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Since we’re already talking about tools, why not put the Denman brush on the chopping block? It’s got a reputation for being one of the best tools on the market for detangling, distributing product, and achieving curl definition. But it’s also known for ripping your hair out, causing split ends, and being excessively expensive with its $10-20 price tag.
My experiences with the Denman brush (and it’s knock offs) have been overwhelmingly positive. Before I moved on to a paddle brush, it was my favorite detangling tool and a regular in my routine since I went natural. But once my hair grew past a TWA*, I couldn’t use it straight out the box. I had to removed every other row of teeth to lower the risk of me tearing my hair out because I’m impatient.
Do you love the Denman Brush or any of it’s knock offs? Hate them? Tell me in the comments!
*I switched to a Goody knock off because I had the mini Denman. Once I was out of TWA Land it was too small to detangle my hair effectively and I couldn’t justify the cost of the larger version (I’m not paying $15+ for a brush!). Especially since Goody’s is pretty much identical to it in terms of construction and performance.