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hairbrush
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Whatevers there.....mainly a hair brush :woo:
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A comb
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Neither, I just use my fingers. :erm:
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Brush. I don't have enough money to be able to afford breaking a comb every time I need to comb my hair.
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toothbrush..how unique I am:smug:
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hairbrush
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Wide toothed Comb. Heard some brushes can damage your hair
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Comb, a brush makes my hair a frizzy mess.
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both- comb when my hair is wet and brush when its not. Saying that i never really brush my hair between washes because it just turns my curls into a frizzy mess.
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(Original post by SoftPunch)
Wow, your hair are probs even longer than mine a bit.
Yes, I think it definitely would be - for example my hair are sorta strong and quite thick and I have a few of them - I cannot imagine not using a hairbrush. If I used a comb I'd still have clots in my hair etc. I think comb is only handy when your hair are already brushed (with a brush) so you can easily swipe the comb through without it getting stuck in your hair.
What's the best kind of brush ?? There are so many kinds of brushes. I've tried a round brush (the kind that has spikes all around) before and didn't really like it. My hair just gets tangled up.
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What's the best kind of brush ?? There are so many kinds of brushes. I've tried a round brush (the kind that has spikes all around) before and didn't really like it. My hair just gets tangled up.
Ever tried the rectangular based ones?
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I'm using a hairbrush. I can't remember when I used a comb for the last time.
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Have curls so mostly a comb. Only use a brush when I have a deep conditioner in.


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Comb when wet. My hair's too thick/frizzy for a brush, they just get stuck.
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I would use a comb, if I intend to make a parting in my hair. That works better with a comb than a hairbrush.
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I prefer a rake, personally.
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