If You’re Not Using This Type of Brush, You’re Making Your Fine Hair Flatter
Fine-hair types know that they want to avoid anything that weighs down their hair or makes it seem flat. “Fine hair gets tangled quickly and easily, and that is where a lot of breakage happens,” says Laura Polko, T3 brand ambassador and celebrity stylist. “It is a bit more fragile since it is a thinner strand, and it cannot withstand the same heat, chemicals, and environmental factors as thicker hair.”
That means you want to be using the right products and tools to care for your delicate strands. And when it comes to the latter, you especially want to make sure you have a brush on hand that is gentle enough on the hair but also able to detangle and style. It might seem like a tall order, but I asked some hairstylists for their tips, which they shared below.