Detangling hair can be a time consuming, painful process that often leads to damage and hair breakage. With the right tool however, you can make hair brushing a happy process that helps give you the thick, gorgeous hair of your dreams. What’s the secret? Beauty professionals first started singing the praises of the flexible hair brush. And now, everyone can enjoy this secret weapon against tangles.

Imagine, finally getting through detangling your hair, with effortless ease — and not ending up with a pile of broken hairs. The secret is in the brush’s flexible construction, which moves with your hair rather than pulling, ripping or breaking it.

What’s the Best Way to Detangle My Hair?

The golden rule when detangling hair is simple: easy-does-it beats brute force every time. A common myth is that hair is too vulnerable when wet to be detangled. But it’s simply not the case. One of the easiest ways to detangle hair is when you’re washing it. A quality conditioner will soak into hair, softening it and making it more manageable. Detangle small sections of hair and the process will go much quicker than if you tried to take on large sections.


How Do You Detangle Dry Hair?

Your hair is horribly tangled, but there’s no time to hop in the shower and do a full wash, what do you do? Don’t worry, there’s still safe ways to detangle your hair. This is when your flexible detangling brush will be your best friend, working gently to detangle even the driest of dry hair. Make things even easier by adding a bit of detangling spray or leave-in conditioner. Remember to use these products primarily on the lower two thirds of your hair to prevent limp locks.


What If I Have Curly or Coarse hair?

The good news is, most of the rules that apply to fine hair also apply to thicker hair. Use conditioner and begin the untangling in the shower. Take your time and carefully dry your hair in sections. Sometimes when it comes to thick curly hair you can begin by simply using your fingers. Gently run them through your hair before you begin to brush or comb your hair. Always work in small sections and take your time. Working your way from the bottom two thirds and moving upward from there.

If you discover that you’ve got a particularly stubborn knot, hit that tough spot with a little leave in conditioner. Then gently pull it apart with your fingers and make the job easier with a flexible detangling brush.


How Do You Prevent Hair Tangles?

  • There are ways to avoid too much tangling in the first place. Many of these are also good strategies for keeping hair healthy and full of lustre and voluminous body.
  • When you get out of the shower don’t vigorously rub the towel through your hair like you normally do to dry it. It’s better to use a microfiber towel or even a soft T-shirt to gently press on sections of your hair to remove the excess water. You can even squeeze clusters of your hair to remove most of the moisture.
  • Use a high-quality flexible detangling brush at least once a day. This will help distribute nourishing natural hair oils that strengthen hair, helping it to grow long.
  • Utilize the power of satin to protect your hair. You can use a satin pillowcase and a satin-lined shower cap to protect hair from harsh surfaces that can cause friction and breakage.


How Can I Avoid Hair Breakage?

Getting a flexible hairbrush is a great first step to healthier hair. There’s further ways to protect your hair from breakage. Remember to:

Be proactive about split ends. Try using a daily split end sealer. Also add in a leave-in conditioner to help seal and smooth split ends after you detangle or in between showers. Visit your stylist for a trim every month or two to keep tangle-causing split ends at bay.

Make sure your hair is moisturized. The main reason you're suffering from hair breakage is because there simply isn’t enough moisture in your hair. This is especially important for curly hair because it's prone to becoming brittle.

Watch the use of heat. Flat irons and blow dryers dry your hair but they can also damage it. If you can use hair rollers or flexi rolls instead of these heat intense tools you’ll be better off. Try using low heat. It may take a little more time but the damage to your hair will be greatly reduced.

Applying conditioner first. Give your hair a little dose of moisture by applying conditioner before you wash it with shampoo. This will give you a little base before you clean your hair.

Check the ingredients of your shampoo. Use shampoos that don’t include sulfates. These can be harsh and take their toll on your hair by drying it out. When you use shampoo, focus on your scalp and not the length of the strands of hair. You don’t want an excess of buildup on your tresses. Focus on using shampoos that will cleanse your scalp but also moisturize your hair.


3 Benefits of Brushing Each Day

Cleanses Your Scalp. When you brush your hair every day the activity acts like a dry shampoo that cleanses your scalp and removes dirt from your locks. It also eradicates any toxic elements in your hair you picked up from the air.

Conditions Your Hair. Your hair and scalp have their own system to protect your hair from losing any natural sebum or oils. Brushing your hair helps distribute the sebum evenly through your hair. This activity moisturizes and keeps your hair looking healthy and shiny.

Prevents Hair Loss. Brushing your hair daily with the flexible hair brush not only increases blood flow to the scalp but also boosts nutrients for growth. Who doesn’t want their hair to look thick and luxurious? Brushing your hair daily stimulates the scalp to release natural oils and sebum that keep your hair smooth and silky. This keeps your hair nourished and prevents hair loss.

How Do I Detangle My Hair Extensions?


The flexible hair brush is especially great for hair extensions. It flows through your hair distributing essential natural oils and ensures that your hair won’t get tangled. Here are a few tips on hair care for your extensions:

  • Treat them like they are your natural hair. Use gentle shampoo and conditioner and most of all, be gentle!
  • Use sulfate-free shampoo. Sulfates and detergents make the shampoo foamy but these elements can damage your hair and make it more brittle.
  • Use conditioner: Conditioners return the natural shine and beauty to your extensions so they resemble your normal hair. Keeping that level of moisture will stop them from getting brittle and damaged.
  • Wash the extensions three times a week. Don’t wash them every day. Like your real hair, they can dry out and become damaged. A gentle wash and conditioning should be enough.
  • Dry your extensions carefully. Like your real hair, go gently. Pat them dry or let them dry naturally.

The flexible brush will contour to the shape of your head. It will massage your scalp which promotes the release of natural oils. This promotes hair growth, prevents breakage, and reduces static. If you have a sensitive scalp, curly hair, fine hair, thick hair, or extensions, the flexible brush is your solution. It’s perfect for detangling your hair and the most delicate of scalps.