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Best Detangling Brushes and Combs That Won't Harm Your Natural Hair

You should not be working on your locks for an entire day. Investing in proper tools is crucial in tackling snarls.

Karen Cruz
Karen Cruz

If detangling your hair is a tough job for you, you might have not discovered yet our secret weapons. I totally understand how it feels when your hair gets so tangled that working through those snarls will just make you cry. It is either you consider a major haircut or deal with it for hours. You should not be working on your locks for an entire day. Investing in proper tools is crucial in tackling snarls. Our secret weapons? These stylist-approved detangling hairbrushes and combs that can help you get through the process of detangling your tresses with minimal pain. These tools won't damage your natural hair too. Keep scrolling to pick your weapon.

Wet Brush Pro Flex Dry, Ombre

Can we all stop and appreciate how pretty this brush is? And this tool is more than just a beautiful design. This brush lets your hair to dry easily while you are detangling a section of your hair. Make sure your hair is wet or damp before starting the process.

Denman Long Styler 5 Row

Denman Brush is one of the best tools in the market for detangling your tresses. This brush comes with five rows of bristles that all stick out into different directions. It helps to separate, define, and shape your hair. This tool is also known for being durable.

Felicia Leatherwood Pink Detangler Brush

This lovely detangler brush by Felicia leatherwood is perfect for kinky, curly, wavy, and even straight hair. This brush lets you cover more area during detangling. It has a wide handle for a comfortable grip when your arms start to hurt from keeping them in the air for minutes. Felicia Leatherwood Pink Detangler Brush is bonded on three sides for an easier movement through hair and prevent breakage.

Tangle Teezer Wet Detangler Millennial Pink

A beautiful brush with 325 teeth, Tangle Teezer Wet Detangler is sure to help you break up any tangles and knots. This tool is great for detangling pre-shampoo without tugging or pulling your hair. Also, you can use this brush for applying and spreading products through your hair like hair masques and conditioner.

Milk + Sass Macaron Detangling Hair Brush

Aren't these so cute? I want to collect them all! Milk + Sass Macaron Detangling Hair Brushes are sooo adorable, colorful, and smaller-sized that you can bring on the go. These brushes have many detangling bristles that can help you brush through without breaking your hair. And as I mentioned, these cuties are small enough to fit into your bags so you can bring them to your travels. Plus, these macaron brushes come with a mirror to help you check if the finished product is great.

Drybar Super Lemon Drop and Lemon Bar Paddle Detangling Hair Brush

Drybar has two super amazing detangling brushes or your natural hair. The Super Lemon Drop can be used as your daily brush for detangling wet or dry hair. The Lemon Bar Paddle brush can detangle your hair too, but it can also be used as an aid to blowing hair out to a sleek finish. The brushes have flexible bristles that allow a smooth glide through your locks.

Tangle Teezer Thick and Curly Detangling Hairbrush

Another Tangle Teezer hair brush with longer teeth than other brushes. These longer teeth help with detangling more easily and quickly. Also, this thick and curly detangling brush fits perfectly into the palm so you do not have to worry about getting tired and cramping hands by using a regular hair brush with a handle,

Detangling your locks using your fingers also work well. Using your fingers let you to be more gentle on your hair while dealing with the knots. Brushes are better at rifling through your hair than your fingers. You can also finger comb your hair first, then finish detangling it with any of the detangling brushes we just shared.

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