The Least Damaging Hair Brushes You Need
Haircare is not one-size-fits-all, nor should it be. This is because everyone has a different hair type, whether it’s in terms of texture (thin, thick, curly, straight, wavy…) or in terms of condition or concerns (damaged, color-treated, chemically straightened, frizzy, oily, brittle, dull…). The secret to having the best hair of your life is figuring out what your hair type is because this is key to finding the right products for you, from shampoos to conditioners, to hair masks, to even hairbrushes! Yes, you read that right: your hairbrush affects your hair’s appearance and health… and using the wrong type of brush can be the main cause of damage to your hair!
When it comes to hair washing products, for example, there’s a different AYAM Shampoo and Conditioner for different hair types and concerns, like the Dead Sea Minerals + Caviar Shampoo and Conditioner which is meant for damaged, dry hair, or the Dead Sea Minerals + Argan Oil Shampoo and Conditioner which is designed for frizzy hair. The Dead Sea Minerals + Vitamin B5 Shampoo and Conditioner set is meant for hair that needs that special deep clean, which is good for all hair types. There are some products that work well on all hair types, like the ones we just mentioned, but every head of hair is different and you might have to try a few different products before you find the best one for you.
However, you could be using the best shampoo and conditioner combo in the world and still feel like your hair is damaged. The craziest thing is that the damage doesn’t come from your shampoo and conditioner (especially if you’ve been using the AYAM Dead Sea Minerals + Caviar Shampoo followed by the Dead Sea Minerals + Caviar Conditioner), instead, it’s extremely likely that you’re brushing your hair wrong after washing. There are different techniques for brushing your hair that affect its growth and health, but the type of brush is what will make or break your hair.
Heres everything you need to know about different types of hairbrushes:
First, make sure that you’re using a good detangling brush that won’t tug or pull on your wet hair when you’re fresh out of the shower, like a wide-toothed comb. If you have frizzy hair, then go for a cushion brush that works against static and leaves you with super-smooth locks. If you have super thick hair and spend ages detangling, then you should try switching your current brush to a nylon paddle brush instead. Those that have hair on the finer side or that have naturally straight hair should be using a natural bristle brush, that will leave your hair shiny without harming your hair strands.
So there you have it, an easy AYAM guide to the best hair brushes for your hair type! Now you can confidently be on your way to dreamy, healthy hair by using the best shampoos, conditioners, and hairbrushes in your routine. Head to our blog if you want to read more about hairbrushes and correct hair brushing techniques!