What Are the Best Hairbrushes for Fine Hair?

If you have fine hair, you understand the dilemma of finding the perfect brush. What are the best hairbrushes for fine hair, anyway?

Mason Pearson Boar Bristle

Synthetic or plastic brushes won’t grip your fine strands and blow drying (assuming you blow dry) can take a long time with natural bristle brushes. A brush that has both natural and synthetic bristles is the best bet for your fine hair. The synthetic bristles will effectively separate your hair to decrease drying time and the natural bristles will decrease static and distribute your natural oils, keeping it shiny and healthy.

A quality hairbrush is an investment for people with fine hair! Not only will it last for many years, but it will cause less damage to the hair and give you more satisfying result. A round brush can be used for both short and long hair, but long hair should use a large round brush. A round brush will give your hair much more volume and bounce, which is what we need! Whether you prefer a round or paddle brush, look for a brush with bristles that are close together so it doesn’t “drop” your hair while you are trying to style it…… and expect to pay upward of $10.

Below, you will find a list of the best hairbrushes for fine hair. Yes, they are expensive, but very much worth the investment!

  1. Monroe Latina Envy Brush $16 – $39
  2. Phillips MonsterVent Brush  $12 – $18
  3. Mason Pearson Junior Bristle & Nylon Brush $88 – $140
  4. SPI Thermal Nylon & Boar Barrel Round Brush  $12

A great style for fine hair starts with the right haircut, of course, but the brush comes in a close second! As always, when combined with the right hair products,  your fine or thin hair can have body, weight, shine and bounce!

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