What is a wet brush for?
A wet brush has soft bristles that effectively massage the scalp and increase blood circulation. The brush is often shaped to fit snugly in the palm of your hand. Can help make hair healthier, longer and, shinier than a regular hair brush can.
What makes a wet brush different?
Normal paddle brushes typically tug hair because of their thick, stiff bristles that easily get stuck in the knots. But the Wet Brush's thin, perfectly-spaced IntelliFlex bristles are extra bendy and designed so that they're firm enough to get through the tough spots, but soft enough not to rip the hair.
Why is a wet brush better?
The Wet Brush helps prevent tugging, pulling, ripping, and damage that can cause split ends, breakage, and hair loss. Just start brushing from the ends of your hair and work your way up! ... The Wet Brush is so comfortable it's designed for use on sensitive scalps as well.
Are wet brushes good for wet hair?
Is the wet brush good for your hair? Yes, it is able to detangle and comb through wet hair without causing damage. Wet hair is more susceptible to being damaged than dry hair. The wet brush can benefit all hair types, it can also be used on extensions and wigs due to it's soft, flexible bristles.
How do you clean a wet brush?
Holding the handle, swirl the head of the brush around in a bowl of warm water. Next, put a few drops of gentle shampoo on the bristles of a toothbrush and use the toothbrush to scrub the bristles and base of the hairbrush. Rinse the brush by swirling it around in the bowl of clean water.
How do you deep clean a wet brush?
Directions: Start by mixing the water, shampoo, and baking soda in the bowl. Place your brush(es) in the bowl and allow them to soak for 20 minutes or so. Then use your toothbrush to scrub the base and bristles for a few minutes to cut through any remaining gunk.