Fine hair is characterized as that type of hair that lacks body or is limp. Because of this, fine hair doesn’t hold a hairstyle really well, particularly if there’s humidity. On the other hand, fine hair can also be smooth and shiny! We have rounded up the best brushes for fine hair to use for detangling, blow drying, adding volume or curling.
Some of the best brushes for fine hair are quite innovative and include special technologies: ionic to eliminate static frizz and detangling to prevent hair breakage and eliminate unnecessary strain.
We have included our 3 favorite brushes below. We provide a detailed review and comparison further below in the article.
It should provide gentle care even as it helps you add lift, volume, and body to your hair. Look for a brush that does not cause static and frizzes. That does not cause tangles. That glides through hair easily to prevent snagging.
When your hair is naturally delicate, the last thing you want to is to pull and break the strands. Generally speaking, the best brushes for fine hair are those with soft to medium bristles.
Best Round Brushes for Fine Hair:
These brushes feature bristles made of actual hair of a boar. Boar bristles are soft and flexible, so they don’t cause any tears or damage. They also seal off the cuticle of your hair and make your hair shiny. Because they are naturally weak, boar brushes are often mixed with nylon bristles to strengthen its hold on the hair.
This type of brush features a cushion rubber base with either natural or synthetic bristles. The rubber base prevents unwanted static that is typically created during brushing, making cushion brush a great styling tool for fine hair. It gently stimulates the scalp and doesn’t pull on your hair. Cushion brushes are best for medium-length to long hair.
No, porcupine brushes don’t have barbs, and they won’t tear your hair. Rather, they refer to brushes with tufted bristle. They are characterized by a unique combination of boar and nylon bristles: one stiff nylon bristle in the middle of each tuft of boar bristles.
The nylon bristles are also extended for deep penetrability. This design is great for controlling fine hair, as well as for damp, thick hair. Porcupine brushes are considered some of the best brushes for fine hair because they are gentle and yet exert a strong hold on the hair.
The reason this is considered one of the best brushes for fine hair styling is that it directs hair away from the head, allowing warm air (from a blow dryer) to be concentrated on the roots. The metal barrel retains heat and helps reduce blow-drying time, which causes frizz. Rounded metal brushes are available in various sizes. Bigger brushes (e.g. 3.5” inches in diameter) are ideal for women with long hair. Smaller brushes measuring 1” to 1 ½ brushes are optimal for shorter hair.
The best round brushes for fine hair listed above are available in many retail stores, hair salons, and beauty supply shops.
Best hot air brushes for fine hair
Hot air brush stylers are a quick and easy way of adding volume while drying fine hair. I’ve used my Babyliss hot air brush for years and I still take it with me everywhere I go: on holidays and business trips, it’s really a life saver! I can style my hair 10′ or less and I always get compliments – the hair is straightened yet volumized, you can really see the layers of the haircut and it doesn’t give that flat, common straight look normally achieved with straighteners.
Best hot curling brush for fine hair
Calista Tools Ionic Round Hot Brush with its dual ceramic and ionic technology infuses hair with body and shine. it is easy to use and versatile – it curls, volumizes, adds volume and smoothes frizz. It comes in 2 barrel sizes 1” for short and 11/2′ for longer hair and an outstanding lifetime warranty from the manufacturer.
Which is your favorite styling trick for taming fine hair and adding volume?