. Brushing with boar bristles protects the cuticle and makes hair shiny.

Round brush with metal barrel

This type of brush directs hair from the head and invites warm air to reach the roots, which can be beneficial to fine, thin hair. Plus, it also helps reduce blow-drying time because of the metal barrel’s ability to retain heat.

If you would like to know more tips on selecting the right fine hair brushes, visit other Lucinda Ellery reviews online.


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