The Wet Brush

The Wet Brush // Belle Belle Beauty

I’ve always heard combs are best for wet hair, especially my fine, long locks prone to breakage. Literally, since high school, I’ve been vigilant about combing, not brushing post-shower. Once again, the industry I love – beauty – is shaking up my routine with their latest and greatest.

I’ve heard rumblings about the Wet Brush. And I’ve spotted it on visits to the Dry bar where I loved the way it glided through my hair. After hearing it wouldn’t damage and was actually good for my strands, I had to make one mine. Now, with the purple shade in my hot little hands, I’m firmly on the bandwagon. This isn’t just any brush – the fine bristles efficiently and gently move through my wet strands, detangling and prepping hair with ease.

The Wet Brush can be used on dry hair as well and feels insanely good. This brush will reign supreme in my book for dry hair styling, but the Wet Brush’s bristles massage and stimulate the scalp. This promotes blood flow to the cuticle and stimulates hair growth. Put this on your drugstore shopping list or pick one up at, and Sally Beauty Supply.

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  1. Ooooh, I am so intrigued by this brush! Never heard of it. But as a fellow long-haired gal, I’m always looking for new and improved tools. Definitely need to check this out.

    Published 3.18.13
    • Lindsay wrote:

      I think your hair would work great with the Wet Brush! I find it so much more efficient than a comb. Can’t wait to hear what you think!

      Published 3.19.13