When I was a little girl, detangling my hair was like something straight out of a horror movie. Picture me kicking and screaming while my mom diligently sprayed my hair with detangling mist in the vain hopes it would help the brush get through my curls. Unsurprisingly, I ended up with a giant knot in the back that ended up needing to be chopped off by a hairstylist. It was not a fun experience, but it taught me the importance of investing in a detangling brush that can handle anything I throw at it.
Effective detangling is the only way to make sure that unwanted knots don’t live on our scalps forever, that the products we put in our hair saturate the strands, and that any styling we do is easy and doesn’t damage our hair. Wet hair, in particular, is very fragile, which means you need a gentler brush that doesn’t just rip hairs out at the root. There are a ton of great detangling brushes on the market, but the question is, which one is right for you? Depending on your hair type, goals, and sensitivity, you might need something different. Below, find 10 incredible detangling brushes that can take care of every hair issue that arises and leave you with smooth, silky, tangle-free strands.
Best For Every Hair Type:
Tangle Teezer The Ultimate Detangler
Best For Thick Hair:
Denman Tangle Tamer
Best For Damaged Hair:
Christophe Robin Detangling Brush
Best For Curly Hair:
Framar Detangling Brush
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Best For All Hair Types
The Ultimate Detangler
If you’re new to the detangling brush sphere, this is a great tool for beginners. It works on all hair types, won’t pull too hard and cause breakage, and most importantly, is super effective. Plus, that pop of pink will look great in your bathroom.
Best For Curly Hair
This brush has super flexible bristles, which is a must-have for anyone with waves or curls. Instead of yanking the hair out of a knot, it’ll glide through strands without too much pulling. Plus, it works quickly so you don’t have to spend hours detangling now.
Best For Eco-Friendly Styling
Go Green Hair Detangler
If you’re trying to ditch plastic brushes, this is a must-have. It’s made of biodegradable plant starch that will break down in around five years, instead of existing forever in a landfill. Plus, it works excellently at eliminating knots and tangles for most hair types.
Best For Sensitive Scalps
Glide Thru Detangling Brush
Gliding instead of pulling might seem it’s too good to be true, but take it up with their 33,000 five-star reviews. This is the best brush for anyone who usually can’t take the pain of a pulling hair brush. It’s even sensitive enough to use on kids, too.
Best For An Investment
Hair enthusiasts know that you can’t go wrong with a Mason Pearson hair brush. These babies cost a pretty penny, but there’s good reason for that. They’re all handmade, gorgeous, and created with the best materials for effective detangling.
Best For Type 4 Hair
Tangle Buster Brush
For tighter coils, this brush balances out being gentle with being effective. The rows of bristles are flexible and not attached at the top, meaning they can glide along hair strands instead of yanking and causing brittleness or damage.
Best For Damaged Hair
Boar bristle brushes are revered for their ability to distribute oil from the scalp to the ends of the hair. But for anyone with damaged strands, boar bristle brushes can also strengthen the hair with continued use.
Best For Thick Hair
If your hair is thick or long, you know that detangling can seem like it takes years. This paddle brush is big enough to detangle your whole head in just a few swipes, without breaking off your ends or pulling at your scalp.
Best For Quick Detangling
The Super Lemon Drop Daily Detangler
If you just need a quick detangle, sans muss or fuss, this easy paddle brush from Drybar has got you covered. The bristles are gentle and flexible which means they won’t hurt your hair, but they’ll eviscerate knots in record speed.
Best For Curl Definition
Detangling doesn’t just have to be a chore, it can also be part of your styling routine. This brush was created by Tracee Ellis Ross to give some volume and definition to curly hair, while also distributing product and handling any tangles.
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