Do you know the type of hairbrush to use for your ace frontal bob? A lot of people have no idea of what hairbrush to use for their hair. When it comes to makeup, you are only as good as the brushes you use. This is why people spend a lot of money buying different brush sets. The same applies to hair.
The truth is, a lot of people don’t consider the type of hairbrush they use. When was the last time you changed your hairbrush or even noticed it was damaged? People feel that, because they have got this pretty lace frontal bob on or any other type of hair, any hairbrush will do. But that’s almost never the case.
We should pay the same amount of attention to our hairbrushes the way we pay attention to curlers and straighteners. The right hairbrush can do a lot of wonders for your lace frontal bob. However, it’s often overlooked. Not all hairbrushes have the same effect, and you’d find out why shortly.
Here are the different types of hairbrushes and what they do
Different types of Lace Frontal Bob hairbrush
1. Paddle hairbrush
This hairbrush right here is a lifesaver, but a lot of people often overlook this hairbrush for reasons best known to them. It works on all hair types, whether natural hair, synthetic weave, or human hair extension.
Do you have that wig that has detangled beyond measure? All you need is a paddle hairbrush and leave-in conditioner. A paddle hairbrush is great for detangling your lace frontal bob with ease and comfort. Its wide, flat, and rectangular surface allows it to move with great control. Also, it evens out wavy and curly hair easily without breaking the natural pattern.
Note that paddle brushes have different types of bristles. If you have thick hair, you should consider going for a paddle brush with thick bristles.
2. Wide-toothed comb
This can be used on all hair types and is great for detangling wet hair. Its wide teeth help it to sink into wet and ruffled hair and straighten it. This is super important because wet hair is more likely to break than dry hair.
If you don’t have a wide-toothed comb, you’re missing out on a whole lot. These combs are your go-to when you want to do leave-in hair treatments. This helps the treatments to sink in better.
If you often shower at night, use a wide-toothed comb to run through your hair and pack it neatly so that it doesn’t get tangled in the morning.
3. Round hairbrush
This can be used on all hair types, but mostly used for medium to thick hair because of its hard bristles. The round hairbrush is great for blowouts.
If you have a round hairbrush at home (and have the time and energy), you could freshly blow out your hair without going to the salon. These brushes consist of metallic barrels that heat up when used with a blow dryer
When you use a round brush, it reduces frizz and gives your lace frontal bob the right amount of bounce. This is why it’s recommended for people that have very thick and tangled hair. If your hair is fine and normal, you shouldn’t use a round hairbrush because it may cause severe heat damage.