tell you, this isn't just any hair brush – it's a Mason Pearson, $126! So why is it so fabulous? It's every stylists absolute must-have and has a strict cult following because of it's mixed boar and nylon bristles. Handcrafted in England, they prevent breakage and damage when brushing....

You don't have to spend a load of cash, or leave your house for that matter, to get gorgeous highlights in your hair. In fact, salon highlights damage your hair and are quite the investment, given that you have to clean up your roots every few months. The following 5 ways to lighten hair...

Whether your hair is curly, straight, long or short, the below products we spotted on Real Simple can help you tame it. John Frieda Salon Shape Air Brush: This handy tool is nice because it combines a bunch of styling tools in one. Air flows through vents in the brush so you can dry and...

We know the whole hair washing thing is important to do on the regular... but how regular is still up for debate. Much like washing your face or brushing your teeth, washing your hair is something you just do. You don't think about it or talk about it, it's just part of your everyday beauty...

In theory, a hair brush should be a simple thing: You take something with bristles and you run it through your hair to detangle. And while it can occasionally be as clear cut as that, most stylists say that the best way to maximize your style is to use a brush that's right for your hair type....

Creatures of Comfort sells $275 hair brush accessories. Photo: Courtesy of Creatures of Comfort It seems that glossy, long hair is becoming a kind of trend, and we're not talking about the hair on your head. Perhaps this is something for which we can thank Lady Gaga and her many tendriled...

Imagine a brush that dried your hair for you as you brushed it. Nifty? Or terribly unusual? P.S. Trashy beach read recs after the jump! The Goody Microfiber Brush is a $13 brush that contains absorbent microfiber between the bristles of the brush which promise to remove 30% of water...

if I make the mistake of choosing the wrong brush, I'll not only wind up wasting money, but will also cause permanent damage to my hair. While it's true that certain brushes are ideal for creating voluminous blowouts, while others can add shine and sleekness to straight locks, in general...

day of your life, BUT do you remember the last time that you cleaned it? Every time you use your brush it comes in contact with greasy hair follicles, dust particles, as well as any product you use in your hair. Over time, all this dirt and grime builds up and gets spread throughout your hair...

– beyond just pulling out the stray hairs embedded into your brush. Did you know your hair brush traps dust, conditioner, oil, hair product (like dry shampoo) and other germs that you don't want to think about? Just think, the dirtier your hair gets between washes, that dirt then gets...

 

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