Growing up, I relied on Denman hairbrushes. It wasn't a decision I arrived at after much deliberation. My sister used to buy them, so I did too. The oldest hairbrush I have that's still functional is one I'd bought about eight years back, the Denman Classic Noir Styling Brush D3BW, which is a black and white version of the original D3 classic styling brush with 7 rows of nylon pins.
|Denman Classic Noir Styling Brush D3BW|
It's a perfectly good all-purpose hairbrush that you can also use to style the hair with heat. But admittedly, it's a bit small for my needs. It may be better suited to shorter hairstyles (like a bob) and the curve makes it great for rounding those bottoms perfectly.
I buy new brushes and combs periodically but never armed with the research I had when I placed my order with Folica (all the brushes featured here, except for the Chi, are available on their website). I bought a bunch of brushes and after going through some of them, I thought it would be good to outline my thoughts on each one. So here are a few things I've learned along the way in this hair experiment, and a few hairbrushes you may want to consider getting next time.