Have Curly Hair? This Is the Brush You Should Use



After a conversation with Giselle, our curly-haired copy editor, about the trials and tribulations she’s been through with her strands, I felt inspired. She talked about how she consistently wears a slicked-back bun because she doesn’t know the proper way to brush, blow-dry, and style her textured hair. That’s exactly what I’m here for, I thought as I quickly pitched the idea. Come to think of it, I didn’t know if I was using the correct brushes for my curls either.

And I’m guessing you’re a bit unsure too (you clicked this article for a reason, right?). In an effort to make us all curl experts and improve the health of our hair in the process, I spoke with a slew of hairstylists on that very subject. First, you’ll have to identify if your hair is fine or thick, and then you’ll need to take a look at our graphic to find which curl type most closely matches yours. Basically, this the is the choose your own adventure part of the program. Keep scrolling to begin.

This post was originally published at an earlier date and has since been updated.

FYI: These are the only deep-conditioning masks your curly hair needs.