The Denman Brush is famous among curlies, precisely because it is suitable for curly hair. The brush promises to easily get your hair out of tangle without breaking or frizz, giving your hair nice curl definition and extra volume. What makes the Denman brush special is that you can adjust it. You can remove rows, allowing you to tailor the brush to your hair and needs.

Denman brush

Before you put the first Denman Brush in your shopping cart, it is good to know that there is not just one type of brush. On the contrary: there are many different types of Denman brushes. A Denman Brush has various categories that suit different hair types and needs of your hair. The brushes in the “Original Styler” collection are the most commonly used. The type of Denman Brush that is suitable for curls is a type D “Original Styler” brush. When determining which brush you need, you mainly look at the number of rows and pins on the brush. In general, the more pins there are in the brush, the finer you brush your hair. Many women have adapted the Denman Brush in such a way that there are alternating rows. In this article we discuss four types of “Original Stylers”, so that you can see which Denman brush best suits your curls.

To make sure you get the most out of the Denman Brush, we would like to share a few more tips. Always use the Denman Brush on wet hair, preferably after you have applied a detangling conditioner with slip. Take it slowly to avoid pulling out unnecessary hair.