I looked at the whole thing but she said a plastic brush with these smooth balls on the top.... I guess the Denman brush should be ok....and she said you can use a rat tail come to smooth the hair as well....
Did anyone see how her hair looked after "smoothing" it with the rattail comb? It looks like she just did it with her hands. When I wear a puff, bun, or ponytail I like my hair to be smooth and wavy, not puffy....I'm going to have to stick with my boar hair brush.
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Join date : 2009-10-25
Age : 34
Location : Houston, TX
plastic brushes with little balls at the the ends of the bristles, snag and rip out my hair. i have used natural boar hair brushes all my life without issue, but i only use it turned slightly on its side to gently smooth the very edge of my hair.
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Join date : 2009-11-10
Age : 30
Location : Seattle/Olympia, Wa
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